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Ferry to Fox Island 

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Marje Fallon
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Cora Davis
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Sgt. Johnson
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Frank
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Poppa
Gayle Kellogg ...
Griff Davis
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29 January 1955 (USA)  »

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It's just okay.
2 January 2017 | by See all my reviews

Jan Sterling stars in as well as introduces this installment of "The Star and the Story"--an anthology series which featured a different star in the leads. Each, like this one, is introduced by the star and they give some supposed reason they chose this script. I doubt that this is true, as I can only assume Sterling would have chosen a better one than this if she had the chance. It isn't that it's a bad script but it sure has problems and her character is all over the place emotionally and it makes her hard to believe.

When the film begins, Marje (Sterling) is meeting with her fiancé to discuss their pending wedding plans as well as to give him her $2000 so he can invest it. Later, he never arrives for the wedding and she begins to suspect he ran off with her money. The trail leads to the ferry to Fox Island...as well as to a car that plunged off the side of the ferry.

As I said, Marje is a very inconsistent character and emotionally labile. The character just isn't very easy to believe and her actions so inconsistent it makes the teleplay just okay and nothing better.


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