Lights Out: Season 3, Episode 36

Grey Reminder (30 Apr. 1951)

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Charlotte is distressed by the letters addressed tor her new husband that mysteriously appear at their door. Kenneth refuses to discuss their contents, but they clearly disturb him. Fearing... See full summary »

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Charlotte
John Newland ...
Kenneth
Helen Dumas ...
Mrs. Ashby (as Helene Dumas)
Parker McCormick ...
Dorothy
Frank Gallop ...
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Ralph Ball ...
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Charlotte is distressed by the letters addressed tor her new husband that mysteriously appear at their door. Kenneth refuses to discuss their contents, but they clearly disturb him. Fearing he's seeing another woman, Charlotte demands to know who's writing them. She's shocked to find they're from his domineering first wife who seems intent on controlling him even in death. Written by Jay Phelps <jaynashvil@aol.com>

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This live episode came up a few minutes short, so to fill out the half hour, a public service announcement for the 1951 American Cancer Society crusade is read. A slide promoting next week's episode is displayed on an Admiral television, and the announcer plugs "Admiral's fast-moving variety show, Stop the Music (1949), over another television network." See more »

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Not Wharton's Best
29 October 2013 | by (Orange County, CA.) – See all my reviews

As another reviewer wrote - this story is gripping 90% of the way through, and then "falls flat"; it's funny because as I started to watch it and realized it was an adaptation of Edith Wharton's short story "Pomegranate Seed", I said to myself, "Oh NO"! I felt so deflated at the end of that story that I was actually peeved. But then, there are SEVERAL of Wharton's stories that end like that - as if she just stopped writing before the piece was finished. This particular story is only good for those imaginative people who like to lay in bed at night thinking up decent endings for things. Otherwise, the viewer (or reader) will be disappointed.


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