Television: Subways Are for Stabbing

The lurching subway car on New York's ancient IRT line was a meticu lous replica of the real thing, complete with dirty windows and a scurfy litter of candy wrappers on the floor. It had been built from plans furnished by the New York Transit Authority, and set up in a Brooklyn studio for a Du Pont Show of the Week play called "Ride with Terror," by Nicholas Baehr.

But when the Transit Authority heard what "Terror" was about it was horrified. The play dealt brilliantly with a pair of hopped-up punks who terrorize a subway earful of early morning...

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