The Ford Television Theatre: Season 4, Episode 22

Man Without a Fear (1 Mar. 1956)

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Episode cast overview:
John Ashburn
Robert Drayton
Angela Greene ...
Lila Ashburn
John Beradino ...
Lt. Wells (as John Berardino)
John V. Connors ...


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Comedy | Drama | Musical




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1 March 1956 (USA)  »

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(Western Electric Recording)

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1.33 : 1
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21 November 2006 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Another great episode of Ford Theatre! Joseph Cotten and Raymond Burr play business partners with a slight problem. The problem? It seems that Cotten has been playing fast and loose with the company funds. He then sets partner Burr up for the crime. Burr gets a 10 year extended holiday from the state. Then Cotten gives the old knife in the back a twist by marrying Burr's ex-wife. Nine years go by and Burr pulls a prison break. Needless to say it is not a friendly visit Burr has in mind when he comes calling. Cotten buts the blame for the frame-up on Burr's ex. Some real entertaining back and forth between the two leads is topped off with a rather unexpected ending. A great half hour's worth of noir entertainment.


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