If I had to pick a man to play a maniac who murdered a cop and is on the run from the law, I would have never thought of having Joel Grey play the part. After all, he's a small man and I just couldn't imagine him being menacing...but he did a fine job in this installment of "Telephone Time".
The story is very simple. At the beginning, cops are blockading the road as the maniac's car approaches. It soon plows into the roadblock and there's no one inside! The guy rigged it to drive and bailed out some place...but where? Soon, a mother and son are surprised when he arrives and takes them hostage and then threatens to kill them!! Will they escape...and, if so, how??
What made this pretty neat was that it was a true story and at the end you get to see the actual mother and son being interviewed. Too bad the narrator/interviewer was amazingly lame and his delivery was amazingly bland. Otherwise a rather exciting show...worth your time.
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