A woman and her accomplice scan the news for the names of the war's recent dead or missing. She contacts those families whose addresses indicate wealth, assuring them that she can communicate with their lost loved ones. One rich man is so appreciative of the medium's ability to "speak" with his dead son that he invites her to move into his home so that she can be available for sessions at any time. While her accomplice presses her to finish milking the man so that they can move on, the scam artist decides to urge the man to thoughts of marriage. The grieving father does indeed have in mind a more permanent union of the medium, himself, and his son. Written by
Did You Know?
The same year Kim Hunter starred as a medium in this segment, Kim Stanley was in England starring in the theatrical film Seance on a Wet Afternoon
(1964), as a more sincere medium. See more
When Edward and Adelaide are looking at the projection, the view from behind shows him looking straight ahead. There is a quick cut to their faces in the middle of her monologue but he is looking directly to his left, at her. See more