curio shop owner; Helen of Troy; Cleopatra; Marie Antoinette; male Genie (villain); female Genie (villain); Edgar Tilburt (villain)
Edgar was a small, ungifted, simple man, who could not see himself being anything but a wage-slave all of his life, so he decided to do something about it by becoming a petty thief to earn extra money. One day, he visits an out-of-the-way shop and is shown glass bottles containing live tiny people inside of it, who are actually Genii. For $50 million, the bottle and any Genie is his to make whatever living from it he can. When Edgar tells the shop owner that he only has $5, the owner agrees and sells him the bottled Genie anyway, much to his dismay in the end!
An undead woman goes to visit her husband at the prison after he was executed. She reveals to the warden that she killed herself in a suicide pact she made with her convict husband before his execution and only went to the prison to find out why it took an extra hour for him to be executed.