A man invents a pair of glasses that can see the truth in others and oneself. They lead to a series of suicides, murders, and tragedies for the wearers.

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Himself
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Miriam Olcott
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Sebastian Grimm
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Edward Dean
Paul Newlan ...
Joe Henshaw
Barbara Eiler ...
Olive Dean
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Maggie Henshaw
Dayton Lummis ...
Clarence Kramer
Molly Glessing ...
Mrs. Ames
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Burgin
Grandon Rhodes ...
Judge Pfluger
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Dirk Van Prinn
Joan Tompkins ...
Ellen Grimm
Ralph Clanton ...
Thorgenson
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Charlie
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A man invents a pair of glasses that can see the truth in others and oneself. They lead to a series of suicides, murders, and tragedies for the wearers.

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27 December 1960 (USA)  »

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In the fourth act, Sebastian Grimm claims that the cheaters have caused five deaths. The number is six: Charlie, Mr. and Mrs. Henshaw, Clarence Kramer, Miriam Olcott and Edward Dean, in that order. See more »

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They Can't Handle The Truth
30 October 2014 | by (North America) – See all my reviews

Classic episode of the series was well-remembered by fans. An inventor(played by Henry Daniell) creates a unique pair of eyeglasses that enable the wearer to see the truth in themselves and others. This sight drives the inventor to suicide, and decades later, when his house is being searched for treasures, is found by junk dealer Joe Henshaw(played by Paul Newlan) whose life is ruined when he tries them on. The glasses then come into the possession of an old woman(played by Mildred Dunnock), her son-in-law(played by Jack Weston), and finally author Sebastian Grimm(played by Harry Townes), all of whom can't handle the truth either... Most effective horror story is among the best, with a memorable closing scene.


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