A disturbed young girl is in a school that is set up to turn troubled kids into well-adjusted, respectable citizens. However, she finds herself locking horns with some adults at the school she is convinced are against her.
A Scotland Yard inspector is assigned to investigate the murder of a young man who, as it turned out, was the fiancé of the inspector's daughter. The inspector, however, has a secret - he is the one who committed the murder.
Two young Polish men are arrested by the Communist authorities in Warsaw and thrown in prison, where they spend the next five years. They are never told what their "crimes" were and, in fact, are never tried in court. While in prison they wrote a book, and that is the basis for this episode.
A drunken mother and lazy, no-good father has made Ciske a troubled, and troublesome, student. A caring and concerned teacher and a handicapped classmate believe that they can help him turn his life around.
Investigating the murder of a young woman named Annie Boone, two homicide detectives are startled to discover that they are getting vastly different descriptions of the girl from people who knew her intimately--her mother says she wasn't very bright but her father says she was brilliant. A male friend describes her as a wild, carefree "party girl" type, but another says she was shy, withdrawn and retiring. The detectives set out to find out exactly who Annie really was.
A television game-show contestant, who has won a lot of money, is scheduled to appear in an episode where he will be given the chance to win the show's $16,000 jackpot. Before the show goes on the air, however, he is found murdered.
A teenage girl solves a "whodunit" murder game. Later she visits her uncle on the French Riviera and, buoyed by her success in the murder game, starts looking into a killing that occurred seven years previously, in which the suspects included a butler and a possibly corrupt cop.
A cop is killed on duty, reportedly while breaking up a gambling ring. When the investigation focuses on one particular suspect, the precinct captain wants to immediately charge the man with murder. However, a detective investigating the case begins to suspect that the dead officer wasn't quite as squeaky-clean as he was being made out to be.
A private charter plane carrying two businessmen crashes and kills all aboard. While investigating the crash, police discover that a third passenger never boarded the plane, and begin to suspect that the crash may have not have been an accident after all but a scheme by the third passenger to fake his own death.
A reporter sets out to investigate the murder of a Pulitzer Prize-winning colleague. He discovers that the man wasn't quite as squeaky-clean as was commonly believed: it turns out that he was a blackmailer, and there are more than a few people who had reason to want to see him dead.
Two college students hitching their way back to school. A fierce storm arises, and they take shelter in a local farmer's barn. The next day on the radio they hear that the daughter of the farmer who gave them shelter has been murdered, and the boys are shocked to hear that a description of the killers matches them perfectly.
A wealthy publisher has come to regret his quick marriage to a beautiful woman once he realizes she's cheating on him. He meets a man who can get rid of his "problem", and hires him to kill his wife. Afterwards, however, he changes his mind, and how he must find the would-be assassin before he carries out his assignment.
A tough veteran cop, expecting to be promoted to a supervisor position, is passed over, and finds himself assigned to a homicide by the man who took what he considered to be his job. His new boss warns him against using the brutal tactics he is infamous for, but the cop soon ditches his partner and pays a visit to the suspect in the case, in order to "interrogate" him--alone.
Elderly Aunt Violet lets it be known that she's particularly afraid of one of her heirs, who she thinks is greedy enough to do away with her to get her money. Not long after hiring a new gardener, Violet disappears. Her friends and neighbors suspect that she has been killed by the greedy heir, but her niece Helen decides to search the entire countryside to find out what happened to her aunt.
A loud, obnoxious former football player has alienated his neighbors with his boorish behavior, and also because they know he married his wife for her money. When her dead body washes up on an isolated beach, the husband is arrested and charged with her murder. Although he insists he didn't kill his wife, he refuses to hire the kind of lawyer who could prove it.
An ambitious politician running for governor is informed by his wife that she's leaving him and getting a divorce. He tells her that, in order not to harm his chances in the election, she had better stay with him until after the campaign. When he arrives home one night shortly afterward, he finds his wife fighting with an intruder, and he is then struck on the head and knocked out. When he regains consciousness, he discovers his wife lying on the floor, dead.
A businessman, determined to let nothing stop his rise up the corporate ladder, neglects his wife and, in addition, is having an affair with his secretary. However, in order to keep up appearances, he refuses to give his wife a divorce. Complications ensue.
A new husband takes over his elderly father's hardware store, with the husband running the store and the wife taking care of the father and a somewhat dotty aunt who lives upstairs. However, when the father catches his daughter-in-law in a passionate kiss with another man, she decides it's time to get rid of the old man before he blabs to her husband.