This show from "Kraft Theatre" can be found on DVD #8 from Alpha Video's "Golden Age of Television" series. It consists of two teleplays from the first twenty or so years of the medium. Unfortunately, the DVD does not include captions or special features.
Also, before I begin I will point out that the credits for this show are simply wrong and I've sent a correction to IMDb. Perhaps they have changed it by the time you read this. The character 'Odette' was played by Olive Deering--it says so in the show's credits. However, currently it lists Anne Francis in this role. Francis simply looks nothing like the character--as Odette has no mole, the hair color is different and the face is very different. No, it's NOT Anne Francis.
The show is set in the present but most of it consists of a flashback to WWII. Apparently, some government official has come to make an arrest due to a supposed theft of property during the war. The CO of the company of men (E.G. Marshall) tells the investigator about a romance between Odette and Kelly (Mark Roberts). It's all fairly interesting but never rises to anything more. Not a bad script and not bad acting either--just nothing that excited me or kept me that interested. If you do watch, look for George Reeves in a role as a sergeant.
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