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Forecast: Low Clouds and Coastal Fog 

A beautiful young newlywed is wary of her much-older husband's business trip leaving her alone in their beach house. A group of beach boys and a neighboring screenwriter provide her some ... See full summary »

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Karen Wilson
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Simon Carter
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Ricky
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Stan Wilson
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A beautiful young newlywed is wary of her much-older husband's business trip leaving her alone in their beach house. A group of beach boys and a neighboring screenwriter provide her some company, unwanted by the husband. When an Hispanic man knocks on her door at night asking for help, she turns him away, leading to tragic consequences. Written by David Stevens

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18 January 1963 (USA)  »

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Greg Morris' TV debut. See more »

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Remade as Alfred Hitchcock Presents: Fogbound (1988) See more »

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Good Episode Except For Resolution
27 February 2015 | by (Claremont,USA) – See all my reviews

Well staged and fairly suspenseful episode. Looks like Sanchez (Dark) wants to get even with Malibu housewife who wouldn't let him in her house to make an emergency phone call. Now Sanchez' girl-friend is dead and he doesn't care that Karen (Stevens) was alone and understandably frightened on that fog-bound night. Why won't he understand since she now feels all kinds of remorse.

Since it's Hitchcock, you know things can't be as they seem. But how are they really. Good thing Karen has the three strapping beach boys protecting her until husband gets back from San Francisco. But what's taking hubby so long, and why's weirdo writer Simon (O"Herlihy) hanging around and drinking up all her booze. Then there's that beeping fog horn reminding us minute by minute of the menace. No doubt about it, Karen's a Woman In Danger.

Sad to see that sparkling actress Inger Stevens in the flower of life, knowing she would soon die by her own hand. And catch Sinatra buddy Christopher Dark as the revenge-obsessed Sanchez. Though good, this isn't a top entry since the ending appears too contrived to be satisfying. Nonetheless, there're the usual series compensations to carry us along.


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