A man traveling to San Francisco tries to avoid a premonition his wife had in her dream



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Episode cast overview:
Eduardo D'Alessio
Tina D'Alessio
Airline Stewardess (as Judi Boutin)
Nesdon Booth ...
Fred Kruger ...
Airline Clerk
Wilson Wood ...
Dr. Reynolds
Katherine Warren ...
Mrs. Reynolds (as Katharine Warren)
Garage Attendant (as Norm Alden)
Jim Hayward ...
Westbrook Van Voorhis ...
Himself - Narrator


A man traveling to San Francisco tries to avoid a premonition his wife had in her dream

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Release Date:

16 April 1957 (USA)  »

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Sound Mix:

(RCA Sound Recording)

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Final Destination series scheme before its time.

Very interesting this tale of a woman living a nightmare during her sleep, where her husband is killed in a car crash, with a beautiful brunette aboard. She wakes crying and tells her husband about her nightmare. She points out that, in her dream, her husband had lost his glasses. Her husband tells her that it was only a bad dream, nothing else.

The next morning, the husband has to make a business trip by aircraft to San Francisco. So, nothing to do with a car journey.

Except that, in the plane, during the travel, he accidentally breaks his glasses...He begins to wonder...A terrific sequence for the watcher, I assure you.

When the plane arrives at the airport, where the husband is supposed to take another plane, he is told that it will be impossible because a storm coming. So, the only way for him to arrive where he has to go is to rent a car...

Here, our lead wonders again, especially when he sees a brunette in the car he itends to rent, with another passenger. He cancel the deal and eventually finds a man who accepts to take him with him in his car. But, in the back seat, stands...

Guess who...

An outstanding scheme for this period. This could have been in AH Presents.


I won't spoil it any further.

Now, in 2013, every one thinks of FINAL DESTINATION series.

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