This was another solid entry in the M Squad series, one with a startling beginning and an action-packed ending and interesting throughout.
It involves bank robbers and a killer among them, thieves who don't trust thieves, thieves who use women to obtain information about banks, Frank getting his boss sore a couple of times because the main suspect (s) keep getting away, one lonely but pretty woman getting mixed up in the middle, and more.
Once again, one of the main characters is a very familiar face to television viewers of "the classic era" but not a name people know: Frank Maxwell. Frank plays "Larry Princeton," and he's a bad guy. Maxwell played on tons of TV shows up to the end of the 1970s.
The woman in the middle, "Ellen Thursby," is played by Helen Westcott, and she's good but there's another actress in this show whose face really struck me as a classic beauty. She was Bek Nelson as "Ruby Angel," but she only had one scene. Although her name probably isn't known, either, she played a fair amount of TV shows and was married to an actor you might have heard of: Don Gordon.
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