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The Three Elders of Lifeboat Landing
Lifeboat Landing seems to be the perfect community, where there is no crime and everything is peaceful. When a young reporter starts snooping into the communities past, he discovers more than what he was prepared for.
Air Dates:
First Run - April 26, 1976
Repeat - August 31, 1976
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4 Responses to Episode 0477

A reporter tries to uncover how a small community has achieved something resembling Utopia with no crime, no violence, and no dissent.

A lawyer is approached by his affluent client after winning a case to consider coming to live in his utopian community. He is all for it but his wife is less certain. Her brother is a reporter and wants to pursue a story of men arrested for a robbery in the same community during which they allegedly shot and apparently killed the teller. The suspects appear to have vanished without a trial let alone a conviction.

I loved this story right up until the end. The story just stops instead of having a resolution. To me, it was begging for another 15 minutes, or even a Part 2.

I sort of agree with Ron about the story ending abruptly, however, there is also a point in a story where the author will stop and allow the reader to come to their own conclusions about what happens next. E.G. tells us something that happened next, but we could come to our own conclusions. Not too bad of a story and I liked that the brothers and the wife were all different enough in their opinions/personality to make it more believable.

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