Checkmate (1960–1962)
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So Beats My Plastic Heart 



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Episode complete credited cast:
Laraine Whitman
Hope Anthony
Phillip Pine ...
Harry Clark
Joe Meade
Mavis Woods Long
John Lee
Don Corey (credit only)


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Crime | Drama | Mystery




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11 April 1962 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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A resort for creative people
12 February 2016 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

Celeste Holm is the guest star in this Checkmate episode playing a woman who has a very unique establishment. It's a resort for creative people so they can have their basic needs tended to while they do their painting, sculpting, writing whatever.

But some mysterious and nasty things have been happening and Holm hires the Checkmate Detective Agency to find out if there's a real threat to her life by one or more of her guests. Of course there is, that goes without saying.

I remember back in the day Anthony George was having disputes with the producers and walked off the show. This show had Jack Betts standing in for George. Of course the show was canceled after this season and while Doug McClure and Sebastian Cabot went on to continued good careers little was heard from Anthony George.

I was fooled it wasn't who I expected who was trying to do in Celeste Holm. See if you are as well.

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