A scaffold falls on a new bride, after her husband accuses her of rendezvousing with an old flame. Another former suitor suspects the husband faked the accident, and urges her to cut off ... See full summary »

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A scaffold falls on a new bride, after her husband accuses her of rendezvousing with an old flame. Another former suitor suspects the husband faked the accident, and urges her to cut off the affair. When she persists, he fears the unbalanced husband will again try to kill her, so he devises a plan to protect her. Written by David Stevens

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Can You Develop a Tolerance to Arsenic?
4 March 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is the eternal triangle times four. Once again we have the marriage of a dull, relatively unattractive man and a party-girl wife. Her dalliance is known about by everyone, it would seem, but her husband. Enter a man who really has no designs on her, but who fears she may become a murder victim. In typical Hitchcock fashion, we are toyed with. The unfortunate do-gooder finds himself square in the middle of unknown events; his snooping and searching become visible to the husband at some point. What is done with this is the subject of the show. It is a bit far-fetched to say the least, but these tightly plotted little short stories force this. It is certainly an example of no good deed going unpunished.


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