77 Sunset Strip/The Kookie Caper

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The Kookie Caper
Season 2, Episode 2
Airdate October 9, 1959
Written by Maurita Pittman
Directed by Montgomery Pittman
Produced by Howie Horwitz
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The Kookie Caper is the second episode of the second season of 77 Sunset Strip, and the thirty-sixth episode overall.

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

with Louis Quinn (Roscoe)

Additional Cast: King Donovan (Leggs Carson), John Hubbard (Laroque), Mickey Simpson (Wilkes), Byron Keith (Lt. Roy Gilmore), Alexander Campbell (Silas Rocklin), Sherry Jackson (Carrie)

and Will Hutchins (Himself)

Contents

Plot Overview

Kookie tries to unravel the mystery surrounding a cute girl who stowed away in a car he parked. Is she a possible murder witness? Is she the runaway granddaughter of a millionaire? Whatever the case, thugs are after her, and Kookie runs himself ragged trying to hide her out.

Notes

It's a big plug for yet another Warner Bros. series airing on ABC...Carrie tells Kookie about the movie magazine she's reading, which says that Will Hutchins is single. When Kookie tells her he doesn't know who Hutchins is, she responds, "He's Sugarfoot, Silly...Tuesday nights at 9!" At the end of the episode, Carrie, now an aspiring actress, shows up at the restaurant with Hutchins, who looks at Kookie and says, "Man, I wish I had his comb!"

Arc Advancement

Happenings

Characters

Referbacks

Behind the Scenes

Allusions and References

Memorable Moments

Quotes