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A woman stands trial for her wealthy husband's murder. Her vengeful mother-in-law is convinced that she did it, but a family servant knows the key to what really happened.

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Eve Raydon
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Adelaide 'Addie' Strain
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Mrs. Raydon
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Jack Wentworth (as Steve Dunn)
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Molloy
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Halstead
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Howard Raydon
Charles Irving ...
The Judge
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The Doctor
Fern Barry ...
The Maid
Michael Crisalli ...
Gilly Strain
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A woman stands trial for her wealthy husband's murder. Her vengeful mother-in-law is convinced that she did it, but a family servant knows the key to what really happened.

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11 January 1963 (USA)  »

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Last of only three roles for Michael Crisalli. See more »

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A story seen from different angles - but who cares...?
11 August 2014 | by See all my reviews

Sorry, but IMHO this is certainly not one of the better episodes of "The Hitchcock Hour" - it's a drama simply TYPICAL for 60s' US TV, filled with silly women of all sorts, an innocent little boy, and 'good' and 'bad' men; but they all leave you more or less uninterested...

The whole plot about women (maybe with just a little lesbian touch, which was admittedly quite uncommon, and usually forbidden, back in those TV days) - some addicted to buying expensive things, some addicted to gossiping, and others to I-don't-know-what - , men and children finally results in a murder, the culprit of which we know from the start; and so the ONLY thing of interest are the VERY different ways the facts are being told in court by the various persons involved.


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