Fired, a trigger-happy police officer (John Gavin) takes a job guarding summer homes. Directed by William Friedkin.
A wounded man (Tom Simcox) who shot a police officer seeks a nurse's (Colleen Dewhurst) aid to escape from his prison bed.
A mail-order bride (June Lockhart) has ultimately tragic suspicions about the strange death of her husband's first wife.
A gruesome surprise awaits a desperate man who thinks that a monkey's paw will bring him financial luck.
A philandering husband arranges his wife's murder, then has a sudden change of heart and frantically tries to prevent it.
A dishonest lawyer takes over a rich widow's holdings but underestimates her companion's (Geraldine Fitzgerald) wrath.
A wealthy land developer (J.D. Cannon) is shocked to discover that his wife (Patricia Barry) is seeking to divorce him.
Only hours before his wedding, a London detective discovers that his American fiancee has disappeared.
Professional killers (Jack Cassidy, Harry Townes) with the same employer find that each has the other as his next target.
A once-prominent Hollywood family discovers a way to improve finances. With John Carradine, Vera Miles, James Farentino.
An ordinary man discovers adding a toupee and a beard to change his appearance causes more problems than he anticipated.
A philandering wife (Anne Francis) seizes a seemingly golden opportunity to eliminate her wealthy husband (Robert Strauss).
An overlooked, unlocked cellar window leads to terror when an escaped, insane killer is on the loose.
A man's (Jeremy Slate) childhood nanny (Lilia Skala) begins to act suspiciously after he hires her to care for his baby.
A depressed man's (Steven Hill) life changes when he falls for a working guest (Angie Dickinson) at a "suicide club."
A television writer (Roger Perry) tries to protect a young woman from an older man who wants to marry her.
A woman (Margaret Leighton) cracks under the pressure of raising an orphaned niece with an imaginary friend.
A playboy (Peter Lawford) resorts to murder after losing his secretary (Julie London), wife (Martha Hyer) and job.
A reaction to an experimental drug causes a doctor (Barbara Barrie) to murder. With Ellen Corby.
A writer (James Caan) joins a gang to gather material for a book. With Walter Koenig.
A missionary couple's arrival in India leads a jealous wife (Jeanette Nolan) to murder. With Ed Begley.
The old adage "honor among thieves" is disproved when a philandering housewife and her suitor scheme to murder her wealthy husband.
A 19th-century man (Andrew Duggan) and his alcoholic wife (Elsa Lanchester) get into medical science.
Farmers (Pat Buttram, Teresa Wright) find the price of cheap labor is paid in blood. With Bruce Dern.
A businessman (Roddy McDowall) meets a stranger (Efrem Zimbalist Jr.) claiming to be his lover's husband.
A Mexican (Pina Pellicer) struggles to fulfill her husband's (Alejandro Rey) dying wish. Written by Ray Bradbury.
A released convict (John Cassavetes) contacts his former cellmate's wife (Ann Sothern) in order to find some hidden loot.
A couple moves into a beach house and uncovers a secret about the former owners. With Arthur Kennedy, Tisha Sterling.
A man (Peter Fonda) is determined to get even with the politician who murdered his father in cold blood.
A man (Peter Lind Hayes) mysteriously disappears after hinting of marital troubles to a curious neighbor (Lillian Gish).
After serving a prison sentence, a man (Bradford Dillman) courts the woman (Barbara Barrie) whose testimony convicted him.
After winning an acquittal on a murder charge, a lawyer (Martin Landau) discovers he defended a guilty man (Frank Gorshin).
Everything's coming up roses for newlyweds (Patrick O'Neal, Kathie Brown) using the garden as a graveyard for blackmailers.
A frightened embezzler (Steven Hill) stages his own suicide with the help of his double-crossing girlfriend (Joanna Moore).
An actor threatened by Satan worshippers agrees to star in a new film as long as no one knows where he goes upon leaving the studio each day.
An unsuccessful artist (Donnelly Rhodes) accused of bomb threats devises a scheme to steal artworks.
A wealthy dowager is concerned for the welfare of her niece who is married to a man beneath her notice.
When a man and his wife attempt to do away with an elderly lady, they discover that she is not as senile as they had imagined.
A thief (Telly Savalas) steals a Rolls-Royce, unaware there is a body in the trunk. With Darren McGavin.
A young couple (James MacArthur, Lynn Loring) tries to convince the bride's mother (Gloria Swanson) that their love is sincere.
A woman (Joan Hackett) elicits help from a lawyer (Kevin McCarthy) after receiving threatening phone calls.
A psychology professor sets the scene for murder when he offers married couples the opportunity to have a spouse killed.
A struggling actor (John Cassavetes) auditioning in London learns an old flame (Gena Rowlands) is wed to the play's backer.
A prisoner (Edd Byrnes) convinces a fellow inmate to smuggle him out of prison in another's coffin.
A farmer (Pat Buttram) brings home a sideshow jar whose curious contents frighten his wife (Collin Wilcox).
A middle-aged widower (John Larkin) enlists the help of a corrupt medium (Kim Hunter) to contact his dead son.
