Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Milton Berle stars as jeweler Sam Morris, who is forced to kill a teenaged thief. Already grief-stricken by the incident, Morris is further tormented by the dead boy's vengeful sister (Carol Lawrence). She pretends to soften in order to allow Sam to think he's fallen in love with her--all part of her cruel scheme to hold up Sam to ridicule and humiliation. As good as Carol Lawrence is in her change-of-pace role, Milton Berle is even better; in fact, his portrayal of Sam Morris represents some of Berle's finest noncomic work. That He Should Weep for Her originally aired as a 60-minute entry of Kraft Suspense Theatre on November 5, 1964.
jeweler, death, thief, guilt, family-member, sister, humiliation, revenge, torment