OK, just because I am bringing this up doesn't mean I approve of it. I'm......ambivalent. What else is new? A prolific, veteran TV writer/actor, William Idelson, is intriguingly credited as the partial author of this film, & when I emailed him about it (he had a link, which I can't find now, to his own site about teaching television writing), he didn't answer. I guess I wasn't that surprised: CH is positioned at more or less the beginning of his writing career, although he is also credited with the wonderful Twilight Zone episode "Long Distance Call" two years previous, as well as, oddly enough, The Flintstones. Now that's a writer honing his chops. Anyone know about Mr Idelson's involvement in this project? It struck me, & I asked him, about the fact that the film sported two pre-release titles that evidence a good writer's sensibility at work (Don't Cry Wolf, a reference to the Rod Lauren character's elusive predicament, & Tomorrow You Die!, a venerable dinking expression that poor soda shop jerk Syd Saylor quotes in the film a little before Lauren throttles him) -- & I wondered how much stuff of quality had been jerked around by Herb Strock &/or Joseph Cranston. Or maybe it was all Idelson's fault from the get-go. Either way, film historians need to know! P.S. Another writer credited on a Flintstones episode web site is none other than Joanna (Plan 9, Brain Eaters) Lee.