|Sidney Blackmer as Healer Jones|
Aaron tells Jones that he does not listen to the radio or watch television because he has heard that they portray “a load of sinful stuff . . . drinkin’ and killin’ and sinful women.” Little does he know that this chance encounter will soon lead him to experience firsthand two of those three demons. Jones lays hands on Aaron and begins to heal him, inviting him to that night’s meeting. Before the car drives off, Aaron also meets the healer’s pretty daughter, Emily.
|Robert Armstrong and Andrew Prine|
|Maggie Pierce as Emily Jones|
|Andrew Prine as Aaron|
|Don Hammer as Byers|
Olan Soule (1909-1994) had the small role of Charlie Fish; he is a recognizable character actor who was in eight Hitchcock episodes and two Twilight Zones; he was also the voice of Batman in many TV cartoons.
|Olan Soule and Prine|
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