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 Season 5 (CBS) (1952-53)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
with contributions by:  Rina Fox
references:
TV Guide / Library of Congress (telnet://locis.loc.gov)
Internet Movie Database (http://us.imdb.com)
UCLA Film and Television Archive /  matineeclassics.com


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CBS Tuesdays 9:30-10:00pm Eastern


5.01 [--] Suspense: THE OLD LADY OF BAYEUX
02Sep1952 CBS Tue
Producer Robert Stevens
Teleplay by Halsted Welles / From a story by Georges Simenon
Directed by Robert Stevens
Settings Paul Sylbert
Musical Hank Sylvern
Announcer Rex Marshall
starring
Luis van Rooten ... Monsieur Margret
Edgar Stehli ...... Phillippe Dellgeard
Nicole Stephan .... Cecile Ledru
Isabel Bonner ..... Marie Dellgeard
Alan Stevenson .... Dr. Llevin
Donald Foster ..... Butler
Michael Galloway .. Boyfriend
Adeline Adler ..... Cook
Elmer Lehr ........ Waiter
Synopsis:
A dowager dies of a heart attack at her nephews estate. The woman accompanying her contacts the
police convinced that it was murder. [RF]
Synopsis 2:
A girl risks her life in an attempt to solve the mysterious death of her benefactress, a wealthy dowager.
*NOTE: Parisian screen star Nicole Stephan makes her TV debut.

5.02 [--] Suspense: ALWAYS TRUST A COP
09Sep1952 CBS Tue
Teleplay by Max Ehrlich / From the story "Call From a Killer" by Octavus Roy Cohen
starring
Anne Jackson
Mark Roberts
Synopsis:
The tale is about a killer who tries to hide out with his wartime buddy, unaware that the buddy is
now a policeman. [RF]
*NOTE: Title also known as "Call From a Cop".

5.03 [--] Suspense: THE RETURN OF DR. BOURDETTE
16Sep1952 CBS Tue
Teleplay by Victor Wolfson / From a story by A.M. Burrage
starring
John Baragrey
William Prince
Robert F. Simon
Gaby Rodgers
Herbert Ratner
Synopsis:
A detective searches for a killer and traces him to a wax museum.
*NOTE: Lois Wheeler was scheduled to appear but feel ill and Gaby Rodgers took the role. [RF]

5.04 [--] Suspense: SET-UP FOR DEATH
23Sep1952 CBS Tue
Producer Robert Stevens
Teleplay by Mel Goldberg / Based on a story by Morley Callaghan
Directed by Robert Mulligan
Settings Paul Sylbert
Music Hank Sylvern
Announcer Rex Marshall
starring
Brian Keith ....... Kip Caley (as Robert Keith Jr.)
Mary Sinclair ..... Julie
John Marley ....... Joe Foley
Robert Emhardt .... Mr. McLean
Synopsis:
A crook tries to go straight but his girlfriend inadvertently gets him pulled back in. [RF]

5.05 [--] Suspense: THE BEACH OF FALESA
30Sep1952 CBS Tue
Teleplay by Halsted Welles / Story by Robert Louis Stevenson
starring
John Forsythe
Synopsis:
A trader must battle the influence of a renegade. [RF]

5.06 [--] Suspense: THE MAN IN THE MIRROR
07Oct1952 CBS Tue
Teleplay by Robert Wallsten
Based on an article by Elizabeth Coulson
starring
Constance Ford
Gerald S. O'Loughlin
Synopsis:
Two men who look exactly alike, one is the actual criminal and the other the innocent sap who gets nailed. [RF]

5.07 [--] Suspense: THE BLUE PANTHER
14Oct1952 CBS Tue
Producer Martin Manulis
Teleplay by Max Ehrlich / Based on a story by Norbert Davis
Directed by Robert Mulligan
Settings John Ward
Music Hank Sylvern
Announcer Rex Marshall
starring
Phyllis Brooks ..... Marjorie Standish
Michael Strong ..... Detective Ben Shaley
Bruce Gordon ....... Edward Malloy
Erik Rhodes ........ Drexel Courtney
Gina Petrushka ..... Baroness
Michael Garrett .... Bannerman
Tom Avera .......... Walsh
Michael Gazzo ...... Handler
Gene Anton Jr. ..... Lenny
Synopsis:
A detective is hired to guard a valuable painting called "The Blue Panther". During an exclusive invitation
only preview both the painting and a necklace are stolen. [RF]
Synopsis 2:
A society lady who gets mixed up with a gang of thieves. She is forced to help steal a priceless painting
called "The Blue Panther". [RF]
*NOTE: Actress Phyllis Brooks the star on the Auto-Lite "Suspense" show tonight will be watched by her father
George Siler manager of the local electric Auto-Lite Co. plant.

