Kraft Suspense Theatre: Season 1, Episode 15

My Enemy, This Town (6 Feb. 1964)

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A young man returns to Santa Marta, California after seven years,having been paroled on a ten year term for raping a local girl.He finds resentment from his father and the townsfolk.What no... See full summary »

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Episode cast overview:
Scott Marlowe ...
Johnny Baroja
Diane McBain ...
Mary Jorgenson
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Edward Martin
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Ann Hilts
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Sheriff Harder
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Ben Jorgenson
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Deputy Raynor (as Bill Smith)
Rod Lauren ...
Arturo Baroja
George N. Neise ...
Ted Bausfield (as George Neise)
Bartlett Robinson ...
The Prosecutor
Louise Glenn ...
Edna Jeffries
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The Judge
John Zaremba ...
Charles Raven
Martin Garralaga ...
Papa Baroja
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Mama Baroja
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A young man returns to Santa Marta, California after seven years,having been paroled on a ten year term for raping a local girl.He finds resentment from his father and the townsfolk.What no one will believe is that he is innocent.His "plan" to clear himself runs into a problem-he is set up to take a fall again. Written by dubchi

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Barbara Nichols
10 October 2010 | by (richardson, texas) – See all my reviews

Barbara Nichols is the woman near the end of the episode that attempts to set Johnny (Scott Marlowe) up for rape again.

Diane McBain is the woman who lied and sent Johnny to prison for seven years before he returned to his hometown of Santa Marta.

Marlowe is a good actor. McBain just average, in my opinion. Nichols was stereotyped as a ditsy, blonde years before this show.

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Tony

Tony Lyndell Williams


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