In "Stand-in for Murder" a husband asks his wife to provide him with an alibi by posing as his girlfriend.
As the episode opens, Jim arrives at the home of his estranged wife, Kay. She assumes that he has come to ask her again for a divorce. So before he can, Kay tells him that she knows all about his girlfriend, Laura Morgan. Everyone is talking about her, and they all say she looks just like Kay...
Jim asks Kay to help him set up an alibi. Then, they will be free to be together again! Kay then agrees to assume the identity of Laura Morgan--to help save her man. Their plan is to fool everyone into thinking that Laura has gone off to Europe.
Should Kay give him another chance? Will their clever plan work?
"Stand-in for Murder" was written by Gladys F. Gallant, and produced/directed by Fred Hendrickson. Teri Keane and Larry Haines starred. Also appearing were Clara Neison, Ivor Francis, Bob Readick, Toni Darnay, Bill Lipton, Jack Grimes, and Joseph Julian. This episode aired on June 3, 1962.
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