Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Color of Blood has a central situation that, in other circumstances, might have been ideal for a situation comedy. A young lawyer's assistant, played by Katherine Schofeld, wants to make a good impression on her first important assignment. While riding on a train, she spots a man she assumes to be her boss' client: he isn't. But Color of Blood is not a sitcom but a murder melodrama. The man mistaken for the client is actually a murderer, and the girl's anxiousness to please may result in her own demise. Shot on videotape, Color of Blood was originally telecast on ABC's Wide World Mystery anthology.
assignment, client, danger, estate, lawyer, murder, train [locomotive], will [document]