In "You Can't Die Twice," Edward G. Robinson stars as a milkman who plays dead so that his wife can collect the insurance money.
Sam and his wife, Katie, were having breakfast that Sunday morning. While Katie was berating him for not making enough money, she received a phone call. It was the police calling to inform her that Sam had just died in a hit-and-run accident!
At first, Katie thought it was an April Fools' joke, but then she realized that it wasn't a gag. Sam's wallet had been stolen, and the thief had been killed in the accident. So, when their insurance agent called to discuss Sam's policy, Katie suddenly saw a golden opportunity.
Now, it is a year later. Has their foolproof plan worked? How trustworthy is Katie?
"You Can't Die Twice" was written by James Ruscoll and adapted by Walter Newman. Anton M. Leader produced and directed. Edward G. Robinson starred. Betty Lou Gerson played Cleo. The name of the actress who played Katie isn't given. This episode aired on March 31, 1949.
(Image of Edward G. Robinson)