The Human Jungle: Season 2, Episode 6

Wild Goose Chase (2 Nov. 1964)

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Suffering from a deep inferiority complex, and seeking maternal attention, a teen-aged girl stages a crime scene at a home she's baby minding for, then blames an innocent man for the crime.

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Episode cast overview:
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Dr. Roger Corder
Michael Johnson ...
Dr. Jimmy Davis
Sally Smith ...
Jennifer Corder
Mary Yeomans ...
Nancy Hamilton
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Mary
Faith Brook ...
Mrs. Thomas
John Bonney ...
Det. Con. Cowan
Vladek Sheybal ...
William Jones
Gary Watson ...
Dr. Dunn
Julie Webb ...
Anne Dunn
Aimée Delamain ...
Mrs. Oliver
Tony Steedman ...
Supt. Rob
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Suffering from a deep inferiority complex, and seeking maternal attention, a teen-aged girl stages a crime scene at a home she's baby minding for, then blames an innocent man for the crime.

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2 November 1964 (UK)  »

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