An overly stressed, financially strapped, high powered businessman goes on a sales trip and wakes up suffering from amnesia after being assaulted. He settles in a small town, meets a nice ... See full summary »

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(as William Graham)

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George Press
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Ann 'Annie' Smith (as Kathryn Crosby)
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Helen Blaine
Paul Newlan ...
Doc Pierson
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Dr. Ludwig Horning
Brad Johnson ...
Jim McDowell
Geraldine Wall ...
Mrs. Suzie Smith
Edward Holmes ...
Fred Gulden
S. John Launer ...
The Executive
Roberto Contreras ...
The Truck Driver
Mark Tapscott ...
Gulden's Friend
Taggart Casey ...
Police Sergeant
Dal Jenkins ...
Workman / Car Hijacker
Charles Alvin Bell ...
The Guest
Edwin Rochelle ...
Clare Smith
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An overly stressed, financially strapped, high powered businessman goes on a sales trip and wakes up suffering from amnesia after being assaulted. He settles in a small town, meets a nice girl and gets a simple satisfying job. Then his memory returns. He goes back to his old life and finds unhappiness. What will he do? Written by dubchi

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Crime | Drama | Mystery

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27 February 1964 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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While the use of amnesia is a bit of cliché, it is a good episode.
13 October 2015 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

When the episode begins, a well to do executive (Cornel Wilde) is going on a business trip. However, he's beaten and mugged and never arrives at his destination. He cannot remember who he is and soon settles into a new life in a new town and marries. Here he becomes happy and is ready to create a whole new life. However, he suddenly remembers who he is and rushes back home. But he LIKES his new life as a mechanic and when he tells his wife he wants to make some changes, she is much more concerned about maintaining her class status and it looks like she's ready to change husbands!

The idea of amnesia has really been overused in films. It's a relatively rare phenomenon and often doesn't last long at all. So, with so many amnesia plots, I felt the whole idea was a bit stale. Fortunately, the stale idea was given some new life in this one as there are a few twists that keep it interesting. Worth seeing--so stick with this even with its amnesia theme.


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