Hey, your site’s wonderful. It’s great to read about people’s trauma.
I have one from the early ‘60s. It was a film I saw as a kid on television. Maybe it was black & white, but who knows. Maybe it was an anthology T.V show. I don’t think it was a feature. I’ve checked ONE STEP BEYOND and BORIS KARLOFF and ALFRED HITCHCOCK, but I still can’t find it.
A woman decides to kill her traveling-salesman husband. She types his fake suicide note on a typewriter. She (somehow) kills him and (somehow) gets rid of his body. All I really remember is her saying, as she cleans up the murder scene, is “Everything…everything” so she won’t forget any clues.
And maybe there’s a shot of the typewriter falling/plunging underwater, but I might be making a memory from THE NIGHT OF THE HUNTER.
Any clues as to what this episode was?