Cain's Hundred (1961–1962)
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The Plush Jungle: Benjamin Riker 

Zales Yoder and his son Kurt disagree over the extent to which they should allow Benjamin Riker to further control their business so that he can use it for smuggling purposes, even after ... See full summary »

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Nicholas Cain (as Mark Richman)
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Kurt Yoder
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Zales Yoder
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Benjamin Riker
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Harry Marstow
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Herbert Naywood
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Ferguson
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Milano
Richard Karlan ...
Wellman
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Muriel Yoder
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Helen Marstow
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Hood 1 (as Dean Stanton)
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Hood 2
Tyler McVey ...
Eaton
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Meyers
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Zales Yoder and his son Kurt disagree over the extent to which they should allow Benjamin Riker to further control their business so that he can use it for smuggling purposes, even after Riker resorts to threats to get Yoder's customers to take their business elsewhere. Written by rbecker28

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2 January 1962 (USA)  »

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(Westrex Recording System)

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1.33 : 1
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Transportation racket
27 November 2015 | by See all my reviews

One more time, don't expect an action flick here. No folks. OK, it's very talkative but so powerful for this story about a bunch of ruthless and ambitious executives who plan to get rid of the main chairman of a giant transportation company only with threat. They intend to monitor the whole company for illegal purposes, such as drug traffic. So, in this tale, we see all the backstage nasty business, which the large public will never be aware about. How those well dressed gangsters rule the world. Great acting and directing for this action less story by a story that hook you up. You'll find here Robert Culp already at his best and a small role for Harry Dean Stanton as a petty henchman for the gangsters.


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