In "Bank Holiday," Bonita Granville stars as a young woman who learns a valuable lesson about finding "the right guy".
As the episode opens, Miss Jane Evans arrives early for work at the bank. She sneaks over to the office of the assistant manager, Mr. Harold Osborne, and then makes the mistake of addressing him as "Darling".
Harold does not like that one bit, and he immediately reminds her of the policy of the bank! True, the two of them became engaged the night before, but nevertheless, the bank frowns on office romances. So, they have to keep things between them quiet until after they are married.
Jane doesn't care about the policy of the bank, and she is mad at Harold. But, she pulls herself together in order to begin the business of the day.
When her first customers of the day arrive, they turn out to be bank robbers. In the midst of the crisis, she blabs to them that she is the assistant manager's fiance. So, they decide to take her with them as a hostage...
Can Jane trust Harold to meet the demands of the robbers and ensure her safe return?
"Bank Holiday" was written by Robert L. Richards and produced/directed by William Spier. Bonita Granville starred. Also appearing were Elliott Lewis and Wendell Holmes. This episode aired July 19, 1945.
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