After being taken in by a kindly carnival magician, a mentally challenged boy is duped by the magician's deceitful wife.
A housekeeper make arrangements to keep her lover all to herself when he expresses interest in another woman.
A man (Wayne Rogers) decides to demonstrate to his new-found girlfriend (Anne Helm) how he gets his kicks. With Brian Hutton.
A recently-divorced man (Robert Webber) makes a deal with a friend (Jeremy Slate) to avoid having to pay alimony.
A wanted man (Jack Carson) disappears while visiting a little-known tourist attraction in Italy. With Christopher Dark.
A meek clerk (Dick York) plots with his associates to rob their investment firm. With Wendell Holmes.
A shoplifter (Coleen Gray) is blackmailed into helping the store manager (Richard Long) in a crime of his own.
A husband searches desperately for his wife in a neighborhood where numerous murders have been committed.
Having had a bad run of luck, a man (Howard Morris) tracks down an old college friend (Jack Carter) in hopes of landing a job.
A warden (Ed Asner) tries to help a parolee (R.G. Armstrong) who has been sent back to prison.
A jewelry shop owner sells a rare black pearl to a client, who later returns looking for another one to make a matched pair.
A man's (Gene Evans) obsession over his pet dog pushes him over the edge when the dog suddenly dies. With Carmen Mathews.
A young writer (George Grizzard) asks an established author to finance a book.
A seedy character (Frankie Darro) discovers an amazing formula and decides to use it to make some quick cash. With Robert Keith and Karl Lukas.
An undertaker (John Fielder) attempts to collect from a penny-pinching killer (Ed Gardner).
A man and his lover (Mark Miller, Patricia Breslin) plot to eliminate his wife (Vivienne Segal) so they can be together.
A retired man plans to run away with his mistress and stolen company funds but his wife has something else in mind.
A gang of teen thieves hits one house too many when they target a mob gangster's (Philip Reed) home. With Tom Gilleran and Rafael Campos.
On the verge of losing his job, an advertising executive is desperate to come up with a successful ad campaign.
Following the close of a murder trial, an attorney continues to seek the truth for his own personal satisfaction.
Following a train accident, a man plans to cheat an insurance company out of a large amount of money.
In his run from the law, an escaped convict kidnaps a young woman, unaware of her relationship to his latest victim.
A man's (Andrew Prine) confidence in a faith healer (Sidney Blackmer) leads to an interesting situation for both of them. With Maggie Pierce and Robert Armstrong.
Taking advantage of his girlfriend's job at a psychiatrist's office, a small-time crook cooks up a lucrative money-making scheme.
A policeman working the night shift encounters an old man with amnesia (Claude Rains) and a lost boy (Bill Mumy).
A struggling actor invites a fellow actor to his apartment to rehearse a role for which they are competing.
A woman has second thoughts about marriage when her future husband lectures her about indiscretions and torture.
A sheriff believes a woman (June Walker) is guilty of her husband's murder but has no evidence. With Ann Harding and Frances Reid.
After being shot in a holdup, a bank robber unknowingly receives the wrong medicine from an old pharmacist.
An amnesia victim (Stephen Dunne) has a $1,000 bill and a doctor's name in his wallet.
A man (Cecil Parker) hires a detective (Eric Barker) to follow his estranged wife (Kay Walsh), who he believes is seeing another man.
A professional hit man (Richard Conte) tries to retire but things keep getting in the way. With Sarah Shane.
A shy woman (Caroline Kearney) is attacked in her home while her husband (Dick York) is working late one night.
A fraternity prank proves deadly when a drunken frat member (Burt Brinckerhoff) thinks he has committed murder.
A lonely wife's (Anne Francis) attempt to make her husband (Edmund Hashim) jealous unwittingly helps the police.
Two crooks rob a bank messenger and escape with $18,000, only to learn there was a witness to their crime.
After acquiring an unusual monkey for his act during a state of intoxication, a carnival worker comes to regret his purchase.
While searching his visiting uncle's luggage, a 6-year-old discovers a loaded pistol and thinks it is a toy.
A student (Billy Gray) caught cheating on an exam thinks that his professor (Paul Ford) has killed his wife.
