In "The Lady Pamela," Deborah Kerr plays a jewel thief in a story that is "based on fact."
Later that evening, Lady Pamela, mastermind of the operation, and the two hold-up men celebrate their success over dinner. Their plan is to sell the jewelry in San Francisco and split the profits. Colonel Halliday will take the jewels, sell them and return in five days. Pamela and David Archer will wait for him.
Unfortunately, while the two of them are waiting, the police come, arrest them, and take them to prison. Colonel Halliday gets away with the jewels...and never comes back.
Pamela isn't happy about that. Two years later, when she is released from prison, she sets out to track down Halliday. Will she find him and recover her share? Or, will she once again lead the authorities to capture her and her accomplice.
"The Lady Pamela" was written by Antony Ellis and produced/directed by Elliott Lewis. Deborah Kerr starred. Also appearing were Joseph Kearns, Ben Wright, Ted Osborne, Peter Leeds, and Larry Thor. This episode aired on March 31, 1952.
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