The Ford Television Theatre: Season 5, Episode 31

Strange Disappearance (1 May 1957)

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When a playwright of declining fortune persuades an old lover and a popular actress to do his new play, his quarrelsome, jealous wife disappears and, when the clues point to murder, the man's alibis are oddly contradicted by the facts.

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Stephen McNally ...
Phillip Morgan
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Harriet Morgan
Peggy Knudsen ...
Susan Davenport
William Roerick ...
Mark Frazier
Alexander Lockwood ...
District Attorney
Hugh Sanders ...
Lt. Grayson
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Lt. Young
Ellie Kent ...
Secretary
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When a playwright of declining fortune persuades an old lover and a popular actress to do his new play, his quarrelsome, jealous wife disappears and, when the clues point to murder, the man's alibis are oddly contradicted by the facts.

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(Western Electric Recording)

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