Kraft Suspense Theatre (1963–1965)
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Four college students rundown a pedestrian on Christmas Eve, but refuse to say who drove. The well-off father of 1 student arranges for preferential treatment for all, to spare his family's... See full summary »

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Thomas Bollington
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Janet Bollington
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Paul Durbin
Peter Helm ...
Willis Maudry
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Edna Bollington
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Althea Winton
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Mr. McMurty
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Assistant District Attorney
Hugh Sanders ...
Marty Griswald
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Franklin
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Officer Six (as Claude Jones)
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Susan
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Motel Proprietor
John Mayo ...
Cop
David Greer ...
Sherwood
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Four college students rundown a pedestrian on Christmas Eve, but refuse to say who drove. The well-off father of 1 student arranges for preferential treatment for all, to spare his family's name, but the flippant attitude of the students tortures him, so he's torn about covering up for the driver, even if it is his only daughter. Written by David Stevens

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Crime | Drama | Mystery

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7 November 1963 (USA)  »

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(Pathé)

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1.33 : 1
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Closing credits misidentify the character Marty Griswald as "Walter Griswold". See more »

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Amazing in more than one way
20 March 2013 | by See all my reviews

Splendid episode of the old Kraft show, this one works on more than one level. Four young adults, after spending a booze-soaked nights in a motel, run over and kill a pedestrian. When questioned by the police, they refuse to ID the driver. The father of one of one the four bails them out, and they spend Christmas Eve at his house. While their defiant attitude bewilders him, he makes it his mission to sort our the truth, largely to protect his only daughter. Robert Ryan, who got a lot stiffer as he aged, here is first rate as a middle-aged dad trying to save his daughter and deal with her defiant ans cavalier attitude. Katharine Ross is the daughter and Brandon Dewilde-lookalike Adam Roarke is her beau. Besides the mystery of who was driving, the plot has to do with the privileged class, the kind that goes to private schools and ivy league universities -- and we're not talking scholarship kiddies. .


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