Paul Martin is acquitted by a jury of the murder of his wife, although most people believe he did in fact kill her. To escape questioning reporters, he takes a house in the country. Soon, ...
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Paul Martin is acquitted by a jury of the murder of his wife, although most people believe he did in fact kill her. To escape questioning reporters, he takes a house in the country. Soon, however, he begins to have premonitions of his own murder, and is shocked one day when his dead wife's brother shows up at his front door.Written by
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When Ross Martin turns over in an end table in his apartment, the studio prop rental markings are clearly visible. When he later turns the table back over, the markings are gone (either having been taped or painted over). See more »
As in other episodes of "One Step Beyond", the narrator (and director) John Newland claims that this story is based on a real crime, though I certainly have my doubts! The story begins with Mr. Marlow (Ross Martin) being acquitted of his wife's murder. However, the newspapers insist that he is guilty and his lawyer suggests he takes a vacation to get away from all this negative publicity. So he ends up in a small town and checks into a charming bed and breakfast. However, soon after he settles into this place, he sees something very strange—his own murder being played out in the mirror! Of course no one else sees it and he heads to the nearest bar to drink himself into oblivion. However, after a few drinks, the SAME murderer he saw in the mirror enters the bar! Marlow is naturally shocked and bolts from the place—and the stranger soon follows. What's up with this stranger and what will Marlow do now that he KNOWS the man is his killer? This is a very tense and exciting episode. It also had some very nice acting by Martin and it was nice to see him doing a role other than his one from "The Wild, Wild West". Worth your time and very well written.
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