|Title||:||the color blind formula|
|Plot||:||+ Inner Sanctum. December 6, 1944. CBS net origination, AFRS rebroadcast. "The Color-Blind Formula". "Raymond" introduces an untitled story about the murder of the man who invented a cure for color-blindness. Even though no story title is announced, this program is often referred to as "Elixir Number Four," or "The Color Blind Formula." The story has a surprise ending that will make you "see red!" AFRS program name: "Mystery " After the story, Peter Lorre introduces a preview of "The Whistler" story, "Death Sees Double." The story has elements similar to the story described, but is definitely not the same. The Coast of Maine Express is already an hour out of Boston. It's noon of a windy November day as the New England landscape flashes past. On the train are crowds of service men, mothers and babies, salesmen, and a man who has been acquitted of murder because the police couldn't find the body. The man sits alone reading the paper when something catches his eye. As he reads the article in the paper a man sits down on the seat next to him. But things are not quite as straight forward on this train journey as they appear.|
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