~ CBS Radio Mystery Theater, The Lady Was a Tiger, Act 2, Scenes 1-3 — The Jailbird Walks ~
A femme fatale double agent frames an unemployed reporter for homicide in Paris.
No good to us in jail:
In this episode, Larry, now a murder suspect, is now a jailbird. He has been thrown into jail to await trial. As long as he is in prison, he is of no use to anyone. The Russian’s decide to get him out. How do you think Russian spies would get a man out of jail? What method will they use?
When a person is charged with a crime, he awaits his trial in jail. However, if he is not considered a threat to society, he can get out on bail. This means someone has to pay a large sum of money to get him out. The money is a guarantee that he will show up for the trial.
Larry is still facing trial, even if the Russian spies get him out of jail.
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Larry is finally a free man, but he’s going to feel indebted to Carol for the alibi. They seem to trust each other more now, and they agree to tell each other the truth. But we’ve seen Carol meeting with a Russian spy and doing exactly what he told her to do. So what do you think? — Is Carol a friend or an enemy to Larry? Which side is she really on — the American’s or the Russian’s? I’d love to hear your opinions on that. Please leave a comment below.