Kraft Suspense Theatre: Season 2, Episode 24

The Long Ravine (6 May 1965)

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Paul Campbell (a pre-Hawaii Five-0 Jack Lord) has a dream - hitting a gold strike. His wife Dorothy (Lisabeth Hush) has heard it all many... See full synopsis »

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Chris Sandee
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Walter 'Pop' Tullett
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Ken Drake ...
Monty Warneke
Thomas Browne Henry ...
George Whipple (as Tom Browne Henry)
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Paul Campbell (a pre-Hawaii Five-0 Jack Lord) has a dream - hitting a gold strike. His wife Dorothy (Lisabeth Hush) has heard it all many... See full synopsis »

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Worth a late night watch.
23 May 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This episode of Kraft Suspense Theater, an hour long mid-'60's TV dramatic series, has a solid cast including Oscar winner Broderick Crawford and a pre-Hawaii Five-0 Jack Lord. Look for well known character actors in lessor rolls. It also has a script with the usual 'Crisis' twist at the end, and a musical score by 5 time Oscar winner John Williams. Although not quite up to theoretical standards, most Suspense Theater episodes are decent productions and worth watching regardless of the fact it's a TV program from over 40 years ago. The video transfer is also decent, with good color and detail. See the synopsis for my take on the plot details, which include spoilers. As seen on Retro TV Network (RTN) May 2009.


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