Tales of Tomorrow: Season 1, Episode 8

The Dark Angel (28 Sep. 1951)

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


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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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Interesting Premise/Doesn't Quite Work
26 July 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This offering is about a woman who is apparently some kind of alien presence. She knows that she is evolving into something that her husband won't be able to handle and leaves him. At the outset, the husband is confronted by what appears to be a lawman, because supposedly the wife was murdered by him. The story is told in flashback by the husband. He has a serious problem letting the wife go. In actuality, she gives him plenty of warning about who she is. He can't let go. Until, she kills a bartender for looking at her the wrong way. This doesn't have the spark that some of the earlier episodes have. Poor production value and pacing. Also, the husband is rally hard to swallow.

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