Medic: Season 2, Episode 31

This Strange Ending (27 Aug. 1956)

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Promising 19-year-old ballerina Laurie Allen's 1947 death from cancer becomes a personal obsession for newspaper reporter Joe Bailey, who conducts a series of interviews that he hopes will reveal the true story behind her untimely demise.

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Hank Weaver ...
Joe Bailey
Vinton Hayworth ...
Dr. Kellog
Shirley Russell ...
Fay Gordon
Grace Lenard ...
Natalie Wagner
William A. Forester ...
Dr. Stanley Lowell
Ralph Clanton ...
Dr. Fredericks
Paul Burke ...
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Promising 19-year-old ballerina Laurie Allen's 1947 death from cancer becomes a personal obsession for newspaper reporter Joe Bailey, who conducts a series of interviews that he hopes will reveal the true story behind her untimely demise.

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Dr. Konrad Styner: Our actual case history tonight concerns the field of internal medicine. The object in point, a death certificate. The case in point, Laurie Marie Allen. Nineteen years old, young, beautiful, alive. Out to make a mark for herself in the world of show business. Strong-willed, she was well prepared to gain the ultimate end - stardom. Everyone and everything was working in her favor until the very last moment, and then fate stepped in. And Laurie Allen's dream of glory turned, retreated, and ...
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