Thriller (1960–1962)
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A beach bum locks onto a wealthy young woman whose sadness is as obvious as her flashy jewels and sports car. At first Ralphie Teal only desires a quick score, but when the comely Ms. ... See full summary »

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A beach bum locks onto a wealthy young woman whose sadness is as obvious as her flashy jewels and sports car. At first Ralphie Teal only desires a quick score, but when the comely Ms. Landers forgives his larceny in exchange for his serious attention, the heel sees a much bigger payoff looming, via her only relative, a harsh uncle who's loaded. Written by David Stevens

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24 January 1961 (USA)  »

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Uncle Philip drives a 1960 Lincoln Continental, but a 1957 Ford Fairlane is used for the crash scene. See more »

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The Chosen
30 October 2014 | by (North America) – See all my reviews

Larry Blyden plays Ralphie Teal, a small-time beach bum and crook, who one day spots a beautiful woman named Edith Landers(played by Susan Oliver) He tricks her into believing he has helped fix her nice car, and seemingly grateful, the bored-appearing Edith starts an affair with him, and they concoct a scheme to kill her rich uncle(played by Vaughn Taylor) in order to inherit his money and estate. This plan does not go smoothly at first, but when it does, both will discover an unpleasant truth about the other that will put a new spin on their "choices"... Interesting story is yet another crime episode, but a good cast(especially the radiant Oliver) make a big difference.


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