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November 21, 2010



I'm a big fan of Frank Lovejoy, and the 1956 version is pretty gripping (I haven't listened to the '58 yet). Does anybody else really like William Robson's intros to the episodes he produced? The tone is set much sooner than in the Roma Wines/Auto-Lite days. I love how the announcer intones "And nooow..." at the start.


I didn't know The Long Night was also a book. It's a curious episode of Suspense where the story isn't formally resolved.


I didn't like the ending! He says that the crisis is over, but the story ends before we really know what happens. It appears that the pilot just crashed and that's the ending. Can someone give me a different interpretation?

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