In Wickfield, Mass. (just outside Boston) a quiet clean-cut young man confesses to murdering his wife. A local attorney who is dying agrees to see the man and comes away feeling there is a ... See full summary »

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Martin Rosetti
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Lina Rosetti
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Joe Monti
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Charlie Grimes
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Carlotta 'Charlotte' Monti
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Freddie Sackheim
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Grace Welch
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Paul Welch
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Alvin Piper
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Billy Rosetti (as Daniel Kulick)
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The Maid
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Father Daley
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Doctor Gregory
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In Wickfield, Mass. (just outside Boston) a quiet clean-cut young man confesses to murdering his wife. A local attorney who is dying agrees to see the man and comes away feeling there is a more to the case than premeditated murder. He finds there are motives involving the man's "pure" mother and "tramp" wife. Helping this man brings peace to the dying attorney. Written by dubchi

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Crime | Drama | Mystery

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23 April 1964 (USA)  »

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Golden-Age TV
6 January 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

A great example of the tail-end of the golden age of television. Terrific writing and acting and character development and storytelling that is more on par with feature film than TV, especially what passes for TV nowadays. If you're a fan of Roy Huggins and Alfred Hitchcock you'll love it. If you lament the demise of shows such as Route 66 and The Naked City you'll love it. If you're Catholic you'll love it. If you think we should remove "In God We Trust" from our money, if you are a man with highlights in your hair, if you think children shouldn't be allowed to pledge their allegiance to the U.S. during school, and, possibly, if you have never operated a phone with a rotary dial you'll likely not understand this film at all. In that case I suggest you change the channel to a reality show, pop some microwave popcorn, and play with your ferret.


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