Bob Hope Presents the Chrysler Theatre: Season 3, Episode 2

The Crime (22 Sep. 1965)

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An assistant district attorney prosecutes a wealthy heiress for the shooting deaths of a rival and current paramour. The question is whether he is pursuing the case because he's sure she's ... See full summary »

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Virginia Baker ...
Selena Parker
Berkeley Harris ...
Mikel Hawley
Walter Woolf King ...
Frank Busch
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Abe Perez
Oliver McGowan ...
Winfield
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Mary
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Johnny Ridzik
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Sarah Redman
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An assistant district attorney prosecutes a wealthy heiress for the shooting deaths of a rival and current paramour. The question is whether he is pursuing the case because he's sure she's guilty or out of revenge for her treatment of him when their love affair broke up twelve years previous. Written by WesternOne

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A worth court room drama

I was a little afraid of this court room scheme, as I usually am. For instance, I will never see any PERRY MASON épisodes or movies. Not for me, folks. But this story is not boring at all, with solid performances, with a Dana Wynter and Jack Lord both convincing and the final touch, at the end, is nearly a twist one, as we could see in AH PRESENTS épisodes. And don't forget Pat O'Brien as the DA Jack Lord' friend.

I won't repeat the plot line already told above. The key is the line between the DA and the female accused Wynter.

A bittersweet ending indeed, but that leaves you a good taste, unexpected feeling for this kind of story.


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