A cop's feelings of guilt over an affair leads to tragedy





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Episode complete credited cast:
Himself - Host
Obie Roberts
Harry Sellers
Carol Manson
Flora Roberts (as Nancy Davis)
Earl Green
Mr. Herb Fenton
Monica Keating ...
Mrs. Fenton
Larry (as Billy Mumy)
Robert R. Stephenson ...
Cafe Owner


A cop's feelings of guilt over an affair leads to tragedy

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Comedy | Drama




Release Date:

23 January 1962 (USA)  »

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Sound Mix:

(RCA Sound Recording)

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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At the thirty seventh minute, Steve Cochrane's character says to Nancy Davis's one: "Thank you Madam President", and this was many years before Ronald Reagan, future husband of Nancy Davis, became himself president. See more »

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Good drama

What a good surprise to have this episode directed by Harry Keller, a great B director from Universal Studios and a very good western director. You have here a powerful drama and character study with the likes of Steve Cochran, John Ireland and Gary Merril...Cochran plays a country side cop who have personal problems with his conscience, a cop who put arrests an innocent man who is also in distress himself. No, it's not a crime flick, but a really good drama that looks like a true noir story, set in a small town. An atmosphere as we have already seen in other stories, stories which are like explosives all along and which finally explode in tragedy.

It could have been a film for the big screen, no problem. Steve Cochran gives a solid performance as a lost man, a lost cop who faces the total mess of his life.

And, don't miss the line when Cochrane says to Nancy Davis - future Nancy Reagan: He says to her, at the thirty seventh minute: "Thank You Madam President".... And this was decades before Ronald Reagan became president.

Don't miss this one.

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