Rod Serling's seminal anthology series focused on ordinary folks who suddenly found themselves in extraordinary, usually supernatural, situations. The stories would typically end with an ironic twist that would see the guilty punished.
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Unable to sleep, Liz (Joan Bennett) is playing the piano when Carolyn (Nancy Barrett) enters the Collinwood drawing room. Liz tells Carolyn she feels an impending disaster. Elsewhere, Roger (Louis Edmonds), Burke (Mitchell Ryan), and Sam (David Ford) are still waiting for Malloy to show up at the meeting he had arranged. Aware Malloy had information to prove him innocent in the 1956 manslaughter charge, Burke tells Roger and Sam to wait while he goes to Malloy's house...
Absent Burke, Roger reminds Sam he is an accessory. Burke returns, unable to find Malloy. Roger wants to return the expensive gift Burke gave Carolyn in Bangor, but seems to have misplaced the fountain pen. Back at Collinwood, Liz feels, "The lamb has gone to the sacrificial alter." When Roger returns, she reveals Malloy told her he was responsible for the 1956 accident, not Burke. Roger assures Liz his testimony was the truth Excellent work from the cast and crew.
******* Dark Shadows 1966 ABC #47 (8/30/66) Lela Swift ~ Joan Bennett, Louis Edmonds, Nancy Barrett, Mitchell Ryan...
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