Thriller (1960–1962)
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'Til Death Do Us Part 

Undertaker Carl Somers murders his nagging wife so he can head west to marry a wealthy spinster. The joke's on him though: eloping with the old maid gets her disinherited, leaving him with ... See full summary »

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Himself
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Carl Somers
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The Marshal
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Celia Hooper Somers
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Doc O'Connor
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Elmer Hooper
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Myrtle Hooper
Eve McVeagh ...
Bonnie
Walker Edmiston ...
Jerry Flagg
Frances Morris ...
Abbie Somers
Phil Arnold ...
Curly
Delores Wells ...
Flo
Hurley Bell ...
The Cowhand (as Hurly Bell)
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Undertaker Carl Somers murders his nagging wife so he can head west to marry a wealthy spinster. The joke's on him though: eloping with the old maid gets her disinherited, leaving him with another unwanted wife. A new doctor in town hiding from a murder charge comes in handy at this point. Written by P. Silvestro

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12 March 1962 (USA)  »

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Death Comes Soon
2 November 2014 | by (North America) – See all my reviews

Henry Jones stars as frustrated undertaker Carl Somers, who has just murdered his nagging wife in hopes of moving west to marry a wealthy woman he corresponds with through letters named Celia Hooper(played by Rita Shaw), only to meet bitter disappointment when Celia turns out to be grossly overweight and unattractive. He marries her anyway, only to find that he can't access her money because his brother-in-law(played by Philip Ober) dislikes him, leaving him little choice but to plan another murder, only this time it will turn out differently... Marginal episode has many elements of dark humor that sporadically work, though the twist ending is a good one.


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