Suspicion (1957–1958)
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When a man accidentally reads a letter addressed to another and refuses to reveal the contents, their relationship at the remote African outpost reaches the breaking point.

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Nigel Crossley
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GeorgeWillis
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Col. Selby
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Philip Adams
Arthur Gould-Porter ...
Marty (as A.E. Gould-Porter)
Martin Wilkins ...
Samba
Walter Kingsford ...
Doctor
George Pelling ...
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Barry Harvey
Laurence Conroy
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When a man accidentally reads a letter addressed to another and refuses to reveal the contents, their relationship at the remote African outpost reaches the breaking point.

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outpost | letter | englishman | africa | See All (4) »

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2 December 1957 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound Recording)

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1.33 : 1
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Every man has the right to have his own privacy.
24 September 2015 | by See all my reviews

It looks like a story written for stage, theatre stage play, I mean, you have also got what I drive at. Two men arguing about letters they write or receive and for which one asks the other to read. This sounds absurd at first sight, and well it may actually be. But this is rather unusual, even not for all audiences. I thought a little about a sort of Eugene Ionesco play. It takes place somewhere in the jungle, in a post where the two men are in charge of something. Don't wait for much action scenes, but only talks. James Neilson was more known for Disney Productions, some westerns such as NIGHT PASSAGE, an Audie Murphy and Jimmy Stewart vehicle.

In summary, you can try watching this episode, it's certainly not uninteresting but you also can live without it.


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