Alcoa Presents: One Step Beyond: Season 3, Episode 34

The Tiger (20 Jun. 1961)

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Miss Cartwright is hired to be the new governess to young Pamela. Cartwright immediately dismisses Pamela's beloved nanny, Mrs. Murphy, and finds a punishment room for the child in the ... See full summary »

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Episode credited cast:
Pamela Brown ...
Miss Cartwright - Governess
Pauline Challoner ...
Pamela Weldon (as Pauline Challenor)
Michael Collins ...
Inspector
Elspeth March ...
Mrs. Murphy
John Newland ...
Himself - Host
Bryan Parker ...
Police Constable
Patsy Smart ...
Ethel - Housekeeper
Edward Underdown ...
Mr. Hayes
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Miss Cartwright is hired to be the new governess to young Pamela. Cartwright immediately dismisses Pamela's beloved nanny, Mrs. Murphy, and finds a punishment room for the child in the basement. Pamela's favorite toy is a stuffed tiger, which becomes the focus of Pamela's revenge against the dictatorial governess. Strange and ominous things begin to happen that can only be explained as psychic phenomena. Written by richardann

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In the epilogue, John Newland refers to an example of paranormal activity supposedly investigated by novelist Charles Dickens in 1871. Dickens died on June 9th, 1870. See more »

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A top watching episode

This story strangely reminded me some films from UK. Typical British movies for me, who has seen thousands of them over the years. I mainly thought of Jack Clayton's THE INNOCENTS or many more features including children and their evil nannies, or nannies against the evil kids they had to take care of. Of course it is here told in the American way, but very efficiently. The suspense is gradually shown, till the climax. It's a shame that this episode has not been commented yet, and probably in a far better way than I do it now. The evil nanny character is terrific, I assure you. An outstanding tale for this very top of the pile eerie TV show. I hope many of you will be able to watch it. Why not?


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