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Fate Travels East 

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Ann Dean
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Grady Oliver
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Marian Abbott
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Tag Bailey
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Ellamae Hubbins (as Stacey Graham)
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Sandra Mitchell (as Barbara Fuller)
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Holmes Mitchell
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Ralph Weston
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13 March 1957 (USA)  »

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(Western Electric Recording)

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1.33 : 1
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Pretty good.
20 October 2015 | by See all my reviews

I found this episode of "Ford Television Theater" on YouTube and although the print rather sucks, it's worth your time. The episode is set aboard a train heading east. Ann (Linda Darnell) is aboard the train typing. Soon the conductor (Hank Patterson of "Green Acres" fame) approaches her--he found a typed suicide note and wonders if she wrote it. She denies it and he quickly agrees with her but asks her help in figuring out who did, though he also tells her that an agent who works for the railroad will also be investigating. Through the course of the trip, she talks with various passengers trying to determine who is suicidal. Then, when she hears from her husband (who is back home) she realizes who the person is who wrote the note...or does she?

This show keeps you guessing and although a few story element seemed far-fetched, it was entertaining and holds up pretty well today. Worth seeing because it keeps you guessing...


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