This, as with many Lux episodes, is a condensed story from the film version. The original fantasy film starred David Niven. This radio show stars Ray Milland as an English pilot during World War II who is caught between heaven and earth, wanting to return to the American WAC with whom he has recently fallen in love. Ann Blyth plays his love. She was nineteen years old at the time of this performance. The cast also includes Nigel Bruce, Alan Reed (whom most of us remember better as the voice of Fred Flintstone), William Johnstone, and Herb Rawlinson. It was broadcast October 27, 1947. Toward the end of the episode, when the stars are saying goodnight, host William Keighley announces Ann's upcoming film with Charles Boyer "Mortal Coils." That was the working title of the film that was eventually named A Woman's Vengeance. Enjoy.
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