Stage 7: Season 1, Episode 19

Yesterday's Pawnshop (5 Jun. 1955)

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A recently re-married man has believed for nine years that his first wife drowned, although her body was never recovered. When he finds her diamond wedding ring in an antique shop, he begins to suspect otherwise.

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Episode complete credited cast:
Don Taylor ...
Arnold Spears
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Jill Spears
Paul Dubov ...
Leon Kramer
Ralph Moody ...
Antique Dealer
Peter Brocco ...
Tandowsky
Robert Foulk ...
Maloney
Jane Frazee ...
Mrs. Kramer
Robin Raymond ...
Landlady
Grady Sutton ...
Desk Clerk
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A recently re-married man has believed for nine years that his first wife drowned, although her body was never recovered. When he finds her diamond wedding ring in an antique shop, he begins to suspect otherwise.

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Held My Attention and Kept Me Guessing
17 March 2014 | by (Los Angeles) – See all my reviews

I found this on a DVD called the Golden Age of Television, vol. 14. I had bought it to see Ronald Colman, in a TV short called The Lost Silk Hat, that let me down. This was the best episode on the disc, I thought. A man has been married less than a year, and his new wife wants him to look at some antique lamps. In the shop, he sees a ring he clearly recognizes, but he doesn't want his wife to know of his interest. He returns later to find out how the ring got there and follows the trail back to get answers to a nine-year-old mystery in his life. It kept me guessing, and the more that was revealed, the more interested I became. Usually these simple TV stories that relied mostly on dialogue turn out to be a waste of your half hour unless you particularly like one of the actors. This one had a slight Twilight Zone feel to it and a satisfying ending.


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