A man confesses to murdering a child, but the members of his church swear that at the time of the killing the man was asleep in a pew.

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Constable Josh Jones
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Wyndham Roberts
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Mrs. Jones
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Mrs. Roberts
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Inspector Pugh
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Superintendent Rees (as Ewen Roberts)
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Mrs. Owen
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Mr. Owen
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In a small Welsh town respectable Wyndham Roberts confesses to P.C. Jones that he has killed his blackmailing mistress and shows him the body but when Jones returns with his inspector the corpse has gone and everybody swears that Roberts had an alibi. Jones is pilloried until it becomes evident from Roberts' odd behaviour that he is able to teleport out of his body and be in two places at once. Written by don @ minifie-1

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7 March 1961 (USA)  »

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One Step in Great Britain
14 March 2010 | by (Los Angeles) – See all my reviews

In a South Wales coal-mining valley, not so long ago, police constable Clifford Evans (as Josh Jones) suspects Meredith Edwards (as Wyndham Roberts) has murdered a young woman. Even Mr. Edwards believes he committed the crime. He's confessed, and brought Mr. Evans to find the body. But, members of his church swear Edwards was in chapel during the entire time the murder could have occurred, dozing during the sermon… This episode's direction and atmospheric location footage is distinct, but the story isn't anything to write home about. and, it looks like it was "teleported" from a British anthology series.

**** Justice (3/7/61) John Newland ~ Clifford Evans, Meredith Edwards, Barbara Mullen, Pauline Jameson


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