In "The Doctor Prescribed Death," Bela Lugosi stars as a psychologist who decides to test his theory about murder after being mocked by a colleague.
He thinks his theory is brilliant, but his editor, Martin Hellman, doesn't agree. Not only does he advise against publishing Bacile's theory, it makes him chuckle. Why, it even makes him laugh. Hellman then warns Bacile that his ideas are too crazy to publish.
Bacile tells Hellman that he will make him regret those words! He is going to prove his theory!
That same night, he finds the perfect person on whom to test his theory...and to make Hellman regret those chuckles.
But, will his theory work as planned?
"The Doctory Prescribed Death" was written by J. Donald Wilson, directed by Ted Bliss, and produced by William Spier. Bela Lugosi starred. The name of the other actors aren't given. This episode aired on February 2, 1943.
(Image of Bela Lugosi from Wikipedia)