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This drama was a presentation of the Emmy winning CBS series Studio One, a weekly dramatic program that ran for ten seasons. This series originated as a weekly dramatic radio program that moved to television in the late 1940's. Viewers were treated to performances by some to the great actors and actresses of their time. The feature performance here is about a gangster's wife, tired of the lifestyle her husband's career brings, given a possible escape when her husband is killed by rival gangsters.
Age group: NR.
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Title from title screen (viewed on June 6, 2007).
Peggy Ann Garner, Frank Overton, Jean Carson, Robert Webber, Victor Thorley.
Based on a story by Violet Wolfson ; adapted by Samuel Elkin.
Live Westinghouse Studio One television production originally aired November 17, 1952 on CBS-TV.
Also available as VHS.
Emmy winning CBS series.
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