Science Fiction Theatre: Season 2, Episode 21

One Thousand Eyes (7 Sep. 1956)

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A police researcher, using a newly developed camera, solves the murders of a renowned scientist and the prime suspect in the scientist's death.

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A police researcher, using a newly developed camera, solves the murders of a renowned scientist and the prime suspect in the scientist's death.

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A Nicely Done Mystery
20 July 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Once again Vincent Price steals the show. A problem for me is the challenge of thinking of him as a villain. I know he was a romantic lead for many years. In this episode, he is a forensics guy who is trying to gain respect as a solver of crimes. Not engaging the old fashioned grunt work of the police department. He goes to investigate the death of an older scientist who has been married to a much younger woman, a former flame of Price. Price discovers a kind of camera that seems capable of freezing events in a kind of holographic display. What Price sees is the solution to the crime and that's what makes this such an entertaining episode.


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