Apparent "family man" Guy Guthrie murders his mistress when she threatens to expose him, then his wife when she figures out what he's done. But what will he do about his beloved teenage son... See full summary »

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Apparent "family man" Guy Guthrie murders his mistress when she threatens to expose him, then his wife when she figures out what he's done. But what will he do about his beloved teenage son when the boy begins to puzzle out that his father killed his mother? Written by P. Silvestro

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26 March 1962 (USA)  »

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Olive Guthrie's name is misspelled "Gutherie" on her bottle of Seconal. See more »

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Richard Carlson in rare villainous mode
9 November 2008 | by (Youngstown,Ohio) – See all my reviews

Episode 63, "Kill My Love," offers genre veteran Richard Carlson a rare opportunity to play a villain and he is up to the challenge as philandering husband Guy Guthrie, who leaves a trail of murdered women behind until the truth is uncovered by his intelligent teenage son (David Kent), to whom he is completely devoted. Guy's insufferable ego proves to be his undoing, as he just isn't clever enough to avert suspicion, with a multitude of clues indicating his guilt. Carlson, who actually directed a previous entry (19 "Choose a Victim"), turns in a wonderfully edgy performance, while David Kent is quite believable as the son, whose suspicions change the relationship from one of devotion to one of survival. Patricia Breslin (William Castle's "Homicidal" and "I Saw What You Did") plays a sympathetic friend attracted to Guy, while the doomed wife is played by K. T. Stevens, previously seen in episode 21 "The Merriweather File." Not until Patricia Breslin's 2011 death did I learn that she was the wife of Cleveland Browns owner Art Modell, whom she wed in 1969 (her second marriage), and was frequently seen attending with her husband in the owner's box.


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