Suspense's "You'll Never See Me Again" was adapted from the Cornell Woolrich novella of the same name, which was first published in Detective Story, November 1939. Today, you can find it in the book Four Novellas of Fear (2010). Suspense's version has a different outcome than the original, but most of the story remains the same.
As the episode opens, Ed Bliss and his wife, Janet, have just had their first big argument after three months of marriage. She storms out, claiming that he will never see her again! Ed plays it cool. He doesn't want to give in to her too soon, so he waits three days, and then calls her at her mother's home. When Mrs. Alden answers, Ed discovers that Janet isn't with her mother.
Where is she? What happened to her? Ed rushes off to the bus station to pick up the trail of his missing wife...
"You'll Never See Me Again" was adapted, produced and directed by William Spier. Joseph Cotten starred. Also appearing were Lurene Tuttle, Wally Maher, and John McIntire. This episode aired on September 14, 1944.