5.08 [--] Suspense: THE MAN WHO HAD SEVEN HOURS
21Oct1952 CBS Tue
Teleplay by Leo Davis
starring
Robert Sterling
Gaby Rodgers
Synopsis:
A Hollywood assistant director in a stop-over in Paris is attacked by criminals on the Montmarte. [RF]

5.09 [--] Suspense: ALL HALLOW'S EVE [verified at matineeclassics.com - RF]
28-Oct-1952 CBS Tue
Produced by Martin Manulis
Teleplay by Halsted Welles
Based on a story "Markheim" by Robert Louis Stevenson
Director Robert Mulligan
Announcer Rex Marshall
starring
Franchot Tone .... Markheim
Romney Brent ..... Friendly Visitor
Francis Compton.. Dealer
Penny Hays ......... First Street Urchin
Douglas Jay ......... Second Street Urchin
Patricia Byrd ........ Girl
Bobby Catanio ..... Boy
Synopsis::
Based on the story "Markheim" by Robert Louis Stevenson, this is the account of a man who murders his
pawnbroker and is then visited by the devil who urges him to kill the man's housekeeper in order to
cover up his crime. In an attempt to atone for his utterly delinquent life, the man draws back at the
last moment and tells the housekeeper to call the police because he has just murdered her master.
Thwarted in his efforts to gain another soul, the devil disappears. [RF]

5.10 [--] Suspense: THE MOVING TARGET
11Nov1952 CBS Tue
Teleplay by Robert Anderson
starring
Joseph Anthony
Irja Jensen
Jamie Smith
Synopsis:
An Olympic athlete from behind the Iron Curtain sees the Olympics as his chance for freedom. [RF]
*Note: Based on the true story from the Helsinki Olympics with actual newsreel footage used from the games.

5.11 [--] Suspense: MONSIEUR VIDOCQ
18Nov1952 CBS Tue
Producer Martin Manulis
Teleplay by Victor Wolfson / From a story by Henry Thomas and Dana Lee Thomas
Directed by Robert Mulligan
Settings by John Ward
Music Hank Sylvern
starring
Luis Van Rooten ..... Monsieur Vidocq
Jacques Aubuchon .... Chief of Police Henri
Nigel Green .......... Mr. Williams from Scotland Yard
Francis Bethencourt ... Marquis De Villiers
Henry Lascoe ...... George
Diane de Brett .... Countess du Barry
Alfred Leberfeld .. Gendarme
Synopsis:
A retired thief is enlisted to aid the French police and Scotland Yard to solve a case of robbery at the
National Museum, a mirror of Louis XIV. The artwork seems to be fenced in England so the Queen sends
Scotland Yard's finest. [RF]

 5.12 [--] Suspense: THE WHISPERING KILLER
25Nov1952 CBS Tue
Teleplay by Lois Jacoby
starring
George Mathews
Nita Talbot
Richard Webb
Bert Conway
Robert P. Lieb
Leonard Barry
Synopsis:
A mobster is tripped up by a simple law he overlooks. [RF]

5.13 [--] Suspense: A TIME OF INNOCENCE
02Dec1952 CBS Tue
Producer Martin Manulis
Written by Raphael Hayes
Directed by Robert Mulligan
Settings John Ward
Music Hank Sylvern
Announcer Rex Marshall
starring
Thomas Mitchell ... Henry Brown
Pat Hitchcock ..... Esther Stone
Guy Spaull ........ Inspector Palmer
Louise Larabee .... Carol Brown
William Roerich ... Paul Monard
Jock McGraw ....... Sea Captain
Harold Kennedy .... Policeman (as Harold J. Kennedy)
Doris Roberts ..... Woman
John W. Austin .... Mr. Cheever the printer
Synopsis:
A middle-aged businessman wants to divorce his wife and strikes up a romance with his young secretary. [RF]

*NOTE: Based on a true story that happened over 40 years ago only the names have been changed. [from opening narration]
Closing Narration: On April 12, 1911 Henry Brown the first murder was caught by trans-atlantic wireless
was hanged by the neck until he was dead.

