The Whistler (1954– )

Incident at Scully's Key 

A woman finds a man stranded on the shore.

Director:

Will Jason
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Cast

Episode cast overview:
Audrey Totter ... Kay Fallon
Carleton Young ... Capt. Crain
Elisabeth Risdon ... Mrs. Jaeger (as Elizabeth Risdon)
Edward Colmans ... Henry Simms
Harry Lewis ... Deputy Sheriff Bentley
Hugh Sanders ... Sheriff Carson
William Forman William Forman ... The Whistler - Narrator (voice)
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A woman finds a man stranded on the shore.

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Genres:

Mystery

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Language:

English

Release Date:

11 November 1954 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Mono

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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A pretty good mystery.
25 August 2014 | by searchanddestroy-1See all my reviews

Audrey Totter who lives near the coast rescues a man, one night, right on the beach. She learns a little later that the rescued man was the commander of a wrecked ship more than twenty five years ago. The female lead - Totter - is also a nurse who takes care of an old woman. the precise widow of the deceased and lost captain of the wrecked ship. So Totter asks herself one question: has she rescued a ghost, a man back from the dead? And the photograph of the late captain doesn't lie. That's him she saved on the beach. That reminds me some early Lewis Allen's films made for Paramount Pictures, featuring Ray Milland, for at least one of them: THE UNINVITED, although it is not the same story. But only the same atmosphere.

More a mystery than a crime tale, as most of the others of the series.


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