A shapely woman (Felicia Farr) accuses a local boy (Bruce Dern) of making lurid calls. With David White.
An heiress (Diana Hyland) turns to a greedy mystic after her fiance (Jeremy Slate) dies in a mining mishap.
A man (Leslie Nielsen) takes his son to a magic shop on his birthday and watches as the store owner makes the boy vanish.
The well-to-do wife (Teresa Wright) of a bigamist will go to any lengths to have her husband all to herself.
A henpecked man (Bob Newhart) tries to drive his nagging wife (Jane Withers) to murder.
An actress's (Patricia Barry) supposed dead husband returns and demands a share of her success. With Robert Culp.
Paroled safecrackers (Chris Robinson, James Gregory, Norman Fell) steal a safe, but it holds radioactive cobalt.
A medical student plants a corpse in a drunken roommate's (Michael Parks) bed to convince him he killed.
A lawyer (Richard Basehart), once an actor, helps his son, who stands trial for homicide. With Florence Halop.
A curious woman tells the police her neighbor (Gary Merrill) has buried his wife's body in his back yard. With Fess Parker.
A hired killer (Richard Kiley) fakes a murder for the victim (Richard Long) and his disabled wife (Anne Francis).
A woman (Pilar Seurat) becomes the target of her murderous spouse after finding a victim's button.
After his son's murder, a zealot (R.G. Armstrong) becomes obsessed with capturing the killer. With Dick York.
An ambitious Hollywood actor (George Segal) convinces his lover (Anne Baxter) to kill her husband, then makes a phone call.
A patient (Ray Milland) kills and assumes the identity of the head of a mental hospital; then the man's niece arrives.
A father and son (Victor Jory, Peter Brown) are reunited when the boy decides to follow in his dad's footsteps.
An unfaithful wife gets more than she bargained for when she decides to leave both her husband and her lover.
A syndicated advice columnist receives a letter from an old busybody which leads the journalist to irrationality and murder.
After an adopted son drowns, a strange woman (Madlyn Rhue) arrives claiming to be the boy's natural mother.
A girl (Katherine Crawford) gets into the wrong car at an Arizona cafe and witnesses a murder in Mexico.
The secretary (Laraine Day) of a wine baron murders when her dream of marrying him is shattered.
After a naive man (Larry Storch) weds a beautiful woman (Linda Christian), he learns she did not marry him for love.
A paralyzed woman (Phyllis Thaxter) must somehow communicate her husband is a killer before she becomes his next victim.
After a mild-mannered man commits a strangulation, he becomes a juror in the trial of the man accused of the crime.
A deranged woman kidnaps a 7-month-old boy who she believes is her son while renting a room at a woman's farmhouse.
An anthrax epidemic devastates Los Angeles, and authorities race to find the carrier. With Michael Parks.
The relatives (Ed Nelson, Sarah Marshall) of a murdered newlywed decide to bring the killer to justice. With Peter Graves.
A man (Gary Merrill) must stop his wife (Joan Fontaine) from alienating family and friends.
When a young couple moves into a new neighborhood, they find their lives threatened by the little boy next door.
A girl's (Zohra Lampert) deep love for a compulsive thief (Robert Redford) infuriates his jealous accomplice (Barry Morse).
A woman (Inger Stevens) thinks her refusal of the use of her phone led to a murder. With Dan O'Herlihy.
A woman (Anne Francis) stands trial for her husband's murder, and the family maid (Ruth Roman) holds the key to the truth.
A suspicious sergeant (William Conrad) digs when a death is labeled accidental. With David Wayne.
An executive (Howard Duff) plans to end an associate's (Dan Dailey) love affair and save the man's career and marriage.
A greedy preacher (Peter Falk) lets an elderly woman die, then pursues her heiress niece. With Dina Merrill.
A man's (Tony Randall) drinking causes blackouts during which he loses both his job and his wife. With Jayne Mansfield.
A crime returns to haunt a man (Hugh O'Brian) when boyhood pals escape from prison. With Gena Rowlands.
Plagued by a guilty conscience, a man (Barry Sullivan) confesses to his wife's murder, but his words fall on deaf ears.
A mugging jogs the memory of an amnesiac (Richard Basehart) who remembers he is being sought for murder.
A conniving man (Robert Sterling) blackmails a schoolmaster (Macdonald Carey) who has been led to believe he's an accomplice to murder.
A man (Dean Stockwell), determined to win the affection of a married woman (Susan Oliver), accidentally kills her husband (Henry Brandt).
On the eve of her final vows, Sister Pamela (Carol Lynley) must pick up a statue donated by an ex-mobster.
A writer (James Mason) tries to convince his publisher that a plot is feasible. With Angie Dickinson.
After being charged as a hit-and-run driver, a mystery writer (John Forsythe) elects to defend himself in court.
A desperate forest ranger (Brian Keith) takes matters into his own hands when blackmailers threaten his adopted daughter.
A psychology professor (Jeffrey Hunter) has his fiancee (Vera Miles) to act as bait for a campus killer.
A reformed gambler (Gig Young) tries to keep his bright, younger brother (Robert Redford) from following in his footsteps.