1965 Jean Jennings
Teaser Storyline for Sweetheart
It's a bright, sunny morning in the country and Mabel is wide awake. She decides to wake up her husband in a very friendly manner, but Foster protests, saying that she should know by now that he's not a morning person. He leaves for work, and Mabel starts remembering how it was when they were first married. As she remembers those happy moments, she sprawls on the bed and flows with recalled pleasures.
Man and Jean are down the road discussing how easy it would be to rob a house in Mabel's neighborhood. Man points out that all the houses are left open and that there's sure to be a lot of money. They pick out Mabel's house and enter, coming upon her still in the act of giving herself pleasure. They decide to join right in. After a good time was had by all, Man tells Mabel that they've come to rob her. She is so grateful for all the fun she's had she says that
they should take anything they want.
Meanwhile, Foster, Mabel's husband, is enjoying himself in the bed of Carol, Mabel's cousin, and Carol suggests that they kill Mabel by shocking her. Carol is to visit for dinner that night, and she'll tell Mabel that her husband's been unfaithful.
Jack, one of Mabel's boyfriends, arrives to visit her, and although Mabel tries to get rid of him, he throws her down on the grass and makes love to her. The robbers come out of the house equipped with some rather unusual toys-a whip, leather restraints, and a gun.
At this point, Foster and Carol approach the house and are amazed to find Jack and Mabel chained to trees. What is even more amazing to them is that no one's complaining. In fact, they seem to be having fun.
The man points the gun at Foster, and Foster immediately offers him a deal. In exchange for killing Mabel, Foster offers the intruders money. The man doesn't respond to the offer at once, but instead joins in the merriment happening on the grass. When he gets close to Mabel he tells her what Foster has proposed. She then seizes the gun and kills her husband.
Six months have elapsed and Jean and the man are sharing an elegant dinner at Mabel's house. She joins them, an obviously satisfied woman. We learn that Carol has been put away for Foster's murder. So you say that crime doesn't pay? Well, evidently neither does cheating on a rich wife!