One Step Beyond (1959–1961)
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Delia 

"Delia" is an episode of One Step Beyond starring Lee Philips, Barbara Lord, and Murray Matheson. A man disillusioned with life meets the woman of his dreams on a tropical island. When she suddenly disappears his life begins to spiral out of control, and in his desperation he begins to ... See full summary »

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... Philip Wilson
... Delia Huston
... Bentley
Maureen Leeds ... Mrs. Garan
... Himself - Host
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A man disillusioned with life meets the woman of his dreams on a tropical island. When she suddenly disappears his life begins to spiral out of control, and in his desperation he begins to believe he is having encounters with the supernatural. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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3 May 1960 (USA)  »

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Lost Love
16 April 2015 | by See all my reviews

John Newland once again takes a more active role in the series, talking with a local man named Bentley(played by Murray Matheson) while on a tropical island. It seems that Bentley knew a man named Philip Wilson(played by Lee Philips) who was a bitter unhappy man who fell madly in love with a beautiful woman named Delia(played by Barbara Lord) whom he considered his soul-mate, but after her mysterious disappearance, started a frustrated eight-year search for her that failed, leading to a tragic end, and the unexpected return of Delia occurring far too late... Bleak episode is mostly dreary and depressing, though this sad tale did have potential.


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