A district attorney (Leslie Nielsen) is ambitious to further his career and eventually become a governor. With Bernard Katz and Harold Stone.
A woman (Madeleine Sherwood) plots her husband's (James Best) death when she discovers he has been unfaithful. With Diana Van Der Vlis and Joe Flynn.
A henpecked husband (Martin Balsam) arouses suspicion when he purchases a casket before there is a death.
An ex-con (Crahan Denton) becomes frantic when he loses all his money shortly after being released from prison. With Jeanette Nolan.
The wife (Jo Van Fleet) abandoned by her husband (John Emery) years before suddenly appears on the night of an important dinner party.
A man (Ronald Howard) hires a private detective (Arte Johnson) and discovers his wife may be dating a movie star.
When a man kills a young hoodlum who has just robbed a liquor store, he is later confronted by the boy's mother.
A teenager (Susan Harrison) basks in the attention she receives after pretending to have been attacked.
A woman is surprised when her husband returns from prison after serving time for a crime she committed.
A young couple's (Hazel Court, Jack Cassidy) plans to marry are upset when an old man (Ernest Truex) proposes to the woman.
A faithful valet (Paul Hartman) performs a final service for his mob-connected employer (Peter Falk).
A woman (Gia Scala) convinces her handsome young lover (Lee Phillips) to end her husband's (Les Tremayne) life. With Russell Collins.
A woman begins to realize her domineering mother has no intention of cutting the apron strings that bind them together.
A curious visitor (Myron McCormick) asks the curator (Larry Gates) about a skeleton on display in a museum.
A hen-pecked husband (Scott McKay) plots with an attractive nurse to kill his ailing wife.
When a traveling salesman (John Fiedler) stops in a small town, he runs into unexpected trouble. With Crahan Denton.
A priest (Claude Raines) ask for help from a gambler who believes prayers are helping his horses win.
After spending six years in prison for a robbery he didn't commit, a man (Rip Torn) decides to get even.
A wily old codger (Murray Matheson) gets the better of a younger, stronger man (Scott Marlowe) in their pursuit of a young lady (Joyce Meadows).
A strange woman (Patricia Collinge) has a unique method for hanging onto her pets -- she has them all stuffed. With Dean Stockwell.
A humiliated horror-movie star (Richard Hale) seeks revenge when his latest film is turned into a farce.
An escape artist (Keenan Wynn), desperate for the one big stunt that will gain him notoriety, meets with disaster. With Jan Sterling.
An alcoholic woman (Claire Trevor) tries to reclaim her estranged daughter, who has been raised by another family. With Biff Elliott.
A couple (Julie Adams, James Franciscus) is concerned when their daughter acquires an imaginary playmate.
A master clockmaker (Abraham Sofaer) who escaped Nazi Germany refuses to allow his granddaughter (Anne Helm) to wed. With Nicholas Pryor.
A man (Arthur Hill) makes a serious mistake when he tries to do the right thing. With R.G. Armstrong and Rod Cameron.
A woman and her lover (Sarah Marshall, Peter Walker) plot her husband's (Richard Gaines) demise but their plans go awry because of her ineptitude.
A woman (Spring Byington) finds a familiar face when looking through police files after having her purse snatched. With Harp McGuire and Bethel Leslie.
An unhappy husband (Alexander Scourby) fantasizes about killing his wife (Barbara Bel Geddes) and records murder plans in his diary.
A woman (Doris Dowling) encourages her boyfriend (Robert Loggia) to gain employment with a wealthy exporter.
An aging ex-collegiate hurdler (Gary Merrill) refuses to quit, much to his wife's (Patricia Breslin) dismay.
A famous outlaw (Ricardo Montalbán) rides into town and causes a commotion at the local saloon. With Constance Ford.
An escaped convict (Clu Gulager) visits a spinster (Katherine Squire) and her niece seeking his pen pal.
A distraught woman (Phyllis Thaxter) confronts her former boss (Zachary Scott) on his train ride home.
A ceramics teacher (Sydney Pollack) at a summer camp finds a boy (Barry Gordon) with an unusual gift for sculpting. With Frank Maxwell.
A woman (Betty Field) steps in to help a desperate man (Walter Matthau) save his company from bankruptcy.
