An aging actress is suspected of murdering her husband in order to pursue her dream.
Did You Know?
In this episode's opening scene, middle-aged socialite (and would-be actress) Marion Whitney is struggling to assay the role of Shakespeare's Juliet. In fact, Claire Bloom
once starred in an acclaimed Old Vic Theatre stage production of "Romeo and Juliet" -- some fifty years prior. See more
Goren suggests that Marion Whitney's husband was murdered by mixing a pesticide with "a base, like petroleum jelly," then applying the jelly to a medical oxygen regulator. In reality when pure oxygen comes into contact with an oil-based product spontaneous combustion occurs. If this hypothesis had been correct the husband would have survived or been killed in the ensuing oxygen fire. See more
Oh, yes. "Bound for Broadway"... Our seniors enjoy it. Of course, it helps that they're a little hard of hearing.