Keenan Wynn and George Petrie gave good performances as two aging tycoons that love to conquer the business world by any means available. As these "two scorpions in a jar" try to get the better of one another, as an atheist selling his soul to the other for one million dollars, you see that the tide quickly turns when his health declines, and he wants out of the deal. The other loves to watch him squirm even more than he loves the money, though he knows that in a little more time, he'll come out of the deal with his million plus more. But before that final transaction can take place, he dies, and comes back to his "friend" with his soul, as promised. Here you can see that it was pretty much flip opposite. Seeing his friend come back with the soul was too much of a shock, and he dies before taking possession of it. The devil steps in, and gets a two for one deal to end the show.
Petrie's character was the supposed atheist, but in the end, it was the opposite. He was begging for his soul back before he died, yet Wynn's character was in total shock that he actually delivered the goods in the end. Good show.