A man (Dick York) confides in his doctor (John Zaremba) about his unusual experience involving time travel. With Gena Rowlands.
A woman (Audrey Meadows) is heartbroken when she is forced to end her affair with a colonel (Steve Chase). With Les Tremayne.
A man (Robert Horton) schemes with a young woman (Anne Francis) to get rid of his wealthy wife (Vivienne Segal).
Two kidnappers come upon a tanker in the middle of the desert and decide to make their escape in it. With Burt Reynolds and James Bell.
A writer arrives in a small town to investigate the circumstances of a bank robbery in which the money was never found.
The arrival of a new governess (Hermione Gingold) at the Wellington household has surprising results. With Elspath March.
Judgment day approaches for an innocent man (Brian Keith) who is facing the gas chamber for murder. With James Westerfield.
Much to her demise, a woman (Judy Canova) shares a party line with two nosy neighbors (Gertrude Flynn, Ellen Corby). With Arch Johnson.
A unemployed man (Jeremy Slate) steals the wallet of a stranger he sees collapse on the street.
A piano player's (Myron McCormick) life is in danger after he accosts a gangster (Frankie Darro) for hitting on a beautiful singer (Linda Lawson). With Pat Harrington Jr.
An insomniac (Dennis Weaver) visits a psychiatrist (James Millhollin) to find the root of his problem.
Aboard a ship bound for South Africa, a businessman (Eric Portman) meets a partner (Oskar Homolka) he left for dead.
A man's (George Mitchell) search for his wife's murderer leads to a confrontation. With James Franciscus and Jack Weston.
A woman (Beatrice Straight) in an isolated cabin encounters a stranger (Fay Spain) she believes is an escaped mental patient.
A mama's boy (William Shatner) is afraid to tell his mother (Jessie Royce Landis) about his wedding plans.
A little man (Norman Lloyd) enters a mining town and challenges two miners to a contest with surprising results. With Read Morgan and Arch Johnson.
A studio publicist (Joby Baker) takes advantage of a star's (Audrey Totter) demise to hype her final film.
A man (Dick Van Dyke) and his greedy girlfriend (Stella Stevens) will get rich when his deceased aunt's dog dies.
A son (George Grizzard) encourages his controlling mother (Patricia Collinge) to join her dead husband.
A businessman (John McIntire) has second thoughts about having picked up a young hitchhiker (Robert Morse). With Suzanne Pleshette.
When a friend (Barry Gordon) is killed, a man (John Craven) reminisces about an incident in their past. With Dennis Patrick.
After embezzling $200,000, a man turns himself in to the authorities but refuses to return the money.
When a man is murdered, suspicion falls on his teen daughter's (Phyllis Love) middle-aged suitor (Tom Tully). With Alan Baxter and Rebecca Welles.
When it becomes evident his wife is losing her grip on reality, a man turns to his devoted servant for help in the Amazon.
A man's (Oskar Homolka) dream of sudden wealth takes solid form when he learns the location of a treasured ikon. With Sam Jaffe.
A little man (Peter Lorre) has a penchant for making his bets interesting. With Steve McQueen and Katherine Squire.
A teacher (Wendy Hiller) at an exclusive girls' school becomes too involved in the life of one of her students (Gigi Perreau). With Robert H. Harris.
A Southerner (Ronald Howard) is about to be hanged for attempting to destroy a bridge vital to the Union's advance.
A nosy food critic attempts to glean the recipe of a rather unusual house special. With John Saxon, Neil Munro and Jennifer Dale.
A father (Raymond Massey) seeks revenge against a road hog (Robert Emhardt) who caused his son's death.
A boy's (Peter Lazer) hobby of growing mushrooms in his cellar turns into a nightmare. With Stephen Dunne and Beatrice Straight.
A man (Joseph Cotten) decides to get rid of one potential blackmailer (Don Gordon) only to deal with another. With Julie Adams.
The representative (Dick York) of a society dedicated to eliminating the elderly makes an offer to a prospective client (Henry Jones).
A young thug (Robert Vaughn) tries to prove his worth to a mob boss (David White) by killing a rival mobster (Walter Matthau).
A hen-pecked husband (Harry Morgan) plans to give his animal-loving wife (Barbara Baxley) a poisonous snake as an anniversary gift.
