The first lines of introduction for "The Man Who Knew How to Hate" speak for themselves:
Leon Janney: "Standing alongside the five year old station wagon was a woman. A woman?..The woman."
Narrator: "But...the woman wasn't his woman."
When Peter Friendly meets Albert Larabie on the train home one evening, he is unimpressed. When he meet's Albert's wife, Grace, he is smitten. How could such a beautiful woman be married to "a little creep" like Albert?
It doesn't take Peter long to get involved with Grace, but what are they going to do about Albert? They decide to arrange for him to have an accident, but what kind? Is Albert as unsuspecting as they think?
"The Man Who Knew How to Hate" was written by Walter Black and produced/directed by Bruno Zirato, Jr. Film and television actress Joan Lorring starred as Grace Larabie and Leon Janney starred as Pete Friendly. Robert Dryden played Albert. This episode aired on July 16, 1961.
(Image of Joan Lorring from Wikipedia)