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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Although the character is correctly credited on this web page as Larry the bartender, he's called Alex the bartender in the credits at the end of the story. See more »

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A Troubled Man
2 November 2014 | by (North America) – See all my reviews

Richard Carlson stars as Guy Guthrie, a traveling salesman and seemingly happy husband and father who in reality is having an affair with a woman(played by Kasey Rogers) who threatens to expose him unless he gets a divorce, which he is unwilling to do, so he kills her. When he gets home, his wife(played by K.T. Stevens) becomes suspicious and attempts to blackmail him into staying home, which of course backfires on her, though his son Julian(played by David Kent) finds out about everything, and despite his father's devotion, isn't safe either... Reasonably effective crime episode is at least well acted and interesting, even if it still wasn't what fans wanted.


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