5.14 [--] Suspense: THE GIRL WHO SAW TOMORROW
09Dec1952 CBS Tue
Teleplay by James P. Cavangh / From a story by Leslie Gordon Barnard
starring
Thomas Coley
Lois Wheeler
Eugene Ruyman
Naomi Riordan
Synopsis:
A neurotic woman becomes distressed when she sees her best friend becoming successful. [RF]

5.15 [--] Suspense: THE TORTURED HAND
16Dec1952 CBS Tue
Teleplay by Ben Radin / From a story by Karoly Kisfaludi
starring
Peter Lorre
Synopsis:
A 19th century nobleman is tortured with pain in his hand, the one he used to commit murder defending
his family's honor. [RF]

*NOTE: During the telecast, Rear Adm. Homer Wallen and Lt. Commander Arthur Godfrey gave the public their
first demonstration of a model of the Navy's new atomic submarine.

5.16 [--] Suspense: THE DEADLY LAMB
23Dec1952 CBS Tue
Teleplay by James P. Cavanagh / From an original story by W.A. Powers
starring
Patricia Breslin
Dick Haymes
Synopsis:
A woman becomes the object of affection between two brothers in this romantic triangle story. [RF]
*NOTE: Dick Haymes sings three songs during this program.

5.17 [--] Suspense: THE INVISIBLE KILLER
30Dec1952 CBS Tue
Producer Martin Manulis
Teleplay by Basil Beyea / From a story by Bruno Skoggard
Directed by Robert Mulligan
Music Hank Sylvern
Announcer Rex Marshall
starring
Jackie Cooper .... Dan Crowley
John Dall ........ Jim
Anne Sargent ..... Mary
Roy Roberts ...... Dr. Main
Synopsis:
A mentally unbalanced and delusional man thinks his boss' girlfriend is his. When Mary, her dad and fiance
fly away for the weekend to their cabin at Lake Wanabaga things go terribly wrong when Dan stalks them. [RF]

5.18 [--] Suspense: LITTLE CAMORRA
06Jan1953 CBS Tue
Written by Edmund Morris
starring
William Prince
Mary Sinclair
Synopsis:
Convinced that she is cursed by an old family vendetta, she tries to convince her American fiance of the threat. [RF]

5.19 [--] Suspense: MR. MATCHES
13Jan1953 CBS Tue
Written by Alvin Sapinsley
starring
Henry Jones
Warren Stevens
Eleanor Wilson
Synopsis:
A firebug literally meets his match in the persistent Fire Chief tracking him down. [RF]
*NOTE: Alternate title "Mr. Matches: A Documentary".

5.20 [--] Suspense: VACANCY FOR DEATH
20Jan1953 CBS Tue
Produced by Martin Manulis
Written by Richard Lortz
Directed by Robert Mulligan
Music by Hank Sylvern
Settings John Ward
starring
Joan Blondell ..... Clara
Steven Elliott .... Sam
Dorothy Hart ...... Miss Barry
Oliver Thorndike .. Jojo
Douglas Taylor .... Addams
Elliott Martin .... Intern
Don Kennedy ....... First Cop
George McCoy ...... Second Cop
Synopsis:
A boarding house run by scam artists where you check in but never check out. [RF]
Record playing music "You Made Me Love You".

5.21 [--] Suspense: CAREER
27Jan1953 CBS Tue
starring
Fay Bainter
Synopsis:
A British agent wants to give up her spying in Nazi Germany in this story of espionage. [RF]

5.22 [--] Suspense: MUTINY BELOW
03Feb1953 CBS Tue
Producer Martin Manulis
Teleplay by Raphael Hayes / Story by Cedric Mentiplay
Directed by Robert Mulligan
Settings John Ward
Music Hank Sylvern
Announcer Rex Marshall
starring
Eddie Albert ........ Danny Maguire
Murray Hamilton ..... Snow Pearson
Lee Madden .......... Buck Wales
Cameron Prud'homme .. McBeth
Basil Howes ......... Slops
Glen Gordon ......... Crew Mate
Synopsis:
A couple of men are hired as watch officers on a steamer after saving the life of the Chief Engineer.
A newspaper story about diamond smuggling leads the crew to believe that the two new hired men are the thieves. [RF]

