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"Thriller" Come Out, Come Out, Wherever You Are (1974)

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29 June 1974 (Season 3, Episode 5)
At breakfast in a country hotel, American tourist Cathy More inquires about the whereabouts of her cousin Jane... See more » | Add synopsis »
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Lynda Day George ... Cathy More
Peter Jeffrey ... Dexter
John Carson ... Arthur Lewis
Colette O'Neil ... Alice Lewis

Bernard Holley ... Paul Eastman
Richard Corbet ... Reeves
Kathleen Mallory ... Jane Howard
John Line ... Davis
Molly Weir ... Miss Pendy
Kevin Brennan ... Parminter

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John Sichel 
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Let Down By The Ending, 12 September 2013
Author: Theo Robertson from Isle Of Bute, Scotland

American tourist Cathy More is staying at an English hotel . One morning at breakfast she asks if anyone has seen her travelling companion Jane but the staff tell her that she arrived alone without anyone and they have no knowledge of Jane . Cathy is adamant she did arrive with Jane and the police are called to investigate

Once you ignore the obsession this show has trying to appeal to an American audience - a slight problem it shares with JOURNEY TO THE UNKNOWN where the entire population of America seems to be visiting the UK - this is a relatively intriguing story for the most part with a clever idea of a lone woman finding herself surrounded by potentially hostile locals and cynical sceptical police detectives and like so many episodes we're treated to some well known British character actors

I say " for the most part " because what lets the episode down is the last ten minutes where the story feels the need to talk down to the audience explaining the plot in great detail . It's becoming very clear that THRILLER isn't going to be known as a show of sophisticated subtly and any intricate plotting has to be explained to the audience while in some episodes some things remain unexplained . The plot has to rely on implausible contrivance and while being blackly comical lets the entire episode down a fair bit

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