"Script by Mark Brady" is the story of a writer who feels betrayed by his trophy wife and his best friend.
Mark Brady is a busy and successful scriptwriter of murder mysteries. His beautiful wife, Mary, feels that their friend Jason is more appreciative of her intellect than he is. Mark teases her about Jason's adoration of her, but when his suspicions about the two are aroused, Mark realizes that he has let things go too far. He needs Mary, even if it is only for the sake of his ego. In Mark's mind, the only solution is to get their friend out of the way.
"Script by Mark Brady" was written by Celeste Bolis and William N. Robson. Marie Windsor, notable B-movie and film noir actress of the late 1940's, starred as Mary. Victor Perrin, Ben Wright, and Sam Pierce also appeared. This episode aired on March 22, 1959.
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