Baretta

Season 2 Episode 4

Nobody in a Nothing Place

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Aired Wednesday 9:00 PM Oct 01, 1975 on ABC
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Nobody in a Nothing Place
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When a conventioneer is murdered, Baretta finds that the only witness is a busboy who doesn't want to get involved, but the real murderer is after the man too.

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    Maurice Kowalewski

    Maurice Kowalewski

    Stein

    Guest Star

    Richard Kennedy

    Richard Kennedy

    Carl Hopkins

    Guest Star

    Beth Porter

    Beth Porter

    Dorene

    Guest Star

    Michael D. Roberts

    Michael D. Roberts

    Rooster

    Recurring Role

    Chino 'Fats' Williams

    Chino 'Fats' Williams

    Fats

    Recurring Role

    John Ward

    John Ward

    Foley

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      • Baretta: You can pay me now or you could pay me later, how bout it .... hmm... okay ... that's the name of that tune, I'll see ya later.

      • Baretta (to Bax) I know you're operatin' out of loyalty here, for Eddie, you worked out of his joint and you don't wanna cop out on him, but forget it, on account of Eddie's pushin' up daisies. They snuffed him this mornin' dumped him across town. Think about it, Eddie's down and we don't know who's next. Do we? So you think about that for awhile, I'll be back.

      • Baretta: You wind up in a place like Eddie's, you get a broad and good time and the price is right. Couple of weeks later they're back in Iowa or someplace and all of sudden pictures of their little charade start showing up in the homefront, they get worried, they start paying and pretty soon their hooked.

      • Baretta: (to Mimi): I hate the opera, it's all a bunch of fat people singing and they all sing in German. You gotta be German to understand it.

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