A young girl is accused of murder and refuses to speak to anyone ever again.




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Episode cast overview:
Mona Freeman ...
Sylvia Walsh
Mrs. Kilburn
Shepperd Strudwick ...
Douglas Kilburn
Rachel Ames ...
Betty Follett
Judson Pratt ...
Berry Kroeger ...
Paul Mowry
Terry Burnham ...
Tessa Kilburn
Jon Lormer ...
Dr. Emil Berland (replaced by Marc Lawrence) (scenes deleted)
John Alvin ...


A young girl is accused of murder and refuses to speak to anyone ever again.

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4 October 1960 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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The pistol shown/used in this episode is a Czechoslovakian made CZ model 27 (sometimes known as a CZ-27 or VZ-27) semi-automatic pistol, most likely in .32 ACP caliber. See more »


When Mrs. Kilburn (Jessie Royce Landis) is talking to Lt. Bill Gordon (Judson Pratt) in his office, one of the detectives calls him away. Outside his office, Gordon calls to talk to Douglas Kilburn (Shepperd Strudwick), and finding Douglas has gone shopping downtown, Gordon leaves the police station to find him. But in doing so, Gordon leaves Mrs. Kilburn completely alone in his office without dismissing her or letting her know he was going out. See more »

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Boring and far-fetched
4 August 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

A man is shot to death right at the beginning. A little 8 year old is believed the be guilty of his murder (she's holding the gun that shot him). But, for no good reason, the kid refuses to speak to anybody at all about anything. Did she do it or was it someone else? You'll probably figure it out long before the end.

This is from the first season on the "Thriller" TV series. I heard that the show was mostly supposed to be horror but I'm finding out it started out with mostly suspense dramas. That's unfortunately true and they aren't that good. This is, so far, the worst one I've seen from season one (I'm watching them in order). The script is pretty stupid with too many characters and lots of implausible elements--the kid not speaking doesn't even scratch the surface. To make it worse is there's some terrible overacting AND underacting (quite a feat that). A pretty dull 45 minutes. You can safely skip this one.

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