Short Short Dramas: Season 1, Episode 53

Follow-Up (31 Mar. 1953)

TV Episode  -   -  Comedy | Drama
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Albert Ingram, a down-on-his-luck newspaper reporter, gets a hot tip for a story that could propel him back into the big time. Acting on information that the socialite wife of a millionaire... See full summary »

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Episode credited cast:
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Albert Ingram
Joseph Anthony ...
Mr. Frost
Bernard Burke ...
Mr. Burke
Robert Christopher ...
Nate
Roland Wood ...
Butler
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Anita Anton ...
Waitress
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Albert Ingram, a down-on-his-luck newspaper reporter, gets a hot tip for a story that could propel him back into the big time. Acting on information that the socialite wife of a millionaire recluse is returning to New York City after 15 years separation from her husband, Ingram is determined get the story even though he caused the estrangement between husband and wife when he printed details of the businessman's tawdry past. Written by David Bassler

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31 March 1953 (USA)  »

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An offbeat story

A very short episode, directed by Will Jason. A reporter investigates about a wealthy man, whose wife got away for more than fifteen years, and then comes back, announced arriving soon at the airport. The reporter goes close to the wealthy man, who recognized him just before, from his apartment window. The wealthy man gets tired of this journalist, he knows by reputation since a long time, a journalist who almost harassed him in his articles. The rich man, since all these years, always kept away from people, hidden from the news.

So, in a restaurant, the reporter sits besides the wealthy man, and begins to talk to him. Our lead, who has recognized him, accepts the talk, and simulates that he doesn't know who he really is. He tells the reporter his life story. To make everything clear.

The last shot of the episode gives the audience all the truth about this.

Not bad.


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