Thriller: Season 1, Episode 13

Knock Three-One-Two (13 Dec. 1960)

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A man in need of money enlists the help of a serial killer to get the money from his wife.



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Episode cast overview:
Joe Maross ...
Ray Kenton
Ruth Kenton
George Mikos
David Alpert ...
Joe Bedell
Murray Alper ...
Older Bartender
Meade Martin ...
Silk Stocking Strangler
Police Captain
Lida Piazza ...
First Waitress
Will J. White ...
Lt. Tracy
Bunny Bishop ...
Second Waitress
Lillian O'Malley ...


A man in need of money enlists the help of a serial killer to get the money from his wife.

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13 December 1960 (USA)  »

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Ray was at the bar talking to the strangler at a time approaching midnight, but the next scene where George drops off Ruth at her apartment, it appears to be daylight. See more »

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Don't Open The Door
29 October 2014 | by (North America) – See all my reviews

Joe Maross plays perennial gambler Ray Kenton, who finds himself once again deep in debt to gangsters, who this time threaten to kill him if he doesn't pay in full. Broke and desperate, he tries and fails to get his wife Ruth(played by Beverly Garland) to loan him the money from her savings. Ray then befriends a disturbed young man named Benny(played by Warren Oates) who insists he is a killer, and there is indeed a serial killer on the loose. Though Benny isn't responsible, Ray decides to use slow-witted Benny in an elaborate murder scheme involving that killer and his wife... Contrived though reasonably interesting effort has a good cast at least, and a most ironic ending.

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