Television: Review

Hallmark Hall of Fame: In a faultless presentation of the modern crime classic Dial M for Murder, Actor Maurice Evans again showed the British capacity for making the gentle art of homicide good clean fun. Once again, in a role he played on Broadway for some 500 performances, Evans decided that he preferred his wife's money to his wife (Rosemary Harris), then saw his plans go agley in a monstrous inversion of his custom-built plot. Brilliantly adapted for TV by its playwright, Frederick Knott, Dial M was a marvel of mobility, leaped from pub...

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