Zane Grey Theater (1956–1961)
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Honor Bright 

Danny Thomas plays an ex-convict who vows to get revenge on the man who almost married his daughter (played by Marlo Thomas) - and helped to cause her death.

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(as John Furia Jr.)
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Ed Dubro
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Vince Harwell
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Warden
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Ellen
Natalie Norwick ...
Marie
Rex Hill ...
Boy
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Minister
Joseph V. Perry ...
Sheriff (as Joe Perry)
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Susan
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Laurie Dubro
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Danny Thomas plays an ex-convict who vows to get revenge on the man who almost married his daughter (played by Marlo Thomas) - and helped to cause her death.

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Western

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2 February 1961 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound Recording)

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1.33 : 1
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Marlo Thomas is given an "Introducing" credit, though she had appeared on "The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis" and "77 Sunset Strip" in the previous year, credited as Margaret Thomas. See more »

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Bridal Chorus
(uncredited)
Written by Richard Wagner
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One of the best shows in the entire series.
5 January 2016 | by See all my reviews

Danny Thomas stars as Ed Dubro that has just been released from State Prison after twelve years. The only thing that Ed has left in the world in a daughter, Laurie, that he left many years ago. But Ed wants to start over with a new life and leave his past life behind, including his daughter.

Upon getting off the stage Laurie is waiting and wants to have a father again. Ed finally agrees and they set off for the old homestead. Laurie has cleaned the old house and got it ready for living. Laurie also introduces her Pa to her boyfriend, Vince Harwell. Laurie tells her father that she and Vince are to marry. But there is more to Vince than meets the eye.

An amazing episode that could have been an entire movie instead of a thirty minute show. Danny Thomas and his real-life daughter Marlo Thomas are excellent and the viewer is caught up with their relationship. And when tragedy strikes, the entire audience is captured within the story just waiting for more. An excellent production in any type genre. Honor Bright!


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