Paula Frayne's husband Norman is a chronic worrier who shows her little attention. When an old friend of Norman's shows up and shows too much interest in Paula, Norman becomes difficult. ... See full summary »

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Paula Frayne's husband Norman is a chronic worrier who shows her little attention. When an old friend of Norman's shows up and shows too much interest in Paula, Norman becomes difficult. Paula becomes convinced that Norman no longer loves her and moves out of the house. She was wrong, however. Norman really loves her and threatens murder to prove it. Written by Anonymous

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27 April 1958 (USA)  »

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Himself - Host: [in the bathtub] This is what I get for having a telephone in the bathroom.
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5 July 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I guess when one is driven by despair, one can go to the most ridiculous extremes. This is a story about love, even though it is not love in a demonstrative way, but the kind of love people have who have gotten used to each other. Enter the other element, the young, romantic manipulator. We are led to believe that our hero has finally had enough, and while what he is doing is beyond the pale, he is at least doing something. Of course, Hitchcock's writers know that the story is just too easy. Revenge is what this is all about, so we need a more satisfactory ending. Performances are quite dramatic. I just couldn't get beyond the lack of choices that the protagonist investigates. Oh well! It's a half hour and it certainly is interesting.


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