Robert Montgomery Presents: Season 8, Episode 8

One Bright Day (29 Oct. 1956)

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The president of a drug company returns from Europe to an awaiting lawsuit alleging that one of their medicines killed a boy. After being convinced of the drug's toxicity, he must choose to... See full summary »

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The president of a drug company returns from Europe to an awaiting lawsuit alleging that one of their medicines killed a boy. After being convinced of the drug's toxicity, he must choose to either to directly alert the public or, as others at the firm suggest, quietly remove it from the market. Written by Jay Phelps <jaynashvil@aol.com>

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