One Step Beyond (1959–1961)
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Just before he falls asleep, a man is suddenly aware that there is another life that seems to be in direct conflict with his own. He is astounded to discover that he has stumbled upon what ... See full summary »

Director:

John Newland

Writers:

Merwin Gerard (creator), Lawrence B. Marcus (teleplay) (as Larry Marcus)
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Cast

Episode cast overview:
Mike Kellin ... Dominic DiNovio / Fredrick Gibbs
Ruth Storey Ruth Storey ... Florence DiNovio
Alex Gerry ... Dr. Barnes
Jeanne Bates ... Edna Gibbs
Bert Remsen ... Priest
Francis De Sales ... Sam Harkness (as Francis de Sales)
Joan Dupuis Joan Dupuis ... Elevator Girl
John Newland ... Himself - Host
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Just before he falls asleep, a man is suddenly aware that there is another life that seems to be in direct conflict with his own. He is astounded to discover that he has stumbled upon what seems to be a parallel universe - one in which he also exists - but in not quite the same way he does in this one. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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Language:

English

Release Date:

15 November 1960 (USA) See more »

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Mono (Westrex Recording System)

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Two Lives
17 April 2015 | by AaronCapenBannerSee all my reviews

Mike Kellin stars as a happily married man named Dominic, who is arriving back to his Chicago home with his wife Florence(played by Ruth Storey). While laying in bed, Dom is suddenly stricken with a most bizarre disorder, as he starts crying out in panic how he is trapped, and becomes dehydrated while calling out for a woman named Edna, whom neither of them know. She calls for a doctor, but he is unable to provide a reasonable explanation, but gradually the incredible truth comes out involving a most unexpected connection Dom has with a man he never even knew existed... Marginal episode is mostly obvious and predictable, but the two leads are most believable in their roles.


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