(teleplay by) (as Charles S. Belden)


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Episode complete credited cast:
Charles Underwood
Carol Brewster ...
Sherry Pine
Connie Underwood
Cecil Weston ...
Mrs. Ash

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Crime | Drama




Release Date:

6 September 1951 (USA)  »

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(Western Electric Recording)

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Sherry Pine: [Whether Tom Underwood could be swindled] He is as ripe as a cantaloupe in August.
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This mother-in-law is Satan!
22 January 2014 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

Warren Douglas stars as Charles Underwood. Underwood is a nice guy but isn't very happy. He should be, as he's very well off financially. However, his evil mother-in-law lives with him and his wife and she is poison. Every time Charles goes out of town, his viper-like in-law keeps filling her daughter with the notion Charles is cheating on her. When he returns home, the wife attacks him--accusing him of infidelity. Finally, he's had enough and demands that the mother leaves or he does. Sadly, the wife chooses her mother and Charles goes to Vegas for a little vacation--and that's when his REAL problems begin.

Charles meets a lady at the hotel and she convinces him to come with her to a private gambling house. He likes the place and wins consistently over several days. No problem, right? Well not so fast--the guy running this gambling joint is involved in 'check kiting'. This is the practice of using forgery to change the amount on the check. So, when Underwood writes a check for $1000 and wins $1500, he thinks he's way ahead--but they change his check to $10,000! Soon, he's broke and angry. What's next? Aside from the usual miracle rescue that ALWAYS seems to come at the end of the show, this is a very interesting and informative show. Plus it helps that you really like the guy. Worth your time.

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