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February 01, 2007

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addie

--Oy, was this bad! First the wife carries on whining and whining, then another other lady carries on whining and whining and boy-o-boy was the outcome predictable!
--Cary Grant, Mr. Suave, losing his temper, a couple of times was kind of cool though, but he is always terrific, anyway.
After this, they also wasted John Forsythe on this script? Oy gevalt, my heart aches.

addie

--Oy, was this bad! First the wife carries on whining and whining, then another other lady carries on whining and whining and boy-o-boy was the outcome predictable!
--Cary Grant, Mr. Suave, losing his temper, a couple of times was kind of cool though, but he is always terrific, anyway.
After this, they also wasted John Forsythe on this script? Oy gevalt, my heart aches.

Shonokin

Just watched the TV episode of this and found it to be yes, predictable, but still suspenseful. My wife thought it had enough atmosphere as to be stressful even while just peripherally watching it while she worked.

Michael Weber

I don't know what you're talking about. I thought it was great. One of my favorite episodes. The TV version doesn't come close, mostly for the awful "driving" effects.

Jimbo

I prefer the Frank Lovejoy version to the others.

Yes, the second-half of the sho is predictable but good acting still makes for an atmospheric production.

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