In "To None a Deadly Drug," a prescription goes wrong and endangers the life of a young boy.
As the episode opens, Cal Foster is about to close his pharmacy for the evening. His wife, Marian, impatiently waits for him to finish. She is eager to get him to a dinner dance, the first she has been able to drag him to in two years.
Before they can leave, a mother comes in to fill a prescription for her son, Tippy. Her husband is in the service and they are on their way to meet his ship. Cal fills the prescription, but while he steps away to take a call, Tippy and his mother walk away with the wrong medicine.
After they have driven away, Cal realizes the mistake. Tippy and his mother are on the road somewhere in California's Central Valley, but they didn't say where they were headed. Can Cal find them before it is too late?
"To None a Deadly Drug" was written by Hank Searls and produced/directed by Antony Ellis. Harry Bartell starred. Also appearing were Charlotte Lawrence, Hy Averback, Barbara Eiler, Jack Kruschen, Eve McVeagh, Sam Ogg, and John Stevenson. This episode aired on October 25, 1955.
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