Lawyer Robert Thatcher would rather his wife didn't find out he was seeing another woman while she was in hospital. But then his mistress is murdered.

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Robert Thatcher
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Ginny Thatcher
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Alma Parsons
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Ed Kemmer ...
Peter Brett (as Edward Kemmer)
Nora Marlowe
Berkeley Harris
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Lawyer Robert Thatcher would rather his wife didn't find out he was seeing another woman while she was in hospital. But then his mistress is murdered.

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13 February 1962 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound Recording)

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1.33 : 1
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Solid story

I would never have expected less from a good director as Harry Keller. This could have been a movie, a true noir one. A man suspects his own wife to have used his car to commit a murder, a woman was assassinated. The police too. And then the man's wife is arrested but the man - Gene Barry - accuses himself to make his wife innocent. But everything will not be so simple. I really don't wish to spoil this awesome suspense tale, far better than any Columbo script. I only can tell you that noir drama is one more highlight of this terrific show. But if you watch closely, you'll notice the great actors and actresses in this episode. Don't miss this one, at any price.


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