Thriller: Season 2, Episode 14

Portrait Without a Face (25 Dec. 1961)

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Six months after an artist is mysteriously murdered, a blank canvas in his studio begins filling itself in, portraying the crime and building up to the revelation of the killer's identity.

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Ann Moffat
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Arthur Henshaw
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Agatha Moffat
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Sheriff Pete Browning
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Nat Fairchild
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Gage Clarke ...
Dr. Josiah Grant
Alberta Nelson ...
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Six months after an artist is mysteriously murdered, a blank canvas in his studio begins filling itself in, portraying the crime and building up to the revelation of the killer's identity.

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Painting A Picture Of Murder
1 November 2014 | by (North America) – See all my reviews

John Newland directs and briefly stars as famous and egotistical artist Robertson Moffat, who quickly and unexpectedly becomes the victim of a cross-bow murder. Six months later, the crime still unsolved, Arthur Henshaw(played by Robert Webber) an appraiser for an art gallery due to show Moffat's paintings, becomes involved in a mystery when a portrait done in the same style as Moffatt begins to seemingly paint itself, and the picture it draws threatens to reveal the identity of the murderer... Uneven episode has a great deal of promise that goes partially unrealized, and further damaged by the absurd overacting of Katharine Squire as Agatha, with her insane laughter becoming tiresome in the extreme, making this just passable when it could have been first-rate.


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