Coronado 9 (1960– )
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Alibi Bye 

Spoiled rich kid Chip Tyson runs down an elderly pedestrian and flees the scene for reasons bigger than just fear. He concocts an alibi and enlists an accomplice in his cover up. Dan Adams ... See full summary »

Director:

William Witney

Writer:

Ken Pettus (as Steven Thornley)
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Episode cast overview:
Rod Cameron ... Dan Adams
Robert Crosson ... Chip Tyson
Allison Daniell Allison Daniell ... Ellen (as Athalie Daniell)
Roy Engel ... Dave Squires
Katherine Warren ... Clara Tyson (as Katharine Warren)
Clark Howat ... Sergeant
James Lanphier James Lanphier ... Topeka
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Spoiled rich kid Chip Tyson runs down an elderly pedestrian and flees the scene for reasons bigger than just fear. He concocts an alibi and enlists an accomplice in his cover up. Dan Adams arrives to unravel Chip's tangled web of deception. Written by Gary R. Peterson

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Crime

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Language:

English

Release Date:

15 October 1960 (USA) See more »

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Revue Studios See more »
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Mono (Westrex Recording System)

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Alibi Bye
22 August 2019 | by Episodes-at-a-GlanceSee all my reviews

Title: Coronado 9 - Alibi Bye - Season 1 Episode 11

Director: William Witney

Details: Detective; Release Date (October 15, 1960); B&W

Starring: Rod Cameron, Robert Crosson, Allison Daniell, Roy Engel, Clark Howat

Synopsis: Dan becomes involved in murder and drug smuggling when he reluctantly accepts a case from a wealthy widow to prove her son innocent of a hit and run homicide.

Quick Review: As usual Dan tries to talk a prospective client out of using his services, explaining there is little he can do. Nevertheless business must be good as Dan is driving a new Lincoln convertible in this episode. Directed by William Witney with a few twists along the way make this an interesting entry into the series. Lots of location shots is an added plus.

Rating: B+


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