A man (Brian Keith) destined to live in an iron lung fears for his life after learning of his wife's (Joanna Moore) infidelity.
A professor (Macdonald Carey) traveling across the country outwits three larcenous hitchhikers.
An angry young man (Clint Kimbrough) accurately predicts an impending death. With Amy Douglass and Norma Crane.
The loyal widow (Patricia Owens) of a man killed in a mountain-climbing accident recovers his body after 20 years.
A chicken farmer murders his gold-digging girlfriend but the police can't convict him without the body.
When a cheating wife is in an accident, her jealous husband is confronted about his possible involvement with the incident.
A husband (Paul Douglas) arranges for a young man (Robert Morse) to kill his wife's latest beau in a duel.
A woman (Jane Greer) consults an attorney (Robert Webber) about her husband (Kent Smith), whom she believes is a murderer.
A man (Dick York) seeks revenge on a bank clerk (Philip Coolidge) who once stole some money from him.
A man declaring he is from Mars (Arthur Hill) is interviewed by a newspaper reporter (Steve McQueen).
A woman, dissatisfied in her marriage to a philandering attorney, decides to take matters into her own hands.
Fearing his pregnant wife's (Joyce Meadows) displeasure, a man (John Smith) fakes being mugged to cover poker losses.
A Scotland Yard inspector (John Williams) arranges a unique ruse to capture a killer. With Hilda Plowright and Kenneth Haigh.
A smitten woman (Carmen Mathews) sees the chance for her dream to come true when she witnesses a murder. With Franchot Tone and Mary Astor.
A reporter gets permission from the owner of a wax museum to spend the night in the museum section devoted to murderers.
A miserly man (Dennis Day) searches for the cheapest method of murdering his spendthrift wife.
A waitress (Olive Deering) plots murder after learning she has been included in a wealthy patron's will.
A detective (Roger Moore) trails an elegant woman (Hazel Court) suspected of smuggling an emerald necklace.
A used car salesman (Ralph Meeker) is driven to murder by his big-spending wife. With Russell Collins and Ida Moore.
A burglar bargains with his victims when he discovers robbery will not be as profitable as collecting on a life insurance policy.
A young man (Denholm Elliott) schemes to speed up his inheritance of his rich uncle's (Torin Thatcher) estate.
An actor is a victim of mistaken identity.
A man is told he has to retire from his job at the jewelry store where he has worked most of his life.
Seven Vietnam vets meet on the date of their leader's death.
A woman (Barbara Bel Geddes) grows suspicious when her fiance (Don Dubbins) postpones meetings with his mother.
A man wakes in a hotel room, with amnesia.
A man (Robert Horton) tries to get away from one woman (Fay Spain) so he can marry another (Joyce Meadows).
A reporter is drawn to a vampirish rock star.
A woman (Nancy Gates) enlists her boyfriend's (Ralph Meeker) help to torch her struggling business for the insurance.
Sherlock Holmes and Inspector Lestrade seek kidnapped Dr. Watson.
A rich woman refuses to lend money to the man who walks her dog when he requests a loan, claiming to need the money to help his girlfriend.
A spy (George Lazenby) must retrieve a golden statue.
A killer (Joe Maross) escapes to a isolated construction site where he suspects a new engineer (Wayne Morris).
A scientist clones co-workers; with Rich Hall.
A mother (Jeanette Nolan) gets involved when she discovers her daughter is seeing a married man (Robert Alda).
A scientist (Dirk Benedict) hopes to free himself from a controlled environment by trading a secret equation.
A mortician (John McGiver) is torn when a dead man (Howard Smith) revives to make his own funeral plans.
A drunken driver leaves a woman for dead.
A woman (Doro Merande) plots the murder of her penny-pinching uncle with the help of her actress boarder (Mary Astor).
An abrasive race driver fakes paralysis.
A sheriff (Ben Johnson) worries about two elderly hermits (William Demarest, Roscoe Ates) with an escaped killer on the loose.
A rich couple shares a dark connection with Lizzie Borden.
A mistress confronts her rich lover's wife, hoping to convince the woman to give her husband a divorce.
A twin uses her sister's instability for seduction and murder.
