The Ford Television Theatre: Season 3, Episode 36

One Man Missing (9 Jun. 1955)

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Dan Barton ...
Marty Rourke
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Louise Lyndon
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Mona Patton
Don Haggerty
Hanna Landy ...
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Art Millan
Audrey Totter ...
Breezy Adams
Helen Wallace ...
Mrs. Dennis
Richard Webb ...
Si Kearney
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20 November 2006 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

What a cast! This episode features three of the leading ladies of film-noir, Jane Greer, Ellen Drew and Audrey Totter. An aircraft goes down in the Rockies with four men aboard. The men's wives gather together at the airport to wait for word of any survivors. News come that three of the men are alive. The identity of the three is however not known. Greer is the actress wife of a movie producer, Drew plays the pilot's wife, Totter the wife of a gangster and Helen Wallace plays the fourth wife. Each women has several moments to ponder what life might be like without their husbands. Totter steals the show as the hard nosed former chorus girl. And does she look wild in that Leopard skin outfit. A real treat watching these noir vets playing off one another. Interesting half hour.

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