"Winner Take All": A man in a card game murders another player who catches him cheating as he wants to win enough money to buy his own ship. He flees, but the police fire a shot at him. When he revives, a wealthy woman calling herself Sabrina arranges to have a gambling match arranged for him so
Appearing in "Winner Take All"
Synopsis for "Winner Take All"
A man in a card game murders another player who catches him cheating as he wants to win enough money to buy his own ship. He flees, but the police fire a shot at him. When he revives, a wealthy woman calling herself Sabrina arranges to have a gambling match arranged for him so that he can win the money to buy his own ship. He is surprised to find the man he is playing against is the man that he killed, but forgets about it when he wins the match. He tells Sabrina he is now free to go wherever he wants and Sabrina reveals to him that the police bullet killed him and he can never escape the Flying Dutchman. She disappears, and he begs her not to leave him alone on the rotting deck of the cursed ship, but he is unaware that Sabrina is still with him, as she is the Flying Dutchman's masthead.
Appearing in "All Dolled Up"
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Synopsis for "All Dolled Up"
A father buys his little girl a doll that resembles her cruel stepmother. After the father accidentally steps on the doll and the woman's head momentarily feels like it's being crushed, she puts it down to coincidence. When she feels as though she is drowning, and sees the little girl get out of the bathtub with the wet doll, the woman feels uncertain. When the little girl spills hot tea on the doll's face and she suffers a burn, she tells the husband to get rid of it. The husband thinks she is being absurd but agrees to get rid of the doll and the little girl overhears. Since the little girl wants her stepmother to like her, and she has to get rid of the doll anyway, she dismembers the doll to help her win first prize in a child's art exhibit. When the husband comes home and looks into their bedroom, he chokes.
- "Quico Redondo" is a pen name for Frank Redondo.
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