In "My Wife Geraldine," Edward G. Robinson stars as a man who is accused of murdering his wife...and that forces him to admit that she never really existed.
What does Miss Barton want? She wants to know if he really killed his wife! The detective is on his way, and she needs to know the truth. Is he the "Black Widow" murderer?
Mr. Graham laughs when she tells him that they have found the body of his wife, Geraldine. He admits to Miss Barton that...Geraldine never really existed.
"My Wife Geraldine" was written by Robert Tallman from a story by Larry Marcus. William Spier produced and directed. Edward G. Robinson starred. Also appearing were Jeanette Nolan, Harry Lang, Elliott Lewis, Wally Maher, John McIntire, and Howard McNear. This episode aired on March 1, 1945.