Kraft Suspense Theatre: Season 2, Episode 23

Kill No More (29 Apr. 1965)

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A U.S. scientist obsessed with putting an end to war by creating the ultimate weapon, endangers his marriage by neglecting his much-younger wife. He's a perfectionist, which riles his ... See full summary »



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Dr. Thomas Clay
Robert Burke
Joanne Clay
Robert F. Simon ...
Gen. 'Red' Brockman
Morgan Jones ...
Garry Walberg ...
Dr. Martin Sorbin
Michael Fox ...
Howard Link
Dr. Lessing
Monroe Arnold ...
Dr. Duveen
Sue England ...
Thalmus Rasulala ...
Technician (as Jack Crowder)
Jason Wingreen ...
Walter Woolf King ...
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A U.S. scientist obsessed with putting an end to war by creating the ultimate weapon, endangers his marriage by neglecting his much-younger wife. He's a perfectionist, which riles his military overseers, who keep pressuring the physicist for quick results, because they fear he'll be nabbed by enemy agents. Written by David Stevens

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Muy excellente
18 March 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

An aging scientist (Ayres) is developing a cobalt bomb and in the process neglects his much younger wife (Adams). She in turn takes up with her husband's best friend (Webber), who just happens to be a Soviet spy. Complications ensue. This is one of the very best Kraft episodes, with a heckuva good plot, courtesy of Larry Cohen, sharp direction by Tom Gries, and an outstanding cast. Ayres is smooth as silk as an obsessed egghead and Adams, in her other life a popular songstress, lends just the right amount of emotion to every one of her scenes. When push comes to shove and she has to decide between husband and lover, it is actually painful to watch her expression in closeup. Webber, one of the busiest actors in Hollywood, makes a truly sinister turncoat. Watch for a young Lenny Nimoy as a compassionate federal agent. A side note: Ayres, who had been acting since his youth and continued to act right up to his death, will always stay in my head and heart for one of his final roles. Well into his 70s or possibly early 80s, he played a doctor in a the second OMEN movie. When he grows wise to Damien, he goes to his death under thick lake ice. He is shown being swept along under the ice as people attempt to rescue him, in vain. The scene goes on for quite a bit,and is agonizing to watch. Ayres is absolutely amazing as he struggles t survive, and to to this day I wonder how they filmed his death scene and what they must have put him through to make it look so convincing.

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