Suspense (1949–1954)
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The Man Who Cried Wolf 

An attaché working at the Russian embassy in Mexico is about to be called home for becoming too friendly with the freedom-loving locals. In exchange for asylum, he frantically tries to ... See full summary »

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Meros Leckow (as Martin Brooks)
Marian Winters ...
Lilja
David J. Stewart ...
Cardozas (as David Stewart)
Logan Ramsey ...
Rivera
Gilbert Green ...
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Jack Carron ...
Pepe
Fred Sadoff ...
Zapotin
Joe Abdullah ...
Alvarez
Darryl Richard ...
Ivan
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An attaché working at the Russian embassy in Mexico is about to be called home for becoming too friendly with the freedom-loving locals. In exchange for asylum, he frantically tries to interest a newspaper and the Justice Department in papers showing a communist conspiracy involving some in the Mexican government. No one believes him because of the propaganda he tried to peddle them the year before. Written by Jay Phelps <jaynashvil@aol.com>

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9 June 1953 (USA)  »

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"The Man Who Cried Wolf" was previously adapted on the Suspense radio show February 9, 1953. See more »

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