Two people try a series of frantic telephone calls to contact their friend Billy, who intends to kill himself.

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Two people try a series of frantic telephone calls to contact their friend Billy, who intends to kill himself.

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17 April 1955 (USA)  »

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This should have been a lot better
13 July 2015 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

Lee Bowman and Jean Byron star in this installment of "Stage 7". The pair are quite good though the overall production is not very convincing and the ending a huge disappointment.

The film begins with a married couple (Bowman and Byron) receiving a record from a mutual friend. It's a record with instructions to wait until 6pm to play it. However, they don't wait and realize the recording is the guy's suicide plans...and by 6pm he plans to be dead! So it's a frantic worldwide search for this diplomat--and the ending, sadly, just doesn't make any sense. After all, the guy is suicidal and yet everyone acts like life is grand and it's all some big misunderstanding! In addition the crappy scene supposedly set in India is about as Indian as a pizza! Probably not worth your time unless you are a Lee Bowman groupie...and I doubt if there are too many of those left.


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