In "Macao," a power-hungry gal learns that there are limits to how far you can push people.
Her downfall begins with the arrival of Johnny Hook, a man who had come to Macao because of a job offer from Connie's late husband. Johnny quickly becomes interested in Connie, but then realizes that her lack of human compassion is a problem for him. Connie thinks that he is a sap, but she soon discovers that Johnny may be right.
"Macao" was written by Herb Purdom and produced/directed by Norman MacDonnell. Michael Ann Barrett played Connie. Also appearing were Stacy Harris, Raymond Burr, Lou Krugman, Charlie Lung, Paul Dubov, and Frank Gerstle. This episode aired on July 18, 1951.
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