In small-town Hainesville, California a kindly jewelry store owner feels guilty after killing a young Mexican man during a hold-up attempt at his store. The boy's sister is angry and wants ... See full summary »

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Sam Morris
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Marta Aviles
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Juano Herrera
Berkeley Harris ...
Pike
Joe De Santis ...
Mr. Aviles
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Ada Street
Noel Drayton ...
Tom Street
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Mrs. Louisa Aviles
Tony Patino ...
Manual 'Manny' Aviles (as Tony Patiño)
Robert Knapp ...
Detective Sgt. Mulloy
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The Farmer
Andres Oropeza ...
The Bartender
Ron Burke ...
The Salesman
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In small-town Hainesville, California a kindly jewelry store owner feels guilty after killing a young Mexican man during a hold-up attempt at his store. The boy's sister is angry and wants revenge. She takes advantage of the jeweler's compassion and loneliness and gets close to him-a little too close for both of them. Later, she finds the man who truly was to blame for her brother's death. Written by dubchi

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6 November 1964 (USA)  »

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That He Should Weep For Her
10 January 2010 | by (brighton, ma) – See all my reviews

That He Should Weep For Her is a decent, unexceptional Kraft suspense entry, and only moderately suspenseful at that since it's fairly easy for an experienced viewer to figure out where it's going and how it will end. The story concerns a jewelry store owner who shoots and accidentally kills a very young man during a botched robbery. As events unfold, the young man has an attractive sister who decides to take revenge on the middle-aged store owner and in time begins to romance him. Or is she up to something else? Maybe she's falling for him after all. He's certainly taken with her, and guilt-ridden, is spending a lot of money taking her out on dates.

I've seen better episodes in this series, and also much worse ones. In the leading role of Sam the jeweler, Milton Berle gives a straight, credible performance, and if one didn't know he'd ever been a comedian, well, you'd never guess it from his work here. Comedians often make surprisingly good dramatic actors, and Berle is no exception.

Carol Lawrence, as the vengeful Hispanic woman he romances, doesn't quite do it for me as an actress. She comes across as too poised for the character she's portraying, her line readings are irritatingly one note, and despite her good looks she lacks charisma. Like Berle, Miss Lawrence was known for other things than acting, and she enjoyed a successful career as a singer and Broadway musical star. Alejandro Rey is much better as her shady boyfriend, but sadly, as was so often the case with this difficult to properly cast actor, he, or rather his character, is put upon from the get-go.


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