Studio One in Hollywood: Season 5, Episode 8

Plan for Escape (17 Nov. 1952)
"Studio One" Plan for Escape (original title)

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A crooked club owner's wife witnesses his murder, and has to flee from gangsters.



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Episode credited cast:
Peggy Ann Garner ...
Honey Weber
Alan Wall
Jean Carson ...
Victor Thorley ...
Mrs. Bailey
Bruce Gordon ...
Dave Weber
Joseph Sweeney ...
Dr. Wall
Charles McClelland ...
Peter Gumeny ...
Sheriff (as Peter Gumeney)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Paul Branson ...
Announcer (voice)
Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman


A crooked club owner's wife witnesses his murder, and has to flee from gangsters.

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17 November 1952 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Lyrics: Joan Whitney; Music: Alex Kramer
Sung by Jeanne Carson
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Too Much Emotion
9 October 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

A young gold digger gets hooked up with a mob boss. He gets killed in an attempt to take over his territory and she starts running. She gets off in a little Ohio town, meets a nice guy who sorts mail at the railroad station, and moves into a boarding house. Since she witnessed the shooting, the bad guys are after her. She is a frightened rabbit, afraid to face up to anything. She is incredibly unappealing. The nice guy falls for her but can't figure her out. If, at some point, she could have leveled with him, the plot would have stopped. I kept thinking, "I hope they shoot her and put her out of her misery!" There is some suspense here, but it just doesn't work very well. Of course, there is a time to pay the piper. One thing I wondered. How did she pay for the things she needed while on the lam. Oh well, no need to nitpick.

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