When Mr. and Mrs. Crane hear the Verbers having a violent argument in the apartment just above them, and then Mr. Verber disappears the next day, they can't help suspecting the worst.



(teleplay), (story) (as Morris Hershman)

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Episode complete credited cast:
Himself - Host
Amelia Verber
Dorothy Crane
Stanley Crane (as Joseph Mantell)
Sgt. Halloran (as Robert Simon)
Ed Kemmer ...
Ben Verber
Grazia Narciso ...
Mrs. Santini
Leola Wendorff ...
Mrs. Glavetsky (as Laiola Wendorff)


Stanley Crane is working at his grocery when Mrs. Verber comes in with a badly bruised face. Stanley's wife Dorothy believes that Mr. Verber hits his wife, and is having affairs with other women. Back at home, the Cranes hear the Verbers having a violent argument in the apartment above theirs. The next day, when Mr. Verber is missing, and soon afterward a detective starts poking around the apartment building, the Cranes can't help suspecting the worst. Written by Snow Leopard

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11 December 1955 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound Recording)

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1.33 : 1
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Actress Judith Evelyn also appeared in Alfred Hitchcock's film 'Rear Window', which has a remarkably similar plot. See more »

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What Did She Say?
6 October 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is a pretty pedestrian crime drama. It's about the frantic wife who hears a lot of violence going on in the upstairs apartment. He husband tells her to mind her own business, but then he becomes involved himself. The key to the whole thing is finding how a body would be disposed of. To modern viewers, this is a bit far fetched; at the time it was done, it was probably more believable, especially to a male dominated society (more male that is). Anyway, I believe this eventually evolves into a story about a person who is delusional. The acting is pretty believable. The final moment is pregnant with possibilities but the question is, "Why would someone bring suspicion to herself?" Or am I missing something?

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