The situation gets dangerously complicated when a money-challenged sculptor gets romantically involved with a wealthy married woman and her temperamental daughter who are vacationing in Italy.



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Episode cast overview:
Hugo Myrich
Sarah Middleton
Daphne Middleton
Frederick Bergen
Lou Krugman ...
The Chief of Police
The Casino Manager
Joseph Gallison ...
The Page Boy
Jan Arvan ...
The Museum Guard
Danielle Aubry ...
The Cigarette Girl
John Goulet ...
The Italian Waiter
John Siegfried ...
The Austrian Youth


Along the plush Italian Riviera in San Remo,Italy an internationally known sculptor/Lothario becomes involved with a wealthy on the prowl married American lady.When he also at the same time begins an affair with her daughter,things become complicated.The end-up features both tragedy and twisted "justice". Written by dubchi

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Crime | Drama | Mystery





Release Date:

24 October 1963 (USA)  »

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(as color by Pathé)

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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3 March 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The best that can be said for this episode from the old Kraft Suspense Theatre anthology series is that it plays like a theatrical release rather than a cheap TV concoction. Beautifully photographed, making good use of the Universal back lot and stock footage of Italy, with a surprisingly good musical score and excellent sound quality. An American expatriate (Young) who is a penniless sculptor takes up with a wealthy married American (Foch) on holiday and her young, spoiled daughter (Crawford, a Tippi Hedrin lookalike and the producer's daughter). Tragedy predictably ensues, and the ending has a nice twist. Peter Lorre, who died shortly after filming this, plays the sculptor's roommate. This was made around the same time Lorre starred in Roger Corman's "The Raven." Not much suspense, but a Hitchcockian feel should keep up your interest. And be sure to check out the ladies' various costumes, hairdos, headgear and bathing apparel. They're to die for. Die laughing, that is.

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