An industrial research scientist who "married the boss's daughter" feels pressured to gain a promotion so he can afford her. When the chance to make money by selling company secrets is ... See full summary »

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Tom Banning
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Dr. Marianne Scott
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Mrs. Janet 'Jan' Banning
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R. Randolph Wetherill
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Alan Parsons
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Bob Detweiler
Miguel Ángel Landa ...
Orlando (as Miguel Landa)
Nelson Olmsted ...
Dr. Oliver
Carl Crow ...
Billy
Gina Grant ...
The secretary
John Willis ...
Cogan
Frank McGinnis ...
McClory
Tracy Olsen ...
Alison
Bara Byrnes ...
Carla
Robert de Coy ...
Joe
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An industrial research scientist who "married the boss's daughter" feels pressured to gain a promotion so he can afford her. When the chance to make money by selling company secrets is offered he takes it. Later,to his regret,he finds the choice is no longer his-he will continue to provide information or his wife will die. Written by dubchi

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What a dumb idiot!
4 October 2015 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

Tom (Tom Tryon) married the boss' daughter and is an executive with the company. The problem is that his wife is used to living well...and with his salary, it ain't easy. Additionally, he often feels resentful about his place in the company and his chances of promotion. So what's his solution--to sell company secrets! Not surprisingly, this comes back to bite him on the butt. After all, if it worked out swell, it wouldn't be an episode of "Kraft Suspense Theater"!

This is a decent episode, though making Tom so stupid and unlikable detract from the show a bit. Making him more understandable and like a decent man just in over his head would have worked better. Additionally, Tryon's acting is a bit robotic in this one. But the story is interesting and you could do a lot worse!

By the way, the second I saw the character Alan Parsons (Liam Sullivan) I KNEW he was an evil weasel! Sullivan OFTEN played awful characters with no moral center, such as when he guest starred in shows like "Dragnet" and "Star Trek". It's like seeing John Colicos or Anthony Zerbe or Simon Oakland...you just know what you're bound to see when these guys show up on a television program!


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