A meek bank clerk suffers a blow on the head during a robbery and begins to show significant changes in his mode of life and personality.

Director:

John Peyser

Writers:

Morton Grant (story), Philo Higley (adapted by)
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Cast

Episode credited cast:
Betty Furness ... Herself - Commercial Spokeswoman
Richard Purdy Richard Purdy ... The Rabbit
Martin Brook Martin Brook ... Steven Dag
Maria Riva ... Jenny Swenson
Bob Harris Bob Harris ... Mr. Heidt (as Robert H. Harris)
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Paul Brinson Paul Brinson ... Announcer (voice)
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Storyline

In a small town bank, one of the tellers, a small, weak man, is constantly teased and bullied by the others. When a midday robbery occurs, one of the crooks forces him to stack money into their bag, from which he sneaks some for himself. His wife tells his new assistant what happened. Written by WesternOne

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Drama

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Language:

English

Release Date:

13 August 1951 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

New York City, New York, USA

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Production Co:

CBS Television Network See more »
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Sound Mix:

Mono

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Introduction from "Le Coq d' Or"
Music by Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov
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An underrated noir drama
8 October 2015 | by searchanddestroy-1See all my reviews

No, folks, that story is not really a crime one. It would be rather a simple drama shot nearly in a single set - a bank - and giving us a sort of characters study with also a little suspense. The portrait of the poor bank clerk at whom every one laughs at is pretty interesting to follow. Many among the audiences could recognize himself in this guy, shy and uncomfortable in his own skin. I only the presence of this unbeareable music, that we unfortunately hear in those early fifties TV shows. Live shows, I guess. I also would like to insist on some good camera movements, sorts of long shots made in continuity, rear and forward, and also a split screen, almost, actually. Worth watching.


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