Hypnosis figures in the case of a woman (Phyllis Thaxter) on trial for the murder of her husband. With Tom Helmore.
A writer imagines murder next door.
A gunshop owner (Art Carney) witnesses the murder of a state witness by two gangsters. With Mary Scott.
An artist takes credit for his wife's work.
A man (Gary Merrill) on the ledge of a New York City hotel threatens suicide after his wife's (Elizabeth Montgomery) death.
Insider trading leads to a double-cross; with David Soul.
A man (Norman Lloyd) plots to get away from his wife (Marian Seldes) for a while without her knowing.
A winning lottery ticket can implicate a cabdriver (Erik Estrada) for murder.
Desperate for an acquittal, a man (Leslie Nielsen) makes a lucrative deal with his defense lawyer (Barry Sullivan).
An Englishman plays a survival game at home.
A couple (Richard Kiley, Pat Breslin) falls prey to a crooked policeman (Walter Matthau) and corrupt town officials.
A man is jealous when his wife tries to contact her dead ex-husband.
A morgue attendant becomes hysterical when a practical joker pulls the ultimate prank and pretends to be a corpse.
A couple (Biff McGuire, Cloris Leachman) on a train promise their son money if he doesn't interrupt a cowboy's (Chill Wills) story.
A woman feels guilty after turning away a stranded motorist.
An alcoholic plantation owner seeks the help of his partner when he wakes to find a deadly snake in his bed.
An old, unemployed actor (Herbert Marshall) uses an even older ploy to get a part in a play. With Tom Helmore and Julie Adams.
A lawyer, soon to become mayor, extends an invitation to a woman who once accused him of embezzlement.
While traveling in chauffeured car, a woman (Jessica Tandy) with psychic powers hears a voice telling a tragic love story.
A bank teller (Robert H. Harris) invents a seemingly foolproof plan to come up with a lot of quick cash. With Jerry Paris and Philip Pine.
A man comes up with a desperate plan to win a bet while taking a trans-Atlantic voyage with his wife.
A crocodile valise becomes a vital clue in tracking down a murderer (Denholm Elliott).
A winning sweepstakes ticket buried with a corpse exposes a killer (Steve Forrest).
When three women are murdered in a similar fashion, Mr. Morgan (Edgar Stehli) develops a theory about the murders.
A lawyer (Edmon Ryan) spends Christmas Eve trying to reconcile a feuding brother (Richard Waring) and sister (Carmen Mathews).
A worrier (James Best) becomes fearful when an old friend (Steve Brodie) shows an interest in his wife (Katharine Bard).
A meek bookkeeper (John McGiver) is dissatisfied with his dull and boring existence. With Vivian Nathan.
A devoted wife (Barbara Bel Geddes) is surprised to learn that her husband (Allan 'Rocky' Lane) has fallen in love with another woman. With Harold J. Stone.
A man (Robert Horton) discovers that a woman's husband, who has been presumed dead, is still making horse bets. With Betsy von Furstenburg.
A quartet of elderly women (Estelle Winwood, Ellen Corby, Ida Moore, Elizabeth Patterson) try to gain the attention of a handsome detective (Dennis Morgan).
A war correspondent's (Gary Merrill) stories about the post-war trail of an Arab leader suddenly change.
A woman (Barbara Bel Geddes) falls in love with another man (Michael Rennie) at her engagement party.
A woman (Jeanette Nolan) questions a man's (Robert Emhardt) motive for wanting to purchase her house.
A soldier (Jacques Bergerac) returning home with a crippled comrade (Marcel Dalio) falls in love with a beautiful girl.
The hostage hears the sniper's story.
A couple (Scott McKay, Joan Tetzel) begins their nightly argument when they are suddenly interrupted by a wanted murderer (Richard Sheppard).
A real estate agent's life is in danger when a crazed man holds her hostage.
A woman (Jan Sterling) has problems staying away from the race track and it threatens her marriage. With Karl Swenson.
Terror strikes a developer razing historic buildings.
A physically small husband (Martin Balsam) goes in pursuit of a 200-pound wife-stealing salesman (Leif Erickson). With Norma Crane.
A sorority president encounters tragedy.
