I was a Communist for the FBI was a series of stories written by Matt Cvetic that appeared in the Saturday Evening Post. The stories follow Cvetic, who infiltrated a local Communist Party cell for nine years and reported back to the Federal Bureau of Investigation on their activities.
Cast: Frank Lovejoy as Matt Cvetic,Dorothy Hart as Eve Merrick,Philip Carey as Mason,James Millican as Jim Blandon,Ron Hagerthy as Dick Cvetic,Paul Picerni as Joe Cvetic, Ed Hinton as Agent Jim Broderick (uncredited)
In This Episode, I Can’t Sleep, aired 04.30.1952:
Do you talk in your sleep or know someone who does? If so, has some hidden secret ever been divulged in the quiet of night? Now imagine you are an undercover FBI agent that has a problem with talking in your sleep. That could be a very dangerous weakness, especially if you are under suspicion already and have been sequestered overnight with a member of the very party you are helping to expose.
That is the dilemma facing FBI agent Matthew Cvetic in this episode of “I was a Communist for the FBI.”
I Can’t Sleep
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