5.23 [--] Suspense: A STUDY IN STONE
10Feb1953 CBS Tue
Teleplay by Ben Radin
starring
Wesley Addy
Jay Barney
Roger Dann
Joan Wetmore
Synopsis:
A sculptor is accused of planning to murder his intended wife and the drama unfolds in the courtroom. [RF]

5.24 [--] Suspense: THE QUARRY
17Feb1953 CBS Tue
Teleplay by James P. Cavanagh / Story by Marc Brandel
starring
James Daly
Jeffrey Lynn
Robert Middleton
Synopsis:
Gang members stalk a businessman who they believe witnessed a murder. [RF]

5.25 [--] Suspense: THEY HAVEN'T KILLED ME YET
24Feb1953 CBS Tue
Teleplay by Lawrence Hazard
From the Saturday Evening Post article by Gon Sam Mue with William J. Slocum
starring
Harry Lowe Jr.
Shizu Moriya
Synopsis:
An Asian-American agent's life is in jeopardy while attempting to break a powerful protection racket in Chinatown. [RF]

5.26 [--] Suspense: THE KISS-OFF
03Mar1953 CBS Tue
Producer Martin Manulis
Adapted for television by Richard Lortz / Based on the story by John P. Foran
Directed by Robert Mulligan
Music by Hank Sylvern
Settings by John Ward
starring
Jack Palance ..... Tom Walker
Virginia Baker ... Ellen
Peter Hobbs ...... Cooper
Alan Tower ....... Bennett
Victor Thorley ... District Attorney
Janet Fox ........ Miss Taylor
Leonard Barry .... Cabbie
Harry Davis ...... Blind Man
Joey Fallon ...... Little Boy
Synopsis:
During a parade the tax office is held up, the manager is perplexed when the crook doesn't take
all the money, and swears he can identify him. [RF]

5.27 [--] Suspense: THE LEGEND OF LIZZIE
10Mar1953 CBS Tue
Adapted by Reginald Lawrence
starring
Katharine Bard .... Lizze Borden
Synopsis:
The story of accused axe-murderer Lizzie Borden is dramatized. [RF]
*NOTE: Actual court transcripts were used in the telling of this true drama.

5.28 [--] Suspense: THE BLACK PROPHET
17Mar1953 CBS Tue
written by Michael Dyne
starring
Boris Karloff .... Rasputin
Synopsis:
Story of the Russian mystic Rasputin who influenced the Russian Tsar who believed him to be psychic. [RF]

5.29 [--] Suspense: PORTRAIT OF CONSTANCE
24Mar1953 CBS Tue
Written by Edgar Marvin
starring
Hugh Reilly
Ann Rutherford
Synopsis:
A woman aids her husband a Detective search for his missing ex-girlfriend. [RF]

5.30 [--] Suspense: DEATH IN THE CAVE
31Mar1953 CBS Tue
Written by Halsted Welles
starring
Zachary Scott
Synopsis:
The tale of two adventurers trapped by an earthquake in a vast cavern underground. [RF]

5.31 [--] Suspense: I, CHRISTOPHER BELL
07Apr1953 CBS Tue
starring
Lilia Skala

5.32 [--] Suspense: KISS ME AGAIN, STRANGER
14Apr1953 CBS Tue
Produced by Martin Manulis
Adapted for television by James P. Cavanagh
Based on the novel by Daphne DuMaurier
Directed by Robert Mulligan
Settings by John Ward
Music by Hank Sylvern
starring
Maria Riva ....... Anna Hoffmann
Richard Waring ... Tim Matthews
Esther Mitchell .. Emma Thompson
Denis Green ...... Chief Inspector Dale
J.R. Wilson ...... Harry Thompson
Stephen Courtleigh ... Police Sergeant
Synopsis:
London 1946, an unknown killer claims four victims perplexing the police. [RF]

5.33 [--] Suspense: THE DUEL
21Apr1953 CBS Tue

Suspense - The Duel (1/3)

Suspense - The Duel (2/3)

