Terror ensues when Ellen Alexander wakes up alone in a hotel room, with no sign of her husband, Harry. Inquiries at the front desk yield the answer that he has checked out without her, and ... See full summary »

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Winston Essex
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Ellen Alexander
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Brett
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Betty Carter
Elliott Montgomery ...
Harry Alexander
Douglas Henderson ...
George Carter (as Doug Henderson)
Mark Tapscott ...
The Security Guard
Frank Whiteman ...
The Desk Clerk
Bruce Kimmel ...
The Bell Hop
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The Attendant
Robert P. Lieb ...
The Drunk
Maggie Malooly ...
The Nurse
Mel Gallagher ...
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Nelson D. Cuevas ...
Ambulance Doctor
Tony Ballen ...
The Keno Caller
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Terror ensues when Ellen Alexander wakes up alone in a hotel room, with no sign of her husband, Harry. Inquiries at the front desk yield the answer that he has checked out without her, and eventually lead her to Brett, who helps her find the answers she is seeking. Written by Anonymous

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22 December 1972 (USA)  »

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One of the best episodes from this sterling series...
2 October 2009 | by (las vegas, nv) – See all my reviews

Based upon Elizabeth Walter's short story "Traveling Companion", this neatly-executed tale of suspense easily ranks as one of the high-points of the television anthology series "Ghost Story". Patricia Neal (in an Emmy-worthy performance) plays an ordinary woman, apparently on vacation and staying at a casino hotel, who can't figure out why her husband has checked out and left her behind. Neal's aching vulnerability--coupled with several gripping flashbacks--make for an intense circumstance, as she comes closer and closer to realizing the truth behind her situation. This is the type of scary yarn that can't be expanded upon too much--the thrust of the story would lose all of its power had writer Jimmy Sangster padded it. One-hour was just right to allow the tale to unfold carefully and precisely. All the performances here are strong, as is the direction and the production. As for Neal, she never hits a false note.


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