A complex mystery, this Hitchcock mystery begins with an American reporter, his companion, and a young woman sitting together on a flight out of Nairobi. The reporter, Ted Franklin, tells ... See full summary »

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A complex mystery, this Hitchcock mystery begins with an American reporter, his companion, and a young woman sitting together on a flight out of Nairobi. The reporter, Ted Franklin, tells his story of betrayal and the unjust execution of an Arab-French arms dealer who allegedly sparked a tribal uprising in Kenya. Franklin is convinced of the man's innocence, but as the story unfolds, it becomes clear that the woman has a very personal stake in the drama and that Franklin may not be what he claims to be. Written by Edie Nahoy

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23 March 1958 (USA)  »

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3 July 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is a nicely done episode, using the plot device of multiple stories of the same incident. Gary Merrill is a reporter who is on his way to his own trial for murder. He has killed the father of a man who he tried to get off his own murder rap. The tale takes place in an airplane as Merrill and an attractive young woman smoke cigarettes and tell their stories. Each has a different take on the events. Each of these is dramatized and is quite different. Suffice it to say, the script writer has something in store for us. I've always enjoyed this type of presentation. There have even been television series that employed the multiple story technique. Because of Merrill's intensity and smugness, I accepted him in this episode. The young woman is also believable.


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