Bob Hope Presents the Chrysler Theatre: Season 3, Episode 14

Wind Fever (2 Mar. 1966)

TV Episode  |   |  Adventure, Drama, Comedy
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Episode credited cast:
Lou Rutledge
Hedley Mattingly ...
Martha Harris
Dr. Ely Harris
Hill Doctor


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2 March 1966 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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One good John Cassavettes performance

One boring adventure drama yarn this episode that takes place somewhere in Asia, in the late fifties, and speaks of humanitarian doctors associations helping poor people fighting diseases of all kinds. We could find it rather talkative, with maybe too many indoor scenes but performances are OK, especially John Cassavettes. One other drawback, it was not made in natural settings, but in studios. Do not expect action sequences. I could not see the director's name. I don't know any actors here, except Cassavettes.

This story will not remain my favourite for this show. But I still have many more épisodes to comment. Be patient.

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