A lady attorney is faced with a newlywed client who first comes to her with a problem- she didn't divorce her first husband before being remarried, and that man wants her back. Things take a dark turn when he's murdered soon after.

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Ann Scotland
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Woody Woodruff
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Susan Harris
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Harvey Harris
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Lieutenant Riva
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Pete Kemmer (as Robert Forrest)
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A lady attorney is faced with a newlywed client who first comes to her with a problem- she didn't divorce her first husband before being remarried, and that man wants her back. Things take a dark turn when he's murdered soon after.

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13 April 1956 (USA)  »

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Unsold pilot for a proposed but unrealized series 'Affairs of Ann'. See more »

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The advantage to divorce before married again.

A woman just to get married again whilst not being divorced yet sees her husband killed. So, she becomes the prime suspect, see? Well, nothing exceptional here, only that is usually a man who is suspected of a crime he did not commit, not a gal. Not bad, a enjoyable little crime drama, a good time waster for only twenty minutes. Such scheme would have been good enough for a big screen feature. I won't spoil you this story any further, because it deserves to be seen anyway. An Alfred Hitchcock's like film if you wish, or AH's hour, but not an AH PRESENTS series episode although, because you have not here the famous twist ending, which is the AH PRESENTS trade mark. PEPSI COLA PLAYHOUSE was really an enjoyable show that gave us pretty good stuff.


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