The Whistler (1954– )
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The First Year 

Socialites Lydia and Elliot Larkin must pretend that their broken marriage is a happy one to qualify for a huge inheritance but when Lydia recalls that if one of them dies the survivor will still inherit, she starts plotting murder.

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Lydia Larkin
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Elliott Larkin
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Ballenger
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Phillip Ridgely
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(as Robert S. Carson)
William Pullen
Alan Dexter
Harvey B. Dunn ...
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Edwin Reimers ...
Police Lieutenant (as Ed Reimers)
Fred Sherman
William Forman ...
The Whistler - Narrator (voice)
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Socialites Lydia and Elliot Larkin must pretend that their broken marriage is a happy one to qualify for a huge inheritance but when Lydia recalls that if one of them dies the survivor will still inherit, she starts plotting murder.

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8 May 1955 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Another good story
18 August 2014 | by See all my reviews

Another good nasty story about nasty people craving for money. A story about greed, greed and greed again. Two people, a couple, fighting each other for money after the female's uncle dies and therefore leaves a particular will that doesn't satisfy any of the opponents. A nasty story that seems very normal at first sight. But when you closely Watch it, it's although exquisite to appreciate. Craig Stevens plays the male lead here.

That character suits him very well.

I am hurry to find out more gems from this very Worth seeing TV show from the fifties.


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