There are two brothers. One is accused of armed robbery, the other isn't. The priest believes the brother is innocent even though he claims to have done it. The public defender doesn't ...
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There are two brothers. One is accused of armed robbery, the other isn't. The priest believes the brother is innocent even though he claims to have done it. The public defender doesn't believe the brother's story either. But if he didn't do it, who did?Written by
This is an installment of "The Public Defender"...a series starring Reed Hadley where he plays practically the same character he did in "Racket Squad". In fact, both shows are virtually identical and were made by the Hal Roach Studio. So, when "Racket Squad" ended its run, the series then changed a tiny bit and became "The Public Defender".
The episode finds a young man accused of robbery. He readily admits doing the crime but won't elaborate further. However, the family priest cannot believe it...this behavior is unlike the young man. So Bart Mathews digs deeper...and learns that the guy has a rather unsavory brother who he apparently is trying to defend.
This is a decent if otherwise unremarkable episode. While the story is hard to believe, it's engaging and worth seeing.
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