Thriller (1973–1976)
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Come Out, Come Out, Wherever You Are 

At breakfast in a country hotel, American tourist Cathy More inquires about the whereabouts of her cousin Jane, who has been traveling with her. The proprietors, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis, insist ... See full summary »

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Cathy More
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Arthur Lewis
Colette O'Neil ...
Alice Lewis
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Paul Eastman
Richard Corbet ...
Reeves
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Jane Howard
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At breakfast in a country hotel, American tourist Cathy More inquires about the whereabouts of her cousin Jane, who has been traveling with her. The proprietors, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis, insist Cathy was the only person to check in the night before, and Jane's room shows no sign of having been occupied. The police are called to investigate, but they began to suspect that Jane may be merely a figment of Cathy's disturbed mind. Written by L. Hamre

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29 June 1974 (UK)  »

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So Long at the Inn
30 April 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Having seen and loved the movie So Long at the Fair with Jean Simmons, I have to admit that this rehash still manages to surprise, especially with the clever twist ending.

Lynda Day George who has always struck me as pretty but bland does quite well as the bewildered traveler who seems to have misplaced her cousin.

The story offers up several red herrings along the way to keep you guessing as to just what is really going on, with a supporting cast that is effective, with the actor playing the lead policeman (who has to be seen to be believed) going over the top to good effect.

The final twist is explained a bit more than is strictly necessary but it still a satisfying conclusion to a nifty Thriller.


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