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Charles Bickford hosts this crime drama series produced by Bernard J. Prockter. This still timely episode features an inspector for the Food and Drug Administration sent to Hunter, VA as townspeople become seriously ill. Eventually, the FDA agent learns that a local woman who bakes and sells fruit cakes from her home is the problem source.
However, she is near death in a local hospital and fruit cakes are still in the hands of the public. Moreover, the FDA laboratory confirms arsenic poisoning as the cause of illness, so FDA inspectors must learn how such is getting in the fruit cakes.
The script is still relevant and while the drama is slightly contrived, this is still an entertaining and enlightening episode. I cannot speak for the series because this is the only episode I have watched. However, I would eagerly watch others. This was produced by Conne-Stephens Inc for Bernard Prockter Television Services, Inc.
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