Thriller (1960)/Dialogues with Death

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Dialogues with Death
Season 2, Episode 11
Airdate December 4, 1961
Teleplay by Robert Arthur
based on his own short stories
Directed by Herschel Daugherty
Produced by William Frye
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Dialogues with Death is the eleventh episode of the second season of Thriller, and the forty-eighth episode overall.

Starred: Boris Karloff (Pop Kenkins and Colonel Jackson) Norma Crane (Nell Lejean), Ed Nelson (Tom Ellison and Daniel Lejean)

with William Schallert (Professor MacFarland), George Kane (Harry Jervis), Jimmy Joyce (The Ambulance Attendant)

and Estelle Winwood (Aunt Emily)

Your Host: Boris Karloff

Contents

Plot Overview

Two tales of terror centering on communicating with the dead. In the first, an elderly morgue attendant can speak to the cadavers in his charge and he learns the identity of the gunman who killed a noted racketeer. In the second story, a greedy nephew returns to his family home in the Louisiana bayou to claim his inheritance but why does his dotty old aunt insist that he is dead?

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