In "A Bullet for Mr. Smith," an American agent in Europe searches for a mysterious spy.
Alan Rogers is an American freelance correspondent who has accepted a job working for the French Intelligence Office. His assignment is to recover stolen information about the development of new defensive rocket spaces in France. The government doesn't know who stole the information, but they think the spy goes under the name of Smith.
Rogers soon learns that no one knows exactly who Mr. Smith is. It is possible that he travels in the guise of a rich Englishman, or Mr. Smith may be more than one person.
When Rogers meets the Englishman whom he believes to be Mr. Smith, he also meets Mary Donnelly. She is an American, but she is accompanying Mr. Smith. Is she working for the enemy or is she just in over her head?
"A Bullet for Mr. Smith" was written by Antony Ellis and directed by Norman MacDonnell. John Dehner starred as Alan Rogers. Jean Bates played Mary and Ben Wright played Mr. Smith. This episode aired on January 14, 1951.
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