George tells his rude and classless employee, Wendell, to come up to his apartment, where George plans to fire him. However, while George is talking, Wendell collapses on the sofa and dies of a stroke.

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Wendell Thomas
Lou Rogers III ...
Fred
Al Fann ...
Funeral Director
Frances E. Nealy ...
Mrs. Thomas (as Frances Nealy)
Tracee Lyles ...
Woman #1
Myrna White ...
Woman #2
Pucci Jhones ...
Woman #3
Roy Andrews ...
Man #1
Hugh McPhillips ...
Old Man
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Tom took one of his suits to George's cleaning store and his employee, Wendell, spilled jelly on it. When Wendell refused to address the issue, Tom complains to George. Realizing that Tom's complaint isn't the only one received against Wendell, George tells his employee to come up to his apartment, where he plans to terminate his employment. When Wendell arrives and George begins talking, however, Wendell collapses on the sofa and dies of a stroke. Written by Oliver Chu

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15 March 1981 (USA)  »

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