In California,a young French-Canadian secretary relentlessly pursues marriage to a dull, married, middle-aged accountant. The man is flattered but mystified. What does the woman really want from him?

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Steve Zaro
Annie Fargue ...
Yvette Duval (as Annie Fargé)
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Lt. John Curwood
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Mildred Zaro
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Dorothy Nehf
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Adam Conway
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In California,a young French-Canadian secretary relentlessly pursues marriage to a dull, married, middle-aged accountant. The man is flattered but mystified. What does the woman really want from him?

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12 March 1964 (USA)  »

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The title is a line from the play "The Life and Death of King John" by William Shakespeare. See more »

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See Jack Klugman without his usual toupee.
13 October 2015 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

During much of his career, Jack Klugman wore a toupee. I don't think it was out of vanity, as I saw him interviewed without it several times. But in this pre-"Odd Couple" appearance he's without the hair piece--and it makes sense considering he's supposed to be playing a relatively dull middle aged man.

In this installment of "Kraft Suspense Theatre" which was directed by Ida Lupino, Jack Klugman plays Steve--a rather ordinary executive. A new lady, Yvette, comes to work at the same company and soon she is contriving all sorts of situations in order to be alone with Steve. After a while, it's pretty obvious she's trying to snag Steve--even though he's a happily married man. She even does what she can to break up the marriage...and wow is it going to be bad!! But why...what's with this need to have Steve?! And how will Lt. Curwood (Pat O'Brien) figure into all this?

This is a rather chilling and well made show. I loved Yvette's character and the episode worked pretty well. The only negative was with the time slot, the ending came a bit too quickly--but you cannot really blame the writer for this.


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