Paul Oakland is uneasily reunited with his long-unseen son, Nick.

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Paul Oakland
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Adele Hughes
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Nick Oakland
Herschel Bernardi ...
Christopher Burton
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Dr. Joseph Greer
William Pullen
Lou Byrne
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Paul Oakland is uneasily reunited with his long-unseen son, Nick.

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16 April 1963 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound Recording)

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1.33 : 1
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Face to face

What a surprise to find Dana Andrews and Bob Redford in this episode. I would have never guessed the two of them play together. Dana Andrews plays here a novelist who finds his son again - Redford - after after a long time of separation. As you have understood, that's a drama here, a father and son scheme. Nothing special. The most useless here is Inger Stevens presence between the two men. The producers needed a woman and they chose her. A story in which many audiences could recognize themselves, and that's where you may take a good look at it. And it's worth only for this point of view.

So, to summarize, watch it for the Redford Andrews face to face, nothing more.


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