Schlitz Playhouse: Season 7, Episode 33

The Town That Slept with the Lights On (16 May 1958)
"Schlitz Playhouse of Stars" The Town That Slept with the Lights On (original title)

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Jim Reardon
Diane Brewster ...
Joanne Simpson
Robert Middleton ...
Sheriff Ed Mullen
Shepperd Strudwick ...
Elliott Simpson
Victor Millan ...
Joe Rivera
Joseph Vitale ...
Father Rodriguez
John Mitchum ...
Gibbs
Emile Meyer ...
Earl Hollowell
Bill Baldwin ...
Desk Clerk
Stan Jones ...
Deputy (as G. Stanley Jones)
Frances Morris ...
Townswoman
Ken Hooker ...
Bartender
Ronnie Hansen ...
Townsman (as Ron Hansen)
Francisco Villalobos ...
Old Man Rivera
David Armstrong ...
Deputy
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(RCA Sound Recording)

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1.33 : 1
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This was written by Edmond O'Brien's brother, Liam O'Brien. See more »

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Interesting TV episode

It seems that it is the only TV episode show that Edmond O'Brien made. He directed two movies, film noirs. I don't remember the titles. But I can say they are fairly good.

This TV episode is rather à drama, in the line of Arthur Penn's THE CHASE, where, in a small town, a man is falsely accused of a murder and threatened to be lynched by the mob. O'Brien plays here the lead character, a journalist who tries to save the innocent man's neck.

We find here such "faces" as Emile Meyer, as the mob leader, and Robert Middleton.

An acceptable TV show. It really looks like a classic feature but shorter. The topic and the story construction have nothing to do with Alfred Hitchcock Presents - or Hour - story lines, which are typically TV products, with twists endings.

Here, everything is predictable, as in a classic movie.

But it's worth seeing.


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