A serial killer is on the loose in 1946 London with five victims so far. Elderly Mrs. Thompson rents a room to a secretive young Tim Matthews and is convinced he's the murderer. She calls ... See full summary »

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A serial killer is on the loose in 1946 London with five victims so far. Elderly Mrs. Thompson rents a room to a secretive young Tim Matthews and is convinced he's the murderer. She calls police after discovering a knife in his room. Meanwhile, Tim has taken a young woman he's obsessed with on a picnic in the country. Having been discharged from the Royal Air Force for physical reasons, he's insanely jealous of her former boyfriend, a strapping man who had served during the war. Written by Jay Phelps <jaynashvil@aol.com>

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At last in the Alfred Hitchcock manner...

A good SUSPENSE episode, at last, in the ALFRED HITCHCOCK PRESENTS manner, with a twist and surprising ending.

See for yourself. A young man, former RAF pilot during WW2, is suspected to kill people with a knife. His lodger, an old maid, thinks he is the killer. Some clues may let think of him about the murders. Our lead dates a young woman out and so and so...

And it appears SPOILERS SPOILERS SPOILERS SPOILERS SPOILERS that this very gal is the real murderer, because she wanted to frame him. She is a German native, and her family was killed during the war because the bombing raid. Because the RAF...

I won't tell you how it ends, but it's worthwhile. Not the usual scheme, with a predictable so so ending, as we can see so often in SUSPENSE TV shows.

Directed by Robert Mulligan.


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