Danger Man

Josetta

Season 1, Ep 3, Aired 9/25/60
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  • Episode Description
  • A blind young woman, Josetta, is the only one who can identify her brother's killer. John Drake has the task of helping her to find and identify the killer.

  • Cast & Crew
  • Patrick McGoohan

    John Drake

  • Julia Arnall

    Josetta

  • Campbell Singer

    Colonel Segur

  • Randall Kinkead

    Olot

  • Claire Gordon

    Sandra

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  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (4)

    • Drake: We all know that Lt. Cortez killed your brother. He is confident that he is safe from discovery. We must shake that confidence. If we can do so, even momentarily, we may force him into making a mistake.
      Josetta: What can I do, Mr. Drake?
      Drake: You are going to make Cortez think that you can see, that you saw him shoot you brother.
      Josetta: But, how could I?
      Drake: It will take a great deal of perseverance abd practice. But, if I may say so, I think that you are a most determined young lady, Senorita.
      Josetta: I will do my best, Mr. Drake.

    • Drake: (voice-over) Posing as a simple-mided millionaire, I had no trouble easing my way into the gambling fraternity. The more I lost, the more acceptable I became. It wasn't long before I found myself in a game with Lt. Cortez. A pleasant enough young man for a cold-blooded assassin.

    • Drake: This visit of mine must have been very inconvenient for you, Colonel.
      Col. Segur: Are you suggesting that I'm trying to smother this case?
      Drake: Are you?
      Col. Segur: I am not. I'm a policeman, paid to do my duty. When we find the assassin, we will see that he goes to trial.
      Drake: Uh huh, in the meantime, you're not going to look too hard.

    • Drake: (voice-over) An insidious whispering campaign in San Pablo had rumored that my government was involved in the death of the rising young patriot, Senator Enguix. That he had been shot in the presence of his blind sister excited the imagination of the public, so much so that it stirred them to anti-American riots, even to besieging our embassy. There was only one answer to this mass hysteria: discover who was really responsible.

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