|Title||:||murder in haste|
|Plot||:||+ CBS Pacific net. "Murder In Haste". Sponsored by: Signal Oil. Albert Taylor murders his wealthy wife and takes the train from Florida north to New York. With a suspicious detective watching his every move, he switches identity with a famous mystery writer. The story has a nice "Whistleresque" ending. The script was subsequently used on "The Whistler" on December 17, 1947. Albert Taylor was two people. To the café society crowd in Miami he was the charming young husband of a silver fortune from Denver, age 45 outwardly immature and a little crotchety. To his wife Helen - the silver fortune - he was something else again an unpleasant little boy whose unpleasantness had to be bought off with $100 bills instead of chewing gum. This made for friction of course, after three years of marriage Helen was heartily sick of both Alberts and more careful with the $100 bills. And Albert too had reached the saturation point. As a matter of fact the unpleasant little boy was on the verge of a tantrum…|
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