Father Leonard Winger (Stockwell), a young priest planning his first sermon, encounters a young man (Blake) in his church who tells him he has just killed a young woman at a masquerade ... See full summary »

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Running Man
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Father Brice
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Maravelli
Laura Devon ...
Girl At Party
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Girl at Party
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Sergeant Proser
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Woman
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Man at Party
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Man at Party
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Father Leonard Winger
Dorothy Dells
Mary Gregory
Barry Cahill
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Father Leonard Winger (Stockwell), a young priest planning his first sermon, encounters a young man (Blake) in his church who tells him he has just killed a young woman at a masquerade party. Believing the girl may still be alive, the priest heads to the party to find her. But he is torn between his duty as a priest and his duty as a citizen to tell the police all he knows. Written by rbecker28

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28 January 1964 (USA)  »

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Confession in question

When you see this story, you can't prevent yourself to think about Alfred Hitchcock's I CONFESS where Monty Clift plays nearly the same character Guy Stockwell does here. A priest who has to deal with a murderer who comes to confession. For the rest, you will notice some kind of differences, new developments here. It's not a usual story, and that may reserve you some good surprise. I admit that it is not my favourite of the whole show, but it is not uninteresting either. As usual, you have here powerful performances from Robert Blake in particular, with predictable results in the ending. Directed by Richard Boone


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