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Episode cast overview:
Herself - Hostess
Sarah Whitney
Andrew Middleton
Whitney Craig
Mrs. Zovanka
Mr. Howell
Mr. Lydecker
Mr. Peck
Claudia Bryar ...
Mrs. Crawford
Mrs. Peck


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Release Date:

28 September 1959 (USA)  »

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Sound Mix:

(RCA Sound Recording)

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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It's Always Innocent Until Proved Guilty
8 June 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

***May contain some minor spoilers***

This is a very good story with a good message for all of society! To find out what the message is, you will have to watch the show. A television show starring the great Bette Davis and actor Leif Ericson is what drew me in to watching this little treat! Bette was always such a fantastic actress and always gave her all in a performance even if she didn't think the piece she was acting in was a good piece or a bad piece to appear in! The story is about a teenage girl who was accused of killing her Mother and her Father but she was never arrested or tried for the offense. She was way too young to be on her own so they placed her with her Aunt Sarah (Davis), a former schoolteacher. The town is all in an uproar because they think that Aunt Sarah is going to place the girl in school with the other so called 'normal' kids. A friend of Aunt Sarah's named Andrew (Ericson) is a help to Sarah even though she may not realize it! I feel that he is imperative to the story line - he is what makes it work out so evenly! The young niece is looked unfavorably upon by almost everyone in town and the story goes from there. Hope you enjoy it as much as I did!

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