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* StagedShooting: In "Funny Money", Jeff stages one: tricking the mark into thinking he shot killed and him. Arrested by a DirtyCop as he tries to flee, the banker collects CounterfeitCash from his stash to pay off the cop, and is busted by the Secret Service

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* StagedShooting: In "Funny Money", Jeff stages one: tricking the mark into thinking he shot killed and him. Arrested by a DirtyCop as he tries to flee, the banker collects CounterfeitCash from his stash to pay off the cop, and is busted by the Secret Service
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* WorkOffTheDebt: In "Funny Money", a young [[TheGamblingAddict gambling addict]] who owes money to Cash quits gambling and goes to work at Cash's casino as a bookkeeper to pay off his debts.


* DirtyCop" Most of the cops in San Francisco are on the take.



* PressGanged: During the opening credits of the pilot movie, a bartender feeds a sailor a drink and then drops him through a TrapDoor into the arms of a press gang waiting below. This is later revealed to be a common practice at Shanghai Kelly's.

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* PressGanged: During the opening credits of the pilot movie, movie (and the later series), a bartender feeds a sailor a drink and then drops him through a TrapDoor into the arms of a press gang waiting below. This is later revealed to be a common practice at Shanghai Kelly's.




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* StagedShooting: In "Funny Money", Jeff stages one: tricking the mark into thinking he shot killed and him. Arrested by a DirtyCop as he tries to flee, the banker collects CounterfeitCash from his stash to pay off the cop, and is busted by the Secret Service

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* MorallyBankruptBanker: In "Funny Money", banker Emory Van Cleve purchases $100,000 in CounterfeitCash, which he plans to distribute through his bank while he pockets the equivalent amount of real cash.


* AffectionatePickpocket: During the opening credits of the pilot movie, a prostitute lifts the wallet off a client as she sends him into a saloon.

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* AffectionatePickpocket: During the opening credits of the pilot movie, credits, a prostitute lifts the wallet off a client as she sends him into a saloon.

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* ITakeOffenseToThatLastOne: This exchange in "Funny Money":
-->'''Jeff:''' If they yhink you're a beady-eyed killer...\\
'''Cash:''' What do you mean 'beady-eyed'?


''Barbary Coast'' is an American television series starring Creator/WilliamShatner and Doug [=McClure=] that aired on ABC. The pilot film first aired on May 4, 1975 and the series itself premiered September 8, 1975; the last episode aired January 9, 1976.

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''Barbary Coast'' is an American television series starring Creator/WilliamShatner and Doug [=McClure=] that aired on ABC. The pilot film first aired on May 4, 1975 and the series itself premiered September 8, 1975; 1975[[note]]the week after ''Series/{{Gunsmoke}}'' ended its then-record 20-year run[[/note]]; the last episode aired January 9, 1976.


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* BodyWipe: Finishes off many of the closing credits, as the guy that gets tossed out of the bar brushes himself off and heads right into the lens, in a silhouette effect.

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