Of course, if it is an espionage tale, it takes place during cold war. But you have here some comedy and romance accents, such as the way Dick Powell encounters the lady on the train; it looks like some Mitchell Leisen or George Cukor stuff. Or Alfred Hitchcock... Yes, this episode looks like not a Alfred Hitchcock Presents episode, God not, but a AH movie instead. I could have imagined Cary Grant in Powell's character. I won't spoil you this story, it's not an unforgettable one, but it remains a more than acceptable time waster with adequate performances. One good pill of suspense at the beginning, when one man tells the lead woman that the tablets she had in her purse are destined to a rapid death. Made by Bob Ellis Miller.
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