Two teen-age gangs are on the verge of declaring peace when a boy returns from prison and stirs up fury anew. McClure: Gilbert Green. Fay: Jan Norris. Holland: Jay Barney. Simmons: Stewart Bradley. Hammer: Joey Walsh. Paul Stewart narrates.
A reporter, nursed by two Burmese women during the war, fights to keep them from being forced back to Burma---and certain death. McDowell: Frank Sutton. Senator Whip: Allen Nourse. Mya: Eileen Nakamura. Khin: Arabella Hong. Paul Stewart narrates.
A woman brutally murders a handy man after being named the beneficiary of his life-insurance policy. Ivy: Paula Bauresmith. Gunthrop: Bernard Grant. Muley: Burton Mallory. Louise: Nancy Francklin. Haas: James Campbell. Paul Stewart is the narrator.
"The Victor Riesel Story." As labor reporter on the New York Daily Mirror, Riesel fights against racketeers by exposing them to the public. Riesel: Larry Heines. Fred: Logan Field. Judy: Diane Ladd. Paul Stewart narrates the story.
A photo studio is the cover for a racket swindling the citizens of Columbus, Ohio, to the tune of a quarter of a million dollars a year. Lorraine: Patricia Englund. Carol: Henrietta Moore. Paul Stewart is the narrator.
A brilliant detective matches wits with a reporter trying to clear a man caught in a web of circumstantial evidence. Fulton: Paul Stevens. Masters: Milton Selzer. Norman: Leo Penn. Paul Stewart is the narrator.
Reporter Ed Reid (Fred Scollay) encounters an ex-fight manager, a singer and a boxer in his search for a missing sea captain. Baby Joe: Michael Conrad. Jeannie: Gloria Marlowe. Anderson: Joseph Warren. Paul Stewart is the narrator.
A wild hunch helps reporter Clayton Darrah trap two phantom bandits. The only available description is "one short, one tall." Darrah: William Redfield. Jenks: Edward Holmes. Sully: Malachi Throne. Paul Stewart narrates.