Executive Bradley Meredith is responsible for the unsolved murder of a go-go dancer, so the victim's vindictive grandfather Old Man Doubleday invites him to the family's dilapidated old ... See full summary »

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Executive Bradley Meredith is responsible for the unsolved murder of a go-go dancer, so the victim's vindictive grandfather Old Man Doubleday invites him to the family's dilapidated old farmhouse, which comes complete with a pack of wild dogs. Written by Anonymous

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Vengeance
13 November 2014 | by (North America) – See all my reviews

Ross Martin plays philandering businessman Bradley Meredith, who returns from vacation and receives a threatening note about a go-go dancer he had an affair with and murdered, though got away with. He drives out to a remote location to pay the blackmail demand, but instead falls into a carefully laid trap created by her vengeful grandfather(played menacingly by Burl Ives) who wants him to pay for his crime, and offers him a stark way out of the trap as soon as Sonny comes... Best episode of this truncated season is a real knockout, with fine acting and quite a forceful script and direction. Mercilessly bleak of course, with a humdinger of an ending.


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