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The Doctor and the Countess 

A famous plastic surgeon is recruited to severely disfigure the face of a beautiful countess, in order to relate to her husband, who was burned and disfigured in a serious accident and has become a recluse.

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(screenplay) (as Frederic Brady), (story)
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Dr. Giboux
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Countess
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Andrea (as Carleton E. Young)
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Dr. Lawrence
Don Kohler ...
Steward
Zacharias Yaconelli ...
Victor (as Zachary Zaconelli)
Freddy Ridgeway ...
Little Boy (as Freddie Ridgeway)
Darla Ridgeway ...
Little Girl (as Darla Lee Ridgeway)
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A famous plastic surgeon is recruited to severely disfigure the face of a beautiful countess, in order to relate to her husband, who was burned and disfigured in a serious accident and has become a recluse.

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Comedy | Drama

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29 April 1954 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound System)

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1.33 : 1
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Rather preposterous...
18 February 2016 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

When the show begins, an esteemed plastic surgeon (Charles Boyer) is on a glamorous cruise. There a countess introduces herself and spends most of her time with him during the voyage. However, instead of the talk being about romance or the usual small talk, she seems intent on talking about his work...and she obviously has some ulterior motive. When the ship arrives at port, she invites him home and he goes--mostly to discover WHY. The answer, however, is totally ludicrous--she wants him to make her look hideous and disfigured!!! Why?! What's this all about....and I'll say no more because I don't want to spoil the show...even though the episode really is silly.

Overall, this one features nice acting and a dopey script. Together, it makes for an episode that is possibly worth seeing, but only for curiosity's sake...and you can by downloading it for free from archive.org--a site often linked to IMDb pages.


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