The long arm of the law hand-delivers six tales of crime and punishment, 1950s TV-style.
"I Spy" (1955-1956):
Bits and Pieces: The sardonic spymaster Anton (Raymond Massey) hosts and narrates a WWI story set at a Warsaw hotel, where beautiful German super spy Maria Sorrell uses her wiles to wheedle secret information out of lovestruck Russian soldiers caught in her web.
The Green Coat: In Cairo, Napoleon Bonaparte carries on a secret affair with the wife of one of his captains. English spies conspiring to kill "The Little Colonel" make the captain aware of his wife's infidelity - and plant in his mind the idea that Napoleon deserves to die.
"I'm the Law" (1952-1953):
O Sole Mio : Gangster movie great George Raft is on the right side of the law as George Kirby, a NYC police lieutenant. When an accountant is slain in Central Park, Kirby pins a lieutenant's badge on the murdered man's young son and makes him his partner in the search for the killer.
The Cowboy And The Blind Man : The plot complications pile up to Big Sleep-sized proportions as Lt. Kirby takes on a case where the suspects include some unusual show biz characters: a beautiful sharpshooter, a blind song plugger and a singing cowboy!
"Into The Night" (1950):
A shadowy figure, "the man who walks by night," introduces two bizarre tales of the unknown: "Music and Murder" and "Never Go Back."