Thriller (1960–1962)
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A Good Imagination 

A bookworm uses his good imagination and some storylines from Poe to dispose of his cheating wife's paramours.

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Frank Logan
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Louise Chase Logan
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George Parker
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Randy Hagen
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Joe Thorp
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Arnold Chase
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Celia Perry
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Bookstore owner Frank Logan has a problem with his wife, Louise, and her numerous marital flings. Fortunately, Frank believes he's found the perfect solution to his problem. His beloved collection of books give him ideas on how to take care of Louise and her paramours for good. Written by uber_geek

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2 May 1961 (USA)  »

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The murderer, a book dealer, is seen reading several books that have connections to the plot. They are: "Crime and Punishment," "Lady Chatterley's Lover," "An American Tragedy," and a book of stories by Edgar Allan Poe. See more »

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Lethal Bookworm
30 October 2014 | by (North America) – See all my reviews

Edward Andrews plays bookseller Frank Logan, who is married to a beautiful wife named Louise(played by Patricia Barry) who has numerous affairs, inspiring Frank(who does read all the books he sells) to kill her lovers by various ingenious means, and that extends even to her brother and a private investigator. While vacationing at their cabin, Louise starts an affair with yet another younger man(played by Ed Nelson) but now, Frank decides to dispose of them both in his most clever scheme yet, but Frank may turn out to be too clever for his own good... Andrews is quite good as the charming but ruthless killer, and episode has a playful yet menacing tone all the way through.


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