An elderly maid (Mildred Natwick) leaves the parsonage in search of excitement and adventure in Paris.
Tragedy ensnares a woman and her stepfather.
A man tries to prove to his friend that a murderer can escape the police if they can't find a motive.
A man refuses to sell his old bookstore.
A domineering father (John McIntire) tries to run his adult daughter's (Ann Todd) life. With Philip Reed.
A political reporter plans to write an expose.
A man (Joseph Cotten) is trapped in an office with the body of his lover (Christine White) whom he just murdered.
A singer fakes suicide to boost his career.
A young gangster (Alex Nicol) tries to repay an old Army buddy (Don Keefer) by offering him cash to start a business. With Nita Talbot and Carmen Mathews.
A detective facing retirement probes serial murders.
A prosecutor (Pat Hingle) considering a run for Congress is told that he may have convicted an innocent man.
Thinking his wife is dying, a man plans his future.
A lonely woman (Dorothy Stickney) believes she has murdered the man (Fred Graham) who killed her cat.
Poison fells a man during a party at his mansion.
A handsome plumber (Lee Phillips) blackmails suburban housewives until his latest victim (Phyllis Thaxter) turns the tables.
A comedian becomes obsessed with his fatal destiny.
A couple (George Peppard, Mary Scott) hires a local detective (Peter Lorre) to locate a missing dead body.
A woman has cosmetic surgery to attract a younger man.
A teen (Carol Lynley) devises a scheme to escape the influence of her domineering aunt (Jeanette Nolan).
A prosecutor pursues the death penalty in a murder case.
About to be executed for a crime he didn't commit, a man (Harry Guardino) decides to write his side of the story. With Hugh Marlowe.
A failing medical student plans to graduate by murder.
Freed from prison, a thief (Steven Hill) leads his partner (Steve Brodie) to the mine shaft where he hid their loot.
Two elderly men make a life-insurance pact.
A miserly janitor (Oskar Homolka) keeps the contents of a lost wallet, despite the protests of his wife (Jo Van Fleet).
A fan needs Houdini's help.
A professor's (Don Taylor) attempt to end an affair results in murder, leaving an infant as the lone witness.
A wealthy patient gets preference for a transplant.
A man (Darryl Hickman) recently released from prison stays with his cellmate's family.
Several women are suspects in a lawyer's murder.
A defense lawyer (James Gregory) tells an arrogant criminologist (Vincent Price) that he made a fatal mistake.
A woman thinks her dog was euthanized illegally.
A man (E.G. Marshall) begins to receive letters in the mail predicting the outcome of several future events.
A videotape implicates a man in a rape.
A man (William Shatner) recounts the tale of his deceased sister's (Jessica Tandy) one chance for love.
Two men (Albert Salmi, Robert H. Harris) each think the other is a dangerous lunatic who has escaped from the local asylum.
Having dumped her boyfriend, a woman (Barbara Cook) encounters a killer (Vic Morrow) in a remote cabin.
A dying man (Russell Collins) is paid to buy a cemetery plot.
An unscrupulous son (Charles Davis) tries to get enough money to marry the girl (Pamela Light) he loves. With Edmund Gwenn.
A taxidermist (Henry Jones) devises a creative plan to get rid of a freeloading in-law (Sam Buffington).
Much to her husband's (Robert Emhardt) annoyance, a woman (Judith Evelyn) believes she resembles movie star Martha Mason.
A 9-year-old girl befriends a recluse (Sir Cedric Hardwicke) who has recently arrived in town. With Robert Culp.
A reporter (Rhys Williams) annoys a police sergeant (Theodore Bikel) who is hunting a killer in fogbound London.
A reporter's (Harold J. Stone) prank makes a wino (Russell Collins) believe the world will end at 11:45pm that night.
A man (John Williams) begins to have dreams about his wife's (Isobel Elsom) murder. With Barbara Baxley.
A hit man (Dick York) is ordered to eliminate his girlfriend (Kathleen Maguire) when she threatens to expose him.
A man (David Wayne) trying to dispose of his murdered wife's body is stopped by a motorcycle cop (Steve Brodie).
A Scotland Yard inspector (John Williams) finds he has three murderers who admit to killing the same man.
