Kraft Suspense Theatre (1963–1965)
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Nobody Will Ever Know 

An industrial research scientist who "married the boss's daughter" feels pressured to gain a promotion so he can afford her. When the chance to make money by selling company secrets is ... See full summary »

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... Tom Banning
... Dr. Marianne Scott
... Mrs. Janet 'Jan' Banning
... R. Randolph Wetherill
... Alan Parsons
... Bob Detweiler
Miguel Ángel Landa ... Orlando (as Miguel Landa)
... Dr. Oliver
Carl Crow ... Billy
Gina Grant ... Secretary
... Cogan
Frank McGinnis ... McClory
Tracy Olsen ... Alison
... Carla
Robert de Coy ... Joe
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An industrial research scientist who "married the boss's daughter" feels pressured to gain a promotion so he can afford her. When the chance to make money by selling company secrets is offered he takes it. Later,to his regret,he finds the choice is no longer his-he will continue to provide information or his wife will die. Written by dubchi

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25 March 1965 (USA)  »

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Getting ahead
24 March 2013 | by See all my reviews

Actor/novelist Tom Tryon plays a research scientist coincidentally named Tom who yearns for a promotion that will never come, and is saddled with a gorgeous wife (Myrna Fahey) who wants him to succeed but also is the daughter of the man who owns the company Tom works for. And this father-daughter relationship is way too close for comfort. An opportunity for Tom arises in the form of an offer from some sinister agents for cold hard cash in exchange for company secrets. Tom, in a moment of weakness, complies. But it's only the beginning of trouble, and Tom and his wife soon find themselves in grave danger. The episode is badly dated in many ways, but as study of the human condition, it keeps the interest up today. Great finish, by he way, and some interesting camera angles to boot. Both stars died much too young, sad to say. Tryon, who did a fair amount of TV work, went on to become a best selling novelist with his first book, a tight little horror tome called "The Other," which was turned into a very successful movie. It was perhaps most notable for the casting of legendary actress and acting teacher Uta Hagen in a key role. Too bad Tryon didn't live longer. Who knows what else he might have had up his sleeve?


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