Gil Larkin is suspected of murder when Mona Cameron's allegedly abusive husband is shot dead in front of him and he gets knocked out by an unknown assailant.



(teleplay), (story) (as Richard George Pedicini)

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Episode complete credited cast:
Himself - Host
Gil Larkin
Mona Cameron
Dave Packard
Lieutenant Brandt
David Orrick McDearmon ...
Ben Cameron (as David Orrick)
Wallace Earl Laven ...
Secretary (as Eileen Harley)
Mary Jean Yamaji ...
Mrs. Sasikawa
Edo Mita ...
Mr. Sasikawa
Theater Doorman


Secretly in love with a married singer, Gil Larkin learns that she is being abused by her husband. Confronting the man in his office, Gil is knocked unconscious, only to awaken and learn he's being framed for the husband's murder - and must now discover who is really behind the crime. Written by Anonymous

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Release Date:

10 June 1956 (USA)  »

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Sound Mix:

(RCA Sound Recording)

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Cara Williams
7 March 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is a wonderful episode - it proves that talent will out - I met Cara Williams recently at a screening of "The Defiant Ones" - I must say, I was star-struck. I've had a good career in film/TV, met many a star, but meeting Cara, well what can I say? Look at this episode - she plays truth itself. I gave her a kiss and a hug that night at the screening - she was so humble - and a bit embarrassed - and quite surprised I should consider her performance so wonderful. I only wish she had stayed in the business longer. It's just great to know she is still around, and by the way, looks fantastic! I wish she would consider getting back into the mainstream - take a shot at acting again

  • this kind of talent is in-born, not taught. She's an amazing woman

with an amazing talent.

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