A Scotland Yard inspector (John Williams) finds he has three murderers who admit to killing the same man (Anthony Dawson).
An inspector (John Williams) is confused when two men (Alan Napier, Charles Cooper) confess to the murder of a count.
An alcoholic actor (Claude Rains) blackmails a producer (James Gregory) to get a part in a play. With Paul Picerni.
A wife (Louise Platt) suspects her husband (John Baragrey) of cheating on her and decides to do something about it. With Georgann Johnson.
An insurance investigator (Steve Forrest) goes undercover to check out a widow (Gladys Cooper) suspected of murdering two husbands.
A man (Rip Torn) becomes intrigued with police routine when he is picked up for robbing a candy store.
A woman (Phyllis Thaxter) is suspected of trying to poison her husband (Ralph Meeker).
A man tries one last desperate attempt to win back the woman he loves by inviting her new lover for a drink.
A prisoner tries to convince a police sergeant to allow him to escape while they are on their way to San Quentin.
A man (Harry Townes) kills a gubernatorial candidate to ensure his brother's (Royal Dano) election. With Inger Stevens.
A gorgeous actress (Barbara Baxley) asks a neighbor (Henry Jones) to help her hide the body of a murder victim.
Newlyweds (Biff McGuire, Mary Scott) meet a volatile stranger (Robert Emhardt) while on their honeymoon.
A wife (Leora Dana) regrets having her sane husband (Russell Collins) committed to a mental institution.
A mystery writer with an overactive imagination conjures up murderous thoughts about her new neighbors.
A man contracts to have his wife killed.
A publisher (John Williams), intrigued by an unpublished murder mystery, visits the author (Patricia Collinge).
A woman overreacts to a dramatic scene.
An underworld kingpin (Robert Middleton) learns that his wife (Kathleen Hughes) has been unfaithful to him. With Henry Silva.
Mistreated filmmakers take revenge.
A young man is overcome with grief when he learns of his father's demise and accuses his new mother of the crime.
A man (Robert Horton) stakes his job, home and life savings on the turn of a card. With Robert Middleton.
A gambler begins receiving gifts of cash.
Two sisters (Dorothy Stickney, Carmen Mathews) resort to desperate measures to keep their house.
A volunteer irritates a dying man.
A murderer (Lee Philips) searches for an alibi after he kills a rival gangster (Chick Chandler) in a fit of rage.
A man (Robert H. Harris) is overjoyed to learn that his long-forsaken love (Jessica Tandy) has searched him out to marry him.
A psychiatrist claims a freed mental patient is homicidal.
A man (Hurd Hatfield) assumes another identity to kill his aunt (Mildred Dunnock) but forgets one important detail.
A killer assumes his dead twin's identity.
A brother and sister (Hume Cronyn, Carmen Mathews) scheme to defraud an insurance company. With James Gleason.
A troubled man threatens to jump.
Two friends unknowingly tell a middle-aged professor (Robert Emhardt) about his wife's (Cara Williams) reputation.
An escaped mental patient (George Grizzard) encounters a woman (Phyllis Thaxter) who's afraid to be alone in her house.
A fraternity prank backfires; with Marion Ross.
After his daughter commits murder, a man (Sir Cedric Hardwicke) finds a way to protect his family's reputation.
Murder results when a wife (Joanne Woodward) nags her husband (Skip Homeier) to stand up for himself.
A New York City woman (Constance Ford) is convinced she will be the next victim of a serial killer. With Steve Brodie.
A young pianist (Robert Horton) is framed, by the woman (Cara Williams) he loves, for a murder he did not commit.
A woman (Ruth Hussey) is stunned to learn that a mink coat she bought had been stolen from a previous owner.
While vacationing in Palm Beach, a reserved heiress (Leora Dana) becomes the romantic focus of a prince (Jacques Bergerac).
A man (Biff McGuire) struggles to remember the license plate number of the vehicle that killed his fianceé (Judith Ames).
A murderer (Jack Mullaney) hides from a posse after killing a school teacher's (Pat Hitchcock) fiance.
A garrulous baby sitter (Thelma Ritter) enjoys being the center of attention after her employer is murdered.
Using a haunted house in their ploy, two men (Ralph Clanton, John Irving) scheme to con a wealthy American (Biff McGuire) out of his money.
