Science Fiction Theatre: Season 2, Episode 26

The Voice (26 Oct. 1956)

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Episode cast overview:
Truman Bradley ...
Host / Narrator
Roger Brown
Kristine Miller ...
Anna Brown
William Phipps ...
Dr. Stockton (as Bill Phipps)
Morris Ankrum ...
Dr. McDermott
Anthony Eustrel ...
Mendoza (as Antony Eustrel)
Billy Griffith ...
Old Man
Julian Burton ...
Young Man
Anna Navarro ...
Hal Hoover ...
Beverly Barnes ...
Unidentified Role
Bruce Payne ...
Edward Stevens


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Drama | Sci-Fi





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26 October 1956 (USA)  »

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(Western Electric Recording)

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1.33 : 1
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This is another ESP episode. A lawyer who disdains the use of extra sensory perception for commercial purposes, finds himself paralyzed in a plane crash. It seems that under duress he can send out information to people who can use the information. First, a couple guys who drive past him in desert and then stop and rescue him. His wife goes to see him in the hospital before a telegram arrives announcing his accident. A nurse and a doctor are also influenced by his brain output. Of course, now he is seen as a charlatan, even though he cannot communicate verbally in his paralysis. There is also a kicker. He has evidence about a death row inmate; evidence that will exonerate the man. This complicates his efforts to get his wishes known. This episode has a bit more substance.

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