A Savage Place Setting & Symbolism

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MG

Candy drives an MG, a small sports car. Spenser uses this car to follow Candy on her dates with Peter Brewster.

Bribe

Mickey Rafferty sees Felton pay a bribe to Franco, which is the act that begins Candy's investigation into corruption in the movie industry.

Gun

Spenser keeps a gun close by in order to protect himself and Candy during Candy's investigation into racketeering in the movie industry.

Oil Fields

Candy and Franco are killed in an oil field near Los Angeles Airport by Brewster and his chief of security, Simms.

Felton's House

Candy and Spenser go to Felton's house to speak to him and to hopefully find a connection between him and Franco. While Spenser and Candy are at Felton's house, Franco shows up and attempts to kidnap Candy and Spenser.

Brewster's House

Candy goes to Brewster's house after each of their dates. Spenser observes Candy...

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