77 Sunset Strip/Lovely Lady, Pity Me

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Lovely Lady, Pity Me
Season 1, Episode 2
Airdate October 17, 1958
Teleplay by James O'Hanlon and
Douglas Heyes
Directed by Douglas Heyes
Produced by Howie Horwitz
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Lovely Lady, Pity Me is the second episode of the first season of 77 Sunset Strip.

Starring: Efrem Zimbalist, Jr. (Stuart Bailey), Roger Smith (Jeff Spencer), Edward Byrnes (Kookie)

Additional Cast: Kathleen Crowley (Ann), Jeanne Cooper (Jean Kingsley)

and Peter Breck (Charles Dixon), Jacqueline Beer (Suzanne Fabry), Barney Phillips (Coletti), John Dodsworth (Martin Melville), Irving Bacon (Apt. House Manager), Brad Weston (Motorcycle Policeman), Michael Carr (Policeman)


Plot Overview

A beautiful and beguiling blonde is in the lobby of Stu's office as he deals with a legman of his, who was using the position for a blackmail scheme. Stu pursues the woman, who left the office hurriedly after hearing him threaten the blackmailer, and winds up in a whirlwind romance with her. When the blackmailing operative is found dead in his office, he realizes that she's his alibi, as he was with her at the time of the murder, but she's conveniently made herself scarce.


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