In "Cold Canvas" a life insurance agent makes his first big sale, but is it as good as it seems?
Bud Phillips is new at his job at the insurance agency, and he is determined to do well. After a pep talk from his boss, he goes door-to-door cold canvassing for prospects. When he rings the bell of one particularly swanky home, Bud is able to convince the lady of the house, Mrs. Fouche, into considering a policy for her husband. Shortly afterwards, her husband does insure his life for a large sum, and Bud is a hero at the office. Unfortunately, the husband then has a terrible accident and the company has to pay out. Was that just what Mrs. Fouche had in mind from the start?
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