In "Let There Be Light," an isolated man must protect himself against an unexpected intrusion
Bill tries to hide indoors, but his two visitors, a man and a woman, know he is home. When he lets them in, his lack of hospitality doesn't prevent them from helping themselves.
The couple tells him that they want information. They want to know about the plane that crashed nearby, because it was carrying something that belonged to them.
Bill pleads innocence about the crash, and the couple are about to leave, but then Bill's friend Helen drops in unexpectedly. And, after listening to her sing the praises of Bill, the couple realizes that he may know more than he claims.
Will Bill ever find a way to get rid of his two visitors...and to stop getting pep talks from Helen?
"Let There Be Light" was written by Irwin Lewis and produced/directed by Bruno Zirato Jr. Ivor Francis starred. Also appearing were Teri Keane, Jean Gillespie. The name of the actor playing Sam is not given. This episode aired on April 8, 1962.
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