In "Out the Window," a corrupt police commissioner must decide if he is to continue in his ways or fall to his death.
The episode opens in an office on the twenty-first floor of a downtown building. Commissioner Walcheck stands in front of an open window. He is being faced down by two men. He tells them that he won't give them what they want. He is tired of the graft and corruption!
They warn Commissioner Walcheck to go along with what the party wants--or he will go out the window. On top of that, they will ruin his reputation after his death.
Commissioner Walcheck is undaunted and stands firm in his defiance.
Will the two men follow through on their threat? If so, it is a long way down.
"Out the Window" was written by William N. Robson and produced directed by Paul Roberts. Santos Ortega, Jane Hossack, and Ginger Jones were featured. Also appearing were Roger DeKoven, George Matthews, Sam Raskyn, and Marilyn Cole. This episode aired on May 22, 1960.
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