How I Spent My Summer Vacation (1967) (TV)

Robert Wagner is a man who completes compiling a dossier on a mysterious billionaire begins to get the feeling that he is becoming the victim of a conspiracy

One of the first made-for-TV movies

One on the most memorable scenes in the film is when Wagner and the rich man are on a yacht at sea and the rich man is shooting skeet with live pigeons.

The Wagner character is saying quietly, fly away little birdy, but the pigeons - as they are wont to do - circle a few times to get their bearings before flying away. In that time the rich man has much time to shoot them out of the sky.

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