Karl Lippert has two problems, on the lam after a robbery that resulted in murder, he's brought his wife with him, and the police are trying to locate her because she is taking medicine ... See full summary »

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Lt. Price Adams
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Karl Lippert
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Eve Lippert
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Felix Pascal
John Beradino ...
Sgt. Vince Cavelli
John Clarke ...
Off. Joe Huddleston (as John Clark)
Greg Roman ...
Off. Pete Garcia
Joseph Mell ...
Len Comey (as Joe Mell)
Selette Cole ...
Marge (as Salette Cole)
Bernard Kates ...
Dr. Lester
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Mrs. Duke
Marc Cavell ...
Frankie
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Karl Lippert has two problems, on the lam after a robbery that resulted in murder, he's brought his wife with him, and the police are trying to locate her because she is taking medicine that has accidentally been switched with a deadly poison. Written by WesternOne

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24 October 1961 (USA)  »

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This segment was adapted from a radio play for the CBS Radio drama series "Suspense." The original 1955 script was written by "The New Breed" creator Hank Searls. See more »

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Familiar scheme but well made.

This kind of scheme has already been used a dozen times before in many drama or crime TV series, even on the big screen in such item as Elia Kazan's PANIC IN THE STREETS. See for yourself, folks. A woman is being given a wrong prescription at the local drugstore and so she takes a lethal risk in using this medicine. Our lead police crew have to find this woman. OK I admit that, in this kind of topic, this also may be diseases that it is about and not just wrong medicines...But the suspense is exactly the same. But don't worry, you also have some criminal elements here, elements to which the cops will be related thanks to the wrong prescription stuff. See what I mean? This makes a rather clever screen play, isn'it? I was happy to see here Gary Merril

  • Mr Bette Davis off screen - and Simon Oakland too.



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