Well, not in Double Indemnity, heh heh . . .
But for an example of what you are speaking of, I caught Clash By Night, with Stanwyck and Paul Douglas and our favorite bad guy, Robert Ryan, apparently re-creating his stage role from 10 years earlier (see link https://timesmachine.nytimes.com/timesmachine/1952/06/19/84326525.html?pageNumber=32 ). (Trivia buffs: If you look at the old Times review, note the birth announcement for Ingrid Bergman's twins, Isabella and Ingrid Rossellini, on the same page. Also some neat theater ads.) Like the Times reviewer, I found the conclusion somewhat unconvincing, but Stanwyck managed to earn my sympathy. No so in the unwatchable curiosity B.F.'s Daughter, which also aired recently. I managed to make it only about halfway through. This was a strange mashup of anti-capitalist political tract and meet-cute love story. Stanwyck was way too old. Did anyone watch this?