The chancellor of a foreign university gives newspaperman Frank Carstairs a document to smuggle out of the country. He anticipates being charged with treason by the totalitarian government ... See full summary »

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Frank
Tanya Borgh ...
Krista
Jan Arvan ...
Dr. Karpoldi
Ivan Triesault ...
Volpe
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Marc
Norbert Schiller ...
Clerk
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Dick Bannister
Otto Reichow ...
Miklas
Harold Dyrenforth ...
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Robert R. Stephenson ...
Volpe's Aide
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The chancellor of a foreign university gives newspaperman Frank Carstairs a document to smuggle out of the country. He anticipates being charged with treason by the totalitarian government and he wants the free world to know he did not willingly join their side. Meanwhile, Frank carries on an affair with a sexy foreign spy who seems to be playing both sides of the fence. Written by Jay Phelps <jaynashvil@aol.com>

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9 February 1956 (USA)  »

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Frank is a wanted man....
16 February 2016 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

Frank is a reporter who is in some crappy country where human rights and freedom are rather unimportant. Just before he's ready to leave the country and go on another assignment, a professor calls for him and asks Frank to smuggle a letter out of the place. It seems he's learned that he's about to become arrested as a political prisoner and he wants to let everyone know that whatever he confesses to is only due to duress. Soon, however, everyone seems to know what Frank has and his life is constantly in danger. Can he possibly escape with both the letter and his life?

This is a reasonably good episode but suffers due to the half hour time slot. The action rushes by too fast and the end isn't all that satisfying. Still there is nothing objectionable about it and it's a reasonable time-passer.


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