Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Journey Into Darkness was originally telecast live and in color on the NBC anthology series Matinee Theatre. Skip Homeier plays a young man who holds down two jobs for two years. After suffering a nervous breakdown, Homeier moves himself and his family to Florida, where he takes a less taxing job. One morning, he is knocked unconscious-and when awakens, he has lost his memory and has been transported some 900 miles from home. This 60-minute drama offers a fascinating depiction of Homeier's tortured subconscious, utilizing black backdrops, cubist props and off-kilter camera angles. Peggy McKay costars as Homeier's anxious wife. Originally telecast March 6, 1958, Journey Into Darkness resurfaced in kinescope form as part of the syndicated Cameo Theatre series.
past, search, amnesia, mechanic, robbery