Suspense: Season 4, Episode 43

The Crooked Frame (29 Jul. 1952)

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Kelly Davis, the unscrupulous creator of "Sally Forth" comic books, announces she's retiring the character. This move puts her resentful staff of cartoonists out of work. She offers Webb ... See full summary »

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Webb Wilson
Neva Patterson ...
Kelly Davis
Dean Harens ...
Johnny
Lois Wheeler ...
Ann
Kurt Katch ...
Boris
Harold Gary ...
Sam Holmes
Gene Anton ...
Lieutenant
Rex Marshall ...
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Kelly Davis, the unscrupulous creator of "Sally Forth" comic books, announces she's retiring the character. This move puts her resentful staff of cartoonists out of work. She offers Webb the chance to write the stories for her "new idea"--an idea she's stealing from him. Kelly is found dead the next morning, and Webb is the obvious suspect. Written by Jay Phelps <jaynashvil@aol.com>

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