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|Two of a Kind|
|Directed by||Henry Levin|
|Screenplay by||Lawrence Kimble|
|Based on||the story|
by James Edward Grant
|Produced by||William Dozier|
|Edited by||Charles Nelson|
|Music by||George Duning|
|Distributed by||Columbia Pictures|
Mike Farrell (O'Brien) is induced by con artists Brandy Kirby (Scott) and attorney Vincent Mailer (Knox) to purloin a rich couple's ten million dollar estate by having Farrell pose as their long-lost son.
When the old man refuses to change his will, Mailer decides to kill the couple, and Kirby plays along.[clarification needed] Farrell refuses to assist and Mailer plans to kill him too. After a botched attempt, with Kirby's help, Farrell exposes the scam to the old man, dooming Mailer's plan, and allowing Kirby and Farrell to unite, as "Two of a Kind".
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