Suspense - The Duel (3/3)
Producer Martin Manulis
Adapted for television by Ben Radin
Based on the story by Alexander Dumas
Directed by Robert Mulligan
Settings by John Ward
Music by Hank Sylvern
starring
Eva Gabor ........ Madeleine De Rochefort
Roger Dann ....... Lt. Andre Duport
Arnold Moss ...... Colonel De Rochefort
Harold Gordon .... Lt. Raoul Stamm
Charles Andre .... Major Longville
Rene Paul ........ Capt. Tourel
Peter Mark Richman ... Young Officer (as Mark Richman)
Synopsis:
France, 1806 at Fort Mont Louis, the Colonel's beautiful Madeleine rebuffs Lt. Raoul Stamm's
marriage proposal in favor of Lt. Andre Duport. [RF]

5.34 [--] Suspense: F.O.B. VIENNA
28Apr1953 CBS Tue

Suspense - FOB Vienna (1/3)

Suspense - FOB Vienna (2/3)

Suspense - FOB Vienna (3/3)
Producer Martin Manulis
Written by Raphael Hayes
Directed by Robert Mullgan
Settings John Ward
Music Hank Sylvern
Announcer Rex Marshall
starring
Walter Matthau .... Lawrence Stevens
Jayne Meadows ..... Helen Brady
Robert Webber ..... James Forsythe
Mike Kellin ....... Herr Wohler
Clem Fowler ....... Kremer
E.A. Krumschmidt .. Herr Ploss
Synopsis:
The story of an American businessman who has accompanied a shipment of lathes to Austria and is trying to
kethem out of the hands of Communists. The shipment ends up in Hamburg, and he tracks it there with the help
of a newspaper reporter. At the last minute, he is able to destroy the shipment as the police arrive to
round up the Communists. [RF]

 

5.35 [--] Suspense: THE SUITOR
05May1953 CBS Tue
Written by Edmund Morris
starring
Mildred Natwick
Synopsis:
A lonely widow lives on a farm where weird and baffling mysteries are occuring. [RF]

5.36 [--] Suspense: THE DEATH OF AN EDITOR
12May1953 CBS Tue
Written by Ben Radin
Narrated by Walter Cronkite
starring
Wolfe Barzell
Mario Gallo
Frank Marth
Anthony Ross
Synopsis:
A militant editor's death is plotted and carried out by foreign agents. [RF]

5.37 [--] Suspense: COME INTO MY PARLOR
19May1953 CBS Tue
Written by Philip Bloom & Billings Brown
starring
John Carradine
John Kerr
Martin Newman
Synopsis:
A man becomes involved with a teenage gang. [RF]

5.38 [--] Suspense: THE ADVENTURE OF THE BLACK BARONET
26May1953 CBS Tue
Teleplay by Michael Dyne
From a story by Arthur Conan Doyle
starring
Basil Rathbone .... Sherlock Holmes
Martyn Green ...... Dr. John H. Watson
Synopsis:
Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson are called upon to solve the case of Colonel Jocelyn Dalcy who found
stabbed to death while visiting at the home of Sir Reginald Lavington. [RF]
*NOTE: Rathbone was not happy with the casting of Martyn Green as his sidekick and wanted
NigelBruce who played Watson on the radio with Rathbone.

5.39 [--] Suspense: THE QUEEN'S RING
02Jun1953 CBS Tue
Written by Michael Dyne
starring
Mildred Dunnock
Scott Forbes
Jack Livesey
Synopsis:
The story is based on an experience in the life of Elizabeth I. [RF]

5.40 [--] Suspense: THE MAN WHO CRIED WOLF
09Jun1953 CBS Tue
Teleplay by Robert Anderson / Story by David Friedkin
Directed by Robert Mulligan
Music Hank Sylvern
Announcer Rex Marshall
starring
Marion Winters .... Lilja
Martin E. Brooks .. Meros Leckow
Logan Ramsey ...... Rivera
David J. Stewart .. Cardoza
Darryl Richard .... Ivan
Joe Abdullah ...... Alvarez
Fred Sadoff ....... Zapotin
Jack Carron ....... Pepe
Gilbert Green ..... Editor
Synopsis:
A Russian embassy employee is called back to the Russia and must face charges for aiding Mexican citizens. [RF]

5.41 [--] Suspense: SEE NO EVIL
16Jun1953 CBS Tue
Written by James P. Cavanagh
starring
John Conte
Betty Jane Watson
Hildy Parks
Alan Devitt
Hank Sylvern
Synopsis:
A night club singer helps a gang to plan a robbery believing their promise not to harm the night
watchman, her father. [RF]

