The Ford Television Theatre: Season 1, Episode 26

Double Exposure (26 Mar. 1953)

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A dedicated but bumbling assistant press photographer inadvertently documents political corruption.

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Cast

Episode complete credited cast:
Dan Duryea ...
Red Findlay
George Brent ...
Devlin
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Marvin
Jean Willes ...
Sally Sherman
Pierre Watkin ...
Mayor
Pat O'Malley ...
Hearkness
Ted Stanhope ...
Johnson
Robert Williams ...
Police Chief (as Robert B. Williams)
Shepard Menken ...
Bartender
George DeNormand ...
D. A.
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A dedicated but bumbling assistant press photographer inadvertently documents political corruption.

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[last lines]
Red Findlay: Let's go, Marvin. Um, about that camera of yours - be careful where you aim it.
Marvin: Why, Red?
Red Findlay: It's loaded - that's why.
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