An insecure woman (Phyllis Thaxter) who can't control her drinking loses control at a cocktail party.
An antiques dealer (Robert H. Harris) decides his art objects are too beautiful to sell. With Louise Larabee.
A man (Philip Abbott) is startled to see a portrait of his first wife four years after she disappeared.
An unemployed man (John Qualen) needing money is hired by an unknown employer (Lorne Greene) to commit murder.
An angel (Alan Napier) allows a murdered mystery writer (John Williams) to return to Earth to uncover his killer.
A recoiling death trap claims a jealous husband.
A desperate couple (Charles Bronson, Norma Crane) plans to rob an eccentric old woman (Estelle Winwood).
A bride learns her husband is a suspected wife-killer.
Two greedy brothers plan to murder their elderly aunt (Mildred Natwick) in an attempt to inherit her money.
Exhibit visitors marvel over an artist's glowing display.
An English man (John Williams) murders his wife and moves to California, thinking he has committed the perfect crime.
Arresting officers interrupt a newsman's quiet birthday.
A man (Mark Damon) arrives at a monastery bent on revenge and is convinced by a kind priest (Everett Sloane) to mend his heart.
A female reporter (Claire Trevor) encounters problem trying to leave Eastern Europe after meeting a soccer star.
A police detective (Charles Bronson) investigating a murder focuses on a strange ventriloquist (Claude Rains).
A bum (Robert Newton) witnesses a murder and decide to take advantage of the situation. With Philip Reed.
A bitter son tries to hire a hit man (Robert Loggia).
Two retired insurance salesmen (Robert H. Harris, John Qualen) expect murder when the temperature reaches 92 degrees.
Death threats haunt a psychologist (Janet Eilber) and her ex-convict groom (Cliff Potts).
A year after the murders, a newspaper reporter (Joan Lorring) attempts to interview Lizzie Borden (Carmen Mathews) and her sister about the killings.
An escaped convict (John Cassavetes) takes refuge in a farmhouse occupied by a deaf woman (Marisa Pavan).
A gunman (George Mathews), intent on murdering his girlfriend, purchases an alibi.
A man (Brad Davis) upsets his bride's (Sandy Dennis) feline friends.
A man (John Qualen) is surprised to learn that the boss he thought he had murdered is still alive. With Philip Reed.
A housewife (Cristina Raines) befriends an escaped convict (Yaphet Kotto).
A man (Darren McGavin) tries to trick an elderly woman (Patricia Collinge) out of a family heirloom.
A larcenous store Santa (Barry Fitzgerald) helps change the ways of a potential delinquent (Bobby Clark).
A woman (Judith Evelyn) is suspected of murdering her husband, who has been having an affair with another woman. With Joe Mantell and Kathleen McGuire.
An alcoholic star (Martin Sheen) faces a newcomer (Parker Stevenson).
A man (Tom Ewell) believes an exact double is gradually taking over his life.
A divorcee defends battles an ogler and an obscene caller.
A down-on-his-luck man responds to a newspaper ad from a man seeking a companion for a cross-country trip.
A jailed killer (Season Hubley) needs a gravedigger's help.
A man (Everett Sloane) suspects his cook (Beulah Bondi) of being an arsenic-poisoning murderer. With Janet Ward.
A prosecutor (Buck Henry) hypnotizes a murder suspect (Barbara Hershey) to prove his case.
A business man, injured in a car crash and believed by everyone to be dead, fights to signal he is alive.
A wounded holdup man (Robert Carradine) needs a nurse's help.
A gangster (Gene Barry) plans to punish the woman (Nancy Gates) he feels is responsible for his brother's death.
A woman (Patricia Hitchcock) visiting Paris returns to her hotel room to find her ailing mother missing.
A nurse realizes she is trapped with a killer.
A determined detective (Robert Emhardt) uncovers a man's scheme to have his 'missing' wife declared legally dead.
A woman (Ellen Corby) tries to prevent a shootout between two gunslingers (Darren McGavin, Gene Barry).
A young man (John Forsythe) returns home after an absence of four years to investigate his father's death.
A woman (Linda Purl) is attacked in her home and her husband (David Clennon) takes the law into his own hands.