5.42 [--] Suspense: THE SIGNAL MAN
23Jun1953 CBS Tue
Teleplay by Ben Radin / Story by Charles Dickens
starring
Boris Karloff
Alan Webb
Synopsis:
A demented railroad signalman is tortured by fears that he is responsible for a series of train wrecks. [RF]

5.43 [203] Suspense: THE FURY OF SENORITA GOMEZ
30-Jun-1953 CBS Tue
written by Ben Radin
starring
Nina Foch
Harold Gordon
Synopsis:
A highborn lady in the 19th century of Peru, plots with her stableman to murder her uncle. [RF]

5.44 [--] Suspense: THE MASCOT
07Jul1953 CBS Tue
Written by Robert J. Shaw
starring
Margaret Hayes
Mike Wallace
Synopsis:
AN American correspondent risks his life to secretly record a candid interview with an army deserter,
exposing his evil plan to become dictator of a Mediterranean Island. [RF]

5.45 [--] Suspense: THE DUTCH SCHULTZ STORY
14Jul1953 CBS Tue
Written by Jess Lazarus
Directed by Byron Paul
Narrated by Walter Cronkite
starring
Rod Steiger ....... Dutch Schultz
Harry Bellaver
Synopsis:
True story of the notorious gangster Dutch Schultz who became kingpin of the underworld,
only to be knocked from his throne by blazing guns in a New Jersey tavern. [RF]

5.46 [--] Suspense: PIGEON IN THE CAGE
21Jul1953 CBS Tue
Written by Alvin Sapinsley
starring
John Howard
Jacqueline Susann
Synopsis:
A drama of frustrated lovers caught in a web of crime and deceit. [RF]

5.47 [--] Suspense: THE DANCE
28Jul1953 CBS Tue
Producer Martin Manulis
Teleplay by James P. Cavanagh
Based on a story by F. Scott Fitzgerald
Directed by Robert Mulligan
Settings John Ward
Music Hank Sylvern
Annoucer Rex Marshall
starring
John Baragrey ..... Charles Kincaid
Katharine Bard .... Joan Hale
June Walker ....... Aunt Kate
Sally Gracie ...... Catherine Jones
William Smithers .. Joe Cable
Elizabeth York .... Marie Bannerman
G. Albert Smith ... Sheriff
Synopsis:
A woman has painful memories of the 20's and her first dance the Charleston and Charlie the man
she loves but is engaged to another. [RF]

5.48 [--] Suspense: THE VIAL OF DEATH
04Aug1953 CBS Tue
Teleplay by Arnold Schulman
Based on a story by Bus C. Bayz
starring
Claude Dauphin
Synopsis:
A deadly vial of cholera is stolen from a doctor's medical bag. [RF]

5.49 [--] Suspense: POINT BLANK
11Aug1953 CBS Tue
Written by Ben Radin
starring
Chester Morris
Janis Carter
Synopsis:
When a gang leader tries to burn his bridges behind him the backfires get awfully, warm. [RF]

5.50 [--] Suspense: NIGHTMARE AT GROUND ZERO
18Aug1953 CBS Tue

Suspense - Nightmare at Ground Zero (1/3)

Suspense - Nightmare at Ground Zero (2/3)

Suspense - Nightmare at Ground Zero (3/3)

Producer Martin Manulis
Written by Rod Serling
Directed by Robert Stevens
Composer Hank Sylvern
Settings John Ward
Announcer Rex Marshall
starring
O.Z. Whitehead ... George Vance
Louise Larabee ... Helen
Calvin Thomas .... Colonel
Lonnie Chapman ... Tom
Pat Hingle ....... Ted
Robert Willey .... Joe
Henry Garrett .... Frank
Cy Chermak ....... Moe
Norman Shelley ... Butch
Ken Buckridge .... Radio Announcer
Mort Marshall .... Electrician
Wyrly Birch ...... Painter
Synopsis:
Set in the atomic backdrop of the Yucca Flats as the test site comes under fire. [RF]

5.51 [--] Suspense: DEATH IN THE PASSING
25Aug1953 CBS Tue
Written by James P. Cavanagh
starring
Cedric Hardwicke
Synopsis:
A tale of murder on Manila's waterfront and an island detective with one of the most puzzling
cases of his career. [RF]

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