Dr. William Stanhope, Maris' physician, is charged with murdering his wealthy wife. The couple had feuded over his self-centered behavior, her refusal to fund his research center, and his ... See full summary »

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Dr. William Stanhope, Maris' physician, is charged with murdering his wealthy wife. The couple had feuded over his self-centered behavior, her refusal to fund his research center, and his personal assistant, a delusional young woman who claimed he was in love with her. Written by Jay Phelps <jaynashvil@aol.com>

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26 November 1960 (USA)  »

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So so episode
2 August 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Herbert Maris' physician is arrested for the murder of his wealthy and jealous wife. The episode is notable for its strong supporting cast - Wanda Hendrix, June Vincent and Jackie Coogan. Hendrix plays Wendy Adams, Dr. Stanhope's assistant; Wendy is a strange and unlikable young woman. Although Wendy apparently has a boyfriend, a lifeguard at a local club, she makes an inept play for Maris. Coogan is Mrs. Stanhope' s brother Pinky Wintrop, a buffoon of a man who drinks too much. Unbelievably, the somewhat glamorous June Vincent is Pinky's devoted wife. The whole episode is odd, right down to the unveiling of the murderer. It's all a bit of a mishmash with no real detection but still worth a watch because of the supporting cast.


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