The F.B.I.

Season 9 Episode 19

Deadly Ambition

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Aired Sunday 8:00 PM Mar 17, 1974 on ABC
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Deadly Ambition
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Ernest Cahn: Armed Robbery,Theft Of Government Property.

An obnoxious young hoodlum is more cocky than usual after pulling the biggest robbery of his life. With the aid of explosives he stole from the National Guard, he and some friends hijacked an armored car.

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    Claudia Jennings

    Claudia Jennings

    Judith Grinnell

    Guest Star

    William Hansen

    William Hansen

    Harry Cahn

    Guest Star

    Jo Jo Malone

    Jo Jo Malone

    Beverly Holmes

    Guest Star

    Don Gordon

    Don Gordon

    Sid Alpert

    Recurring Role

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    • TRIVIA (1)

      • Warner Bros. Studios did a lot of gangster movies back in the 1930's. The FBI was also produced by Warner Bros. Studios as well.

    • QUOTES (2)

      • Closing narration: Ernest Cahn and three accomplices where convicted in Federal Court with Ted Wilcox and Sidney Alpert on charges of Bank Robbery and Conspiracy. Cahn was also found guilty of burglarizing the National Guard Armory, and he and three of Wilcox's gun man where convicted of assaulting Federal Officers. Acting on information supplied by informants. The FBI recovered the securities stolen from the armored truck.

      • Erine Cahn: Why don't you shoot, big man, why don't you shoot.
        Inspector Erskine: You have seen too many gangster films.

    • NOTES (3)

      • Harvey Keitel who guest starred in this episode. Played a mobster in the 1973 Martin Scorcese film Classic "Mean Streets".

      • Ernie has photos of Humphery Bogart, Edward G. Robinson, Jimmy Cagney and Paul Muni on the wall of his house. They where actors who played movie mobsters.

      • Guest Star Cladia Jennings was a Playboy Magazine Playmate, Miss November,1969. Playmate Of The Year 1970.

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