In "Man Alive," Paul Douglas stars as a newspaper columnist who becomes involved in the capture of a spy. This is one of Suspense's "based on fact" episodes, in which the real names and places have been changed.
It all started when he stopped off for dinner at Mama Caruso's...and she asked him for help. Her unhappy cousin, Tony, had just been attacked for no apparent reason while on the ferry boat from Oakland.
Mann listens to Tony's story and then decides to investigate. When he does, he finds himself in the middle of a search for a Russian spy.
"Man Alive" was written by William Spier and produced and directed by Elliott Lewis. Paul Douglas, in the second of his two appearances on Suspense, starred. Also appearing were Jeannette Nolan, Jay Novello, Fred Mackaye, William Conrad, and Joseph Kearns. This episode aired on November 24, 1952.
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