In "This Will Kill You" a factory worker decides to get the better of his supervisor by setting him up on a murder charge.
Joe Jordan isn't the brightest worker at the plant, but he thinks he is. Joe is convinced that someday he will make it big, but in the meantime, he works at his factory job and makes things difficult for the foreman, Charlie Harris. Problem is that Charlie seems to be everything that Joe isn't.
Joe decides that the best way to resolve that problem is to use his smarts to get rid of Charlie. So, he commits a murder and tries to throw the blame on him. Will it work? Is Joe really as smart as he thinks?
This story was presented again on November 29, 1955. Peter Ashley wrote the script and Anthony Ellis produced/directed. Sam Edwards starred. Also appearing were Lillian Buyeff, Charles Seel, Victor Perrin, Barney Phillips, and Lennie Weinrib.
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