A well known actor encounters a woman attempting suicide by jumping off a bridge. He persuades her to let him put her up at a hotel for the night, but he accidentally provided fake stage money for her room.

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Paul
Marcia Henderson ...
Amy
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Miriam
Hugh French ...
Evan
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Ottilie
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Lt. Albert
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Willie
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Pan Handler (as Percy Hilton)
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A well known actor encounters a woman attempting suicide by jumping off a bridge. He persuades her to let him put her up at a hotel for the night, but he accidentally provided fake stage money for her room.

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6 November 1952 (USA)  »

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Very hard to believe but enjoyable.
28 May 2016 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

In this installment of "Four Star Playhouse", Charles Boyer stars as Paul--a famous director of plays. When the show begins, Paul is leaving a poker game and wants to find a cab home. After all, although he is fond of walking, it's raining outside. However, on the way out he notices a young woman about to jump off a bridge! Paul is a very decent man and decides to help Amy. However, what happens next is a bit strange and it involves counterfeit stage money as well as a job with the acting troop.

As usual, Boyer is wonderful in his role. He seems very natural and you like the guy he plays. The story is very interesting and the twist also very interesting. Believable? Not for a second...but very enjoyable. And what's not to believe? Well, I'd rather not say as it would spoil the episode.


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