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"The Last Town Car" was a two-part original drama, the story of a widow who develops a consuming fear when strange and inexplicable events occur involving a 1925 Rolls-Royce town car being used as a taxicab and its secretive driver. In Part One, Edith Miller (Claudette Colbert) tells psychiatrist Jonathan Michael (Kent Smith) of terrifying events connected with the car, of delusions about people of another era who appear mysteriously, and of a driver (Harry Tyler) who bears her frightening contempt each time she rides in the car. Her consuming fear about her delusions concerning the car lead her to believe that she is losing her mind. Psychiatrist Jonathan Michael persuades Edith to take a ride in the car that has frightening connections with mysteriously-appearing and strangely-acting people from another era and its driver. Doctor Michael resolves Edith's problem with an unusual and surprising explanation about her frightening journeys with a group of ghostly characters from out of the past, dead people come to life whenever she rides in the old town car.
A 1925 Rolls-Royce town car, in modern-day service as a Chicago Loop taxicab, holds old secrets that are gradually revealed to a passenger through a series of frightening apparitions; fearing for her mental health, she turns for advice to a physician who is coincidentally an old-car hobbyist himself. The doctor's interest and his subsequent research leads to a gradual unraveling of the decades-old mysteries surrounding the elegant black town car and its secretive, sinister chauffeur.
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