An heiress finally finds a young man who loves her for herself instead of her money. After he dies in a Bolivian mine explosion, she tries to regain contact with him through an Indian mystic.

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Alfred Hitchcock - Host
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Minnie Briggs
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Grace Renford
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Keith Holloway
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Dr. Shankara
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Lucy Barrington
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Charles
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Lt. Farrell
Vince Williams ...
The Hotel Clerk
Ollie O'Toole ...
2nd Hotel Clerk
Jim Barringer ...
The Messenger boy
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An heiress finally finds a young man who loves her for herself instead of her money. After he dies in a Bolivian mine explosion, she tries to regain contact with him through an Indian mystic.

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24 January 1964 (USA)  »

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Alfred Hitchcock certainly had fun with this one. Diana Hyland is aptly named Grace looking very much like the princess of Monaco in this role with the background music from Vertigo and a doomed romance. See more »

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Minnie Briggs: [to Grace Renford] You're in love with a ghost.
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predictable but well enough done to watch
22 June 2013 | by (French Polynesia) – See all my reviews

The story is heavy on what could really be soap opera, but the reused Bernhard Herrmann music--not from Vertigo but close enough--and some nice profile shots by the director help. The acting is also good the camera direction features a fair amount of nice moving camera shots, framing and re-framing single shots into two shots of the two lovers, along with a nice use of these kind of romantic guy faces girl in matching profile shots to make it seem like drama rather than soap opera. But even if this were a 30 minute rather than 60 minute show it'd be pretty easy to know what's going on way ahead of the ending. It's poor material done well enough to make it acceptable at best. Another of producer Joan Harrison's not so great episodes.


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