A man searches for the cause of his wife's unprecedented physical and mental transformation.


(as Charles Dubin)


(story) (as Lewis Padgett), (story) (as Lewis Padgett) | 1 more credit »

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Episode cast overview:
Tim Hathaway
Meg Mundy ...
Joanne Hathaway
Donald Briggs ...
Will Jethroe (as Don Briggs)
Mel Ruick ...
Dr. Jack Farleigh (as Melville Ruich)


Tim Hathaway is distraught by the changes that have come over his wife Joanne. She is becoming more beautiful, more intelligent, and increasingly distant. She disappears and he tracks her down, finally forcing her to reveal the frightening reason behind her metamorphosis. Written by Christopher M. Buckey

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Drama | Horror | Sci-Fi




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28 September 1951 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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This one is screaming for a re-make
3 September 2012 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

This episode of "Tales of Tomorrow" is frustrating. The basic story is fantastic—but the production values are strictly bottom of the barrel. Even by early 50s TV standards, it's a shabby production—with cheesy organ music (like you'd hear on a radio soap opera) and bad acting—especially by the lead.

The episode is told through a flashback—a man is trying to explain his actions. It seems that the problem began when the family doctor was concerned about Joana. Her heart has shrunk, ribs healed inexplicably and her appendix is inexplicably missing! It's like it isn't her—and her husband (who's telling the story) confronts her about this. She says that she believes this, as she find her mind and body transforming—into something powerful and super-human. In fact, she announces that she's leaving her husband, as soon she'll have evolved so much that he'll be like a pet to her! What happens in the rest of the film is really creepy—and I would LOVE to see this remade. Much like a great "Twilight Zone" or "Outer Limits" episode but with a bargain basement budget!

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