In "For Old Time's Sake," a former bank-robber must protect his family from an old buddy.
Mr. Burt Winterfield and his wife are at the bank signing papers for a home loan. Burt doesn't like banks. They make him nervous. He used to rob banks, but then he went to prison for it. He has since reformed, but he never told his wife or anyone else about his time in prison.
Suddenly, the bank is robbed! Burt starts to hear voices from the past in his head, but then he realizes that it is his old pal "Pinky" speaking to him. Pinky and Burt chat about old times, while Pinky's gang robs the bank. Burt tells him that he has gone straight, and that he doesn't want any trouble. Pinky agrees, and tells Burt not to talk to the police after they make their getaway. If he does, Pinky will go after Burt's kids.
"For Old Time's Sake" was written by Gordon Christian and produced/directed by William N. Robson. John Lund starred. Also appearing were Virginia Gregg, Joe Di Santis, and William Quinn. This episode aired on December 14, 1958.
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