Gangster Dan Varrell, just released from prison, goes looking for the woman he holds responsible for his brother's death.

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Dan Varrel
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Lois Williams
Maxine Cooper ...
Mary
Peter Adams ...
Tim Grady
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Shorty
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Lou Henry
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Hilda
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Dan has just been released from prison, and Lois is terrified. While he was behind bars, Dan's brother was shot and killed while trying to escape from the police, because Lois had told the police where he was hiding. Everyone whom Lois asks for help knows that Dan holds her responsible, and will not help her. So Dan confronts her in her room alone, prepared to kill her no matter how hard she begs for mercy. Dan is then baffled when Lois tells him to go ahead, since she is in despair and has nothing to live for. Written by Snow Leopard

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6 November 1955 (USA)  »

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We All Eventually Pay!
3 October 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

A young woman betrays the brother of a gangster while he is in prison. She lives in abject terror of his return, knowing that these will be her last days. When he comes to kill her, he realizes that she is so guilt ridden she doesn't even care. He says as much. He wants her to beg, to plead, to get on her knees. Then a strange turn of events. Instead of doing her in, he offers her a business partnership. Of course, we think he is fronting some illegal operation and she will be victimized by it. It is, after all, Alfred Hitchcock. Still, she begins to design clothes and create a very successful dress shop. She is the happiest she has ever been. She is walking on air. There is a lot of byplay with some real noir characters such as Elijah Cook. Gene Barry is quite good as the cold calculating gangster. This is really a solid episode.


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