So there are no turkeys to review this week.
|Elke Sommer and Boyd|
|Hugh O'Brian and Shirley Eaton|
|Leon Genn and most of the group|
|Dennis Price and Wilfrid Hyde White|
|Consultation: Halsey and Andrews|
|Sylvia Pascal and George Nader|
|Jerry and Percy (Helmut Fornbacher) after a fight|
|Nader with Heinz Weiss|
|Herbert Marshall, Pat O'Brian and Claire Trevor|
Art lecturer George Steele (Pat O'Brian) breaks into a museum, acting all crazy, and insists that he was just in a tremendous train wreck and barely survived. Cops, museum staff, and sort-of girlfriend Terry (Claire Trevor) are worried by his behavior, even more so when they learn that there has been no news of any train wreck. George tries to retrace his steps, and even takes a train from Grand Central, the same train he thinks he took earlier, to try and figure out what happened to him. There is talk of a missing or forged art masterpiece. When his friend and colleague Stevenson (Damian O'Flynn) is found murdered, George goes on the run.
|Ray Collins ministers to O'Brian|
|O'Brian and Trevor|
Verdict: Initially intriguing but ultimately minor crime drama. **1/4.