Science Fiction Theatre: Season 2, Episode 1

Signals from the Heart (6 Apr. 1956)

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Truman Bradley ...
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Dr. Warren Stark
Walter Kingsford ...
Professor Tubor
Joyce Holden ...
Alma Stark
Gene Roth ...
Patrolman Tom Horton
Riza Royce ...
Mrs. Horton
Gregory Moffett ...
Jimmy Stark (as Greg Moffett)
Gordon Barnes ...
Chaney
Larry Kerr ...
Fielding
Michael Garth ...
Station 4 Officer
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Shapes of Things to Come
18 July 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is a bit dull. Once again a good man is nearly thrown in jail despite his not really doing anything wrong. He has treated a railroad engineer who has had a heart attack and who has died on the job, derailing his train, causing the deaths of numerous passengers. He had given him a clean bill of health based on a fundamental examination. Of course, the reporters pretty much wreck his reputation. He is left to work on a new kind of heart machine that would allow a doctor to monitor one of his patients while away from the office. This is such old science now that it seems trite. Yet we all know what has to happen for the man to redeem himself. Fortunately, he has the support of a colleague and his family. The fascinating thing is that the science predicted here has come to pass in such a short time.


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