A young woman begins to see visions in which she is attacked by a man.




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Episode credited cast:
Mrs. Ruth Desmond
Frank Moore
Ansel Garnett
Dora Hallam
Tippy Walker ...
Julie Desmond
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Shortly after starting a new job as a data processor, Julie Desmond begins to have a vision in which she returns home and is attacked by a strange man. Dr. Rhodes begins his investigation by questioning Julie's blind mother, who insists the vision has no basis in fact, and is adamant that ESP cannot possibly exist. But the vision may be connected with Julie's father, whom she was told died when she was an infant. Written by Ron Kerrigan <mvg@whidbey.com>

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7 October 1972 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Kids are people too!
27 September 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Forgive the corny summary line, but this episode has an aspect I don't think I've ever seen or heard about before, even if it wasn't carried out as perfectly as I would've liked. It starts with a painting of a daughter's adult head inside her mother's stomach, and it's revealed that this woman named Julie(Tippy Walker, in her final acting gig)actually saw how her father Frank Moore(Michael Strong)was framed for a murder he didn't commit; she sees this while as a baby in her mother's womb! The blind mother, Ruth Desmond, is played by a familiar face in June Allyson, although her role was more secondary to her daughter's. Regarding the murder, it turns out that the real murderer, not Frank, killed someone involved in extortion, and Frank tried to get in the way, but was knocked unconscious and a gun was put in his hand. It took Julie and Dr. Rhodes to share this vision in order to convince her mother that her husband is innocent, considering that Julie was lied to and was told that her father died, instead of being in prison. All in all, this was simply another solid episode with another wrinkle added in.

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