Victor is an out-of-work Hollywood actor who accidentally meets Madeleine, a wealthy sugar heiress. When Victor learns that she is one of the wealthiest women in the world, he doesn't think he has a chance, but his agent, Barney, thinks otherwise.
Barney advances Victor the money so that he can impress his new girlfriend, but he also expects Victor to make the most of this opportunity. If the two of them were to get married, then Victor would get half of her estate. If Madeleine were to then have an accident, Victor would get it all. Barney wants Victor to get it all-- so that he can take his ten percent.
Can Victor make it happen. Does he want to?
"Spoils for Victor" was written by Robert L. Richards. Suspense first presented this story with Dane Clark in the lead role on May 23, 1956, but there are no known recordings of that broadcast at this time.
Suspense presented this story again on May 24, 1959. Robert Horton played Victor and Berry Kroeger played Barney. Also appearing were Joan Banks and Georgia Ellis. William N. Robson produced and directed.
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