In "Night Ferry to Paris," a man meets a lady traveler on his way to Paris, but he soon realizes that she isn't what she pretends to be.
As the episode opens, Tom Morris is in Waterloo Station in London to begin an overnight journey to Paris. Before he can pass through customs, he meets a beautiful woman named Susan who asks if she may accompany him. He agrees, but then is startled when she quickly begins referring to him as her husband.
Despite all that, he falls for Susan's charms in no time. Still, he knows something isn't right.
Will he figure it out on his own?
"Night Ferry to Paris" was written by William N. Robson and produced/directed by Paul Roberts. William Redfield and Elaine Rost starred. Also appearing were Robert Dryden, Guy Repp, Brett Morrison, and Frank Milano. This episode aired on August 14, 1960.
(Image of William Redfield.)