Neglected by her husband, Stacy goes out with wealthy bachelor Paul. The evening ends in a fatal car accident from which Stacy escapes unnoticed. She is the only one who can save Paul from ... See full summary »

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Stacy Lawrence (as Lili Palmer)
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David Lawrence
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Neglected by her husband, Stacy goes out with wealthy bachelor Paul. The evening ends in a fatal car accident from which Stacy escapes unnoticed. She is the only one who can save Paul from manslaughter charges, but at risk of her own marriage. Written by thesemann

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18 March 1954 (USA)  »

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Hard to believe but enjoyable....
11 October 2015 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

Stacy (Lili Palmer) and David Lawrence are a somewhat unhappily married couple. David is so busy with work that he hardly even notices his wife and she is pretty miserable because he forgot her birthday. So, on a lark, she agrees to go out with some charming Lothario she's met earlier that day. However, during their drive home, there's an accident and the new guy, Paul, convinces her to run home and pretend she wasn't there. The next day, Stacy learns that Paul is being held for vehicular homicide--but she knows he's not guilty, but she's also afraid to go to the police. She does resolve to do this but she first wants to explain it to her husband. What's next?

This one had a decent idea for a show but failed in a few ways. First, although she goes out with another man the viewer is expected to believe that despite this she's a virtuous woman. This is pretty hard to believe. Second, the situation that you learn about the husband and his job just seems too coincidental to be believed. Ms. Palmer and the rest seemed to do okay but were hindered by a script that just strained credibility. Despite all this, it IS entertaining.


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