In "Green-Eyed Monster," a man kills his wife to marry his girlfriend, but is she worth the trouble?
As the episode opens, Michael Dawson receives an early morning phone call from the police informing him that his Pontiac was stolen during the night. The car is now at their station, and they want him to come in and claim it.
Mr. Dawson then calls his insurance man, and the two of them go to the police station later that morning. When they arrive, the sergeant shows them what was found in the car's trunk -- the dead body of Mrs. Dawson.
Of course, Mr. Dawson was the one who killed her, but he manages to evade the suspicions of the police. He did it so that he could be with his girlfriend, Judy, but how well does he really know her? Does she know that he can get a little jealous?
"Green-Eyed Monster" was written by Elliott Lewis and Robert L. Richards. William Spier produced/directed. Lloyd Nolan starred. Also appearing were Cathy Lewis, Wally Maher, and Joseph Kearns. This episode aired on April 17, 1947.
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