Man with a Camera (1958–1960)
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Six Faces of Satan 

During a heat wave, a mob forms to go after a local hoodlum when a girl claims that a man attacked her. But Mike, who was in the vicinity just before it happened, saw the girl go into the alley with a woman, not a man.

Director:

Boris Sagal

Writer:

David P. Harmon
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Episode cast overview:
Charles Bronson ... Mike Kovac
Ludwig Stössel ... Anton Kovac (as Ludwig Stossel)
James Westerfield ... Bert
Arthur Batanides ... Phil Pike
Linda Lawson Linda Lawson ... Carmen
Penny Santon Penny Santon ... Mrs. Kraus
Harry Dean Stanton ... Jerry (as Dean Stanton)
Hal Smith ... Jake
Rusty Lane ... Storekeeper
Joe Di Reda Joe Di Reda ... Joe (as Joe di Reda)
Eddie Ryder Eddie Ryder ... Manny
William Kendis ... Mr. Collins
Eve McVeagh Eve McVeagh ... Mrs. Collins
Hal Hamilton Hal Hamilton ... D'Amico
John Cliff ... Riley
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During a heat wave, a mob forms to go after a local hoodlum when a girl claims that a man attacked her. But Mike, who was in the vicinity just before it happened, saw the girl go into the alley with a woman, not a man.

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Genres:

Crime | Drama

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

19 December 1958 (USA) See more »

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Mono

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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A Slice Of Americana
22 November 2011 | by ccthemovieman-1See all my reviews

You could almost call this "a slice of Americana." It gives you a glance at one of the New York streets in the late '50s, and how people acted, spoke and dressed.

Our hero, "Mike Kovac" turns out to be not only a good photographer but a peace-maker and a philosopher in this episode, lecturing all the people in the poor white neighborhood and showing them all their bad sides after a mob almost kills someone for the wrong reason.

Yes, it's a bit melodramatic but also a good character study of people. "Mike" is an amazing guy who does it all - whether it takes psychology or a couple of fists to the head - he can solve any problem.

Notes: For those of you who are David Lynch fans, one of his regular actors, Harry Dean Stanton," is in this story. You'll recognize him, despite his youth. In those days, he was billed as "Dean Stanton." This was Linda Lawson's first year of acting after being a showgirl. She was some looker.


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