The Roaring 20's (1960–1962)

The Red Carpet 

Anthony Dormer, a passionate young poet, has threatened to assassinate the Queen of Romania, who is in the US on a state visit. Scott wants to find out what's behind Dormer's zeal to kill the woman, and sets up an interview.

Director:

Robert Douglas

Writers:

Leonard Brown (story), Shirl Hendryx (teleplay)
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Cast

Episode credited cast:
Donald May ... Pat Garrison
Dorothy Provine ... Pinky Pinkham
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Edgar Barrier ... Col. Popescu
Robert Cornthwaite ... Counselor
John Dehner ... Duke Williams
James Flavin ... Robert Howard
Gregory Gaye ... Andre
Louise Glenn Louise Glenn ... Gladys
John Rayner John Rayner ... Anthony Dormer (as John Ramondetta)
Rex Reason ... Scott Norris
Mike Road ... Lt. Joe Switolski
Herman Rudin Herman Rudin ... Thug
Harry Dean Stanton ... Fingers (as Dean Stanton)
Gary Vinson ... Chris Higbee
Christine White ... Helen Bond
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Anthony Dormer, a passionate young poet, has threatened to assassinate the Queen of Romania, who is in the US on a state visit. Scott wants to find out what's behind Dormer's zeal to kill the woman, and sets up an interview.

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Genres:

Crime | Drama

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Language:

English

Release Date:

15 April 1961 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Mono (RCA Sound Recording)

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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To kill a queen
10 November 2015 | by searchanddestroy-1See all my reviews

I admit that I feel disappointed here with this promising scheme of a young fellow expecting to kill a queen. I found the story slow and cheesy, flat and uninspired. I have already seen far better episodes in this TV show. Dotty Provine does her best to enhance the story, but I must say it's totally hopeless. I also admit that it must be difficult to invent new topics for each episode. Try if you wish to find anything that can convince you here, for instance the reasons for the guy to kill the queen of Rumania. Maybe some folks will think, whilst watching it, to the further assassination of JFK, that occurred a couple a years later, after the show release on TV channels.


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