After serving a prison sentence, a man romances the woman whose false testimony got him convicted.



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Episode cast overview:
Alfred Hitchcock - Host
Howard Clements
Isabel Smith
Edmon Ryan ...
Lt. John Huntley
Mr. Selby
Sgt. Lou Snyder
Doris Lloyd ...
Kenneth Patterson ...
The Warden (as Ken Patterson)
Ricks Falk ...
Officer Healy
Forrest Lewis ...
The Sailor
The Judge
Lou Byrne ...
The Librarian


After serving a prison sentence, a man romances the woman whose false testimony got him convicted.

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5 June 1964 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Bradford Dillman and Barbara Barrie
30 December 2011 | by (Youngstown,Ohio) – See all my reviews

"Isabel" is a rather middling entry that starts out well, but eventually peters out. Bradford Dillman plays drifter Howard Clements, passing a spinsterish, plain looking woman in the street wearing glasses, who pauses to look back after him, before he trips and falls by the road. A short time later, a police officer (Don Marshall) arrests Clements on an assault charge levied by the same woman, Isabel Smith (Barbara Barrie), and winds up serving two years in prison, all the while protesting his innocence. Once he gets out, he steals 13,000 dollars to open a music shop back in the same town where Isabel lives, and soon begins to date her, alarming the local police lieutenant (Edmon Ryan) and his sergeant (Dabney Coleman). The unlikely pair decide to marry but the honeymoon seems destined to be shortlived. The fine cast includes Doris Lloyd, Forrest Lewis, Walter Woolf King, and Les Tremayne, sadly appearing in a single scene as Howard's legal counsel. Barbara Barrie may be best remembered as the wife of Hal Linden on BARNEY MILLER.

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