In the Lights Out episode "Come to the Bank", a desperate woman tries to save the man she loves when he becomes trapped inside a wall of marble.
As the episode opens, Miss Ada Moss must get someone to come to the bank with her. Anyone! She needs help urgently! Actually, she isn't the one who needs help, it is her friend, Mr. Roth.
She explains that she and Mr. Roth are both teachers at the same school. She teaches physics and he teaches psychology. Miss Moss had taken quite a liking to Mr. Roth, but he was very involved with his own ideas about concentration and the power of the human mind. In particular, he was convinced that if one concentrated with enough intensity, people could move objects with their mind power, transport themselves to other places, and do other incredible things. The key was to direct the powers of mind over matter.
At first, Miss Moss was enamored by his deep, experimental thinking, but when he began to spend too much time "concentrating" his mind power, she tried to convince him to take a vacation.
Miss Moss decided to get some money out of the bank in order to take Mr. Roth out to the country, but while they were in the bank lobby, Mr. Roth suddenly announced that his subconsciousness had reached its maximum point of incubation. Now was the time to make use of his power! Mr. Roth chose to prove his point by walking through a marble wall.
The problem was that he didn't walk all the way through it, as much as he got stuck in it.
So, now Miss Moss must get someone to help her get Mr. Roth out of the marble wall...
"Come to the Bank" aired on November 17, 1942. The producer/host was Arch Oboler. The name of the specific author and actors aren't given. If you know them, post the answer in the comments section.
(Image of Lights Out host Arch Oboler)