Thriller (1960–1962)
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Girl with a Secret 

A newlywed bride must hide a secret about her husband's whereabouts. She is blackmailed by an eavesdropping maid and pressured by others to tell her secret.

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Geraldine Redfern
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Uncle Gregory Stafford
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Aunt Hortense Stafford
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Alice Page
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Anthony Page
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Beatrice Stafford
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Walter Devon
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Mrs. Peele
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Ellen the Maid
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Herb Innes
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A newlywed bride must hide a secret about her husband's whereabouts. She is blackmailed by an eavesdropping maid and pressured by others to tell her secret.

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15 November 1960 (USA)  »

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Entertaining if far-fetched
11 May 2016 | by See all my reviews

Alice (Myrna Fahey) and Anthony (Rhodes Reason) have just been married and go to visit his grandmother (Fay Bainter) and assorted relatives (including an unknown Cloris Leachman). Unknown to Alice her husband is working undercover to catch some villains trying to get weapons. He has to leave her with his relatives a few days and tells her way...but she can't tell anybody. Things quickly unravel and Alice fears for her life.

Pretty ridiculous but entertaining, fast-moving and fun. It also has a great cast also including Ellen Corby and Victor Buono in small roles. Fahey and Reason also make an attractive likable couple and their acting isn't bad. Bainter is exceptional as the head of the family. LOVE the way she delivers her lines at the end:) Not what the "Thriller" TV show was known for but not bad.


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