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

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Brian Clemens (writer)
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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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6 out of 6 people found the following review useful.
Masterpiece of tv theatre, 8 December 1999
Author: simon-118 from London

This is a television play. Not a movie. So it should be watched as it was intended, as a creepy late night time-passer and not a work of art. One of the finest episodes of THRILLER it features a tremendous performance by Peter Jeffrey as surely the most sadistic policeman ever to have appeared on screen! He hates women with a vengeance and whoever looks like the prime suspect at any given point he is prepared to persecute to the brink, be it verbally or physically. The plot is excellent and impossible to see through. Within 5 minutes you're hooked and baffled. The creaky country house hotel setting is great, and John Carson is wonderful as the shady landlord who may have something to hide. It's so theatrical and the plot is so simple that the real skill is in the way you NEVER guess it until the end! Pity that, like all the episodes of Thriller, the video release and the US broadcast have lost the terrifying title sequence and been replaced with appallingly silly inserted sequences that give away most of the plot.

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