The Dick Powell Theatre (1961–1963)
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When revolution overthrows a dictatorship in a South American country, Carlos Morell returns in triumph as the new President; but he is soon being plotted against by former allies.

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Carlos Morell
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Marta Rinaldi
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Col. Juan Valera
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Uncle
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Sandoval (as Ben H. Wright)
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The Captain (as Valentin De Vargas)
Lili Valenty ...
The Old Woman
Hal Hamilton ...
Paolo
Athan Karras ...
The Teacher
Paul Dubov ...
Colonel Marco
Walter Kray ...
General Strada
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Colonel Campos
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When revolution overthrows a dictatorship in a South American country, Carlos Morell returns in triumph as the new President; but he is soon being plotted against by former allies.

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13 November 1962 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound Recording)

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1.33 : 1
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Back to the throne
4 February 2016 | by See all my reviews

Charles Boyer plays a Latin America republic president in exile who, after the dictator who previously wiped him out is in prison, returns home. He finds his mistress again, who stayed in the republic whilst he was away. He doesn't totally agree with her behaviour during his exile, as you can guess. And our president finds out that many things changed since he went away. Many things changed except the suspicion and treason atmosphere for those who want or search for the power at any cost. Charles Boyer is convincing in this character in search for his past, his lost life which he has already lost, and which he won't find any more. Somewhere compelling story.

Good episode.


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