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Connie Folsom
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Ben Lorrigan
Lori March ...
Ruth Brewer
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Judge Cavanaugh (as Arthur Peterson Jr.)
Jan Peters ...
Bartender
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Man In Bar
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Barker
Allan Lurie ...
Police Captain
Claire de la Torre ...
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Charity Grace ...
Old Woman
Anthony Jochim ...
Old Man
Sheila Stephenson ...
Woman
John Nolan ...
Young Man
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Bassett is ordered by the court to examine a woman who has been arrested several times for violent behavior. He learns that she has been seeing a therapist who has never been licensed to practice, and believes his treatment may be a major part of her problem. Written by rbecker28

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6 February 1963 (USA)  »

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(Westrex Recording System)

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1.33 : 1
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Terrible fear of men!
16 March 2006 | by See all my reviews

Eleanor Parker was nominated for an Emmy for her guest starring role in this episode of The Eleventh Hour. Parker plays an alcoholic with an unexplained fear of men. She is being treated by a hack psychiatrist, Dan Duryea. The regulars on the show attempt to get to the root of her problem and through out the episode, the viewer is given hints as to exactly why she's "grown so cold." The best scene has Parker running down the street and hurling herself through the front window of a liquor store.

This episode is a rare treat for Parker fans. The way in which she recites a poem she's been trying to remember at the end of the episode shows just what a great actress she is. The short poem conveys nearly every emotion. Not many actresses could've pulled this one off. Seek this out if you can!


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