The Pepsi-Cola Playhouse (1953–1955)
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Passage Home 

Dodson paid the captain of a freighter $200 for passage back to the US. Instead, he's robbed and dumped on a tropical island by the shady seaman. Dodson's taken in by a local who complains ... See full summary »

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Clark Dodson
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Jean Howell ...
Carrie
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Captain Scannlen
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Crabtree
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Dodson paid the captain of a freighter $200 for passage back to the US. Instead, he's robbed and dumped on a tropical island by the shady seaman. Dodson's taken in by a local who complains about how the skipper's been stealing his checks from the mail delivery. The two hatch a plan to get their money back. Written by Jay Phelps <jaynashvil@aol.com>

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3 April 1955 (USA)  »

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Good adventure yarn
8 June 2016 | by See all my reviews

That's one more good example of a tale that should have been a long length movie picture instead a simple twenty minutes episode. I won't tell you again the topic already fully explained in the summary line, but that's exactly what it is, a solid and vivid adventure story with John Doucette and Brian Keith, both more than convincing for such a scheme. Good exotic atmosphere, a very carefully made piece of work which I find far too short. But at least, you can't be bored with such length. The director Herschell Daugherty was a real pro in his field, he made many other items like this one. Good fight scene, a sort of Republic Studios trade mark...The only drawback would be the too much predictable ending. But it's worth watching.


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