Science Fiction Theatre: Season 1, Episode 33

Beyond Return (9 Dec. 1955)

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A doctor discovers a way to reverse degenerate diseases. He experiments on a young woman who makes a complete recovery. He discovers she is beginning to exhibit extraordinary physical ... See full summary »

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Truman Bradley ...
Host / Narrator
Zachary Scott ...
Dr. Erwin Bach
Joan Vohs ...
Kyra Zelas
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Dr. Dan Scott (as Peter Hanson)
Tom De Graffenreid ...
Police Officer (as Tom de Graffenried)
Alan Reynolds ...
Police Officer
Dennis Moore ...
Robbery Victim
Elizabeth Slifer ...
Mrs. Shea, Housekeeper (as Lizz Slifer)
James Seay ...
James Russell
Kay Faylen ...
Blonde Nurse
Toni Carroll ...
Brunette Nurse
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A doctor discovers a way to reverse degenerate diseases. He experiments on a young woman who makes a complete recovery. He discovers she is beginning to exhibit extraordinary physical abilities, and he realizes he must reverse the process before it is too late. Written by glenchapman@ruraltel.net

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Malpractice and Worse
17 July 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This may be one of the worst of all episodes. A young woman is dying of tuberculosis. She has no chance. Enter a doctor who has developed a serum drawn from fruit flies. It has worked on guinea pigs and other critters, but has never been tested on humans. The young woman, who has no will to say no, is talked into being injected with this stuff. Well, it works, but in the process, it changes her personality and her being. She becomes mean and selfish and, get this, blonde. If that's not enough, her manipulative side gets her to be a cover girl fashion model. She's even going to marry the publisher of the magazine, who is already married. The men must act to change her back to her old personality. What the do is so remarkably dangerous, it would have gotten them thrown out of the medical profession. Even in a primitive show like this one, there has to be some semblance of reality when it comes to medical ethics.


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