Peter Gunn/Slight Touch of Homicide

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Slight Touch of Homicide
Season 2, Episode 28
Airdate April 11, 1960
Written by Tony Barrett and
Lewis Reed
Directed by Lamont Johnson
Produced by Blake Edwards
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Slight Touch of Homicide is the twenty-eighth episode of the second season of Peter Gunn, and the sixty-sixth episode overall.

Starring: Craig Stevens (Peter Gunn)

Co-Starring: Lola Albright (Edie Hart), Herschel Bernardi (Lieutenant Jacoby)

Additional Cast: Howard McNear (Barnaby), Lillian Bronson (Mrs. Barnaby), Terence de Marney (Sean), Paul Genge (Syndicate Boss), Marcel Hillaire (Pierre), Meg Wyllie (Maid), Rusty Lane (Arthur Wilkie), Edward Foster (Gangster), Martin Mason (Edgar)


Plot Overview

A gangster is killed in a car explosion, and rival mobsters hire Gunn to find the killer and throw suspicion off them. Eventually, two more bombs take out more gangsters, and Pete is led to an impish little man who watched the crooks get off scot-free when he served on the Grand Jury and is now doling out justice his way.


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