Suspicion: Season 1, Episode 29

The Way Up to Heaven (28 Apr. 1958)

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When a domineering husband is trapped in his apartment's elevator, his wife decides to go on a six-week vacation leaving him helpless between floors.

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Mr. Foster
Albert Carrier ...
Pierre
Nancy DeCarl ...
Celeste
Kathryn Givney ...
Jane
Joseph Holland
Selmer Jackson ...
Walker
Allen Kramer
Dorothea Lord
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Mrs. Foster
Tony Maxwell ...
Robert
Patricia Smith ...
Ellen
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When a domineering husband is trapped in his apartment's elevator, his wife decides to go on a six-week vacation leaving him helpless between floors.

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Travel not so broadening.
9 February 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

One of my favorites I saw as a kid (parents were big Hitchcock fans & didn't mind my being spooked): Sebastian Cabot is grumpy Mr. Foster, who doesn't share missus's (wonderfully ditsy Marion Lorne) enthusiasm for travel.

Prolonging departure on a cruise, the Mister charges back into the fancy apartment building (which, evidently, is occupied solely by the Fosters: to prep for the cruise, they've sent their staff away), only to get stuck in the elevator. Mrs. Foster discovers this; chooses to depart without the old man.

She returns some weeks later to find ... well, grumpy Mr. Foster's grumpy no more, & Mrs. contemplates another trip.


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