The Detectives (1959)/The Streger Affair
|The Streger Affair|
|Season 1, Episode 1|
|Airdate||October 16, 1959|
|Written by||Palmer Thompson|
|Directed by||Arnold Laven|
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|The Detectives (1959) — Season One|
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The Streger Affair is the first episode of the first season of The Detectives (1959), and the first episode overall.
Guest Stars: Jean Hagen (Alice Streger), Frank Gorshin (Billy McGirth), Johnny Seven (Danny Falto), Ben Wright (Larson Colby), Paul Keast (Alfred Streger), Walter Burke (Wino), Arthur Kendall (Lab Man), Mike Harris (Police Operator), Leonard Bell (Used Car Dealer)
When a burglary goes terribly wrong, Captain Matt Holbrook is faced with a homicide. Apparently Alfred Streger was shot and killed by small-time crook Danny Falto. The ongoing investigation gives Matt a complicated murder puzzle to solve. The break comes when one of the burglars ends up in hospital with a twisted ankle. As it turns out, Falto tried to get rid of his accomplice as well, but that didn't work out. So, if Falto did kill Streger, why didn't he kill his accomplice? While the detectives work hard to find and catch the burglars, Matt Holbrook soon finds out that not everything is as it seems in this baffling murder case as he tries to solve an almost perfect crime...