In "Lost," an amnesia victim is suspected of murder.
As the episode opens, a woman is window shopping in New York City when she suddenly becomes very confused. She can not remember who she is...or where she was going. Panicked, she asks a police officer for help.
At the precinct station, the police ascertain that her name is Alice but that is all. Later, she finds herself locked in a hospital ward. The doctor there then asks her a series of questions about...guns, bullets, murder, etc.
Alice doesn't know what he is talking about--but clearly he suspects her of something.
Soon, Alice's young husband arrives to claim her. He explains to the doctor that they came to New York a month ago from San Francisco. He and his wife, despite their age difference, get along OK. (As long as she provides the money.) Alice does get jealous when he looks at other women though. Did she murder someone that her husband was interested in?
"Lost" was written by Jerry D. Lewis and produced/directed by Norman MacDonnell. Paula Winslowe played Alice. Also appearing were Tony Barrett, William Conrad, John Dehner, and Herb Vigran. This episode aired on October 14, 1954.
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