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SurfSide 6: Love Song for a Deadly Redhead

A lounge singer receives a threatening note and phones an L.A. detective for assistance. The detective, a friend of the SurfSide detectives, arrives in Miami to investigate, but soon finds himself in the hospital and charged with murder after visiting the home of a redhead. The SurfSide detectives must solve the case in order to save their friend.

Episode Info  

Episode number: 2x32
Production Number: 25800
Airdate: Monday April 30th, 1962

Guest Stars
Grace Lee WhitneyGrace Lee Whitney
As Bernice
Bobby TroupBobby Troup
As Dooley Baker
Clegg HoytClegg Hoyt
As Ozzie Rupert
Edd ByrnesEdd Byrnes
As Kookie
John KelloggJohn Kellogg
As Larry Dermott
Roger SmithRoger Smith
As Jeff Spencer
Shary MarshallShary Marshall
As Carol McKay
Tom CoundTom Cound
As Clarke Tinsley
Episode Notes
This is a "cross-over" epsiode featuring cast members from 77 Sunset Strip. Two cast members of SurfSide 6 had previously appeared in part one of the 77 Sunset Strip episode The Hot Tamale Caper.

ArtistSong TitlePlayed When
DooleySometimes I'm Happy 

Episode Quotes
Sandy: Sorry I overslept. Any messages?
Ken: Yeah. Call Barbara, Sue, Jean, Ellen, and the last one said to "tell him 'Pussycat'."

Daphne: (after Cha Cha accidentally tells a secret) Cha Cha! Tengo una boca grande!
Cha Cha: She means I have the big mouth. In Spanish, it sounds pretty.

Episode Goofs
Sandy comes out of the houseboat bedroom, where he had obviously slept; however, it is established throughout the series that Sandy doest not live on the houseboat but rather at the nearby Racquet Club.

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