A girl has been murdered. A woman cannot remember a man who claims to be her husband. Her uncle hosts a radio murder mystery show called "The Unsuspected". Who killed the girl? Why? And who is this mystery husband? Written by
YOU CAN'T FORSEE IT! YOU CAN'T FORGET IT!
Did You Know?
There is an apparent in-joke when Hurd Hatfield compares Joan Caulfield's Mathilda character to her portrait, saying that she hasn't changed, but her portrait has, a clear reference to his signature film, "The Picture of Dorian Gray." See more
During Oliver Keane's accident scene, he is seen driving a grey car at first, but when he skids off the road and tumbles down the hill, it is suddenly black. See more
[noticing Steve's interest in the portrait of Mathilda
You seem interested.
Fascinated. You know, it's very much like Montreux in his middle period. Who painted it?
My husband... in his sober period... before he married me.
Opening title and credits are typed in a bound manuscript, and we see someone's gloved hands flipping the pages. See more
Someone to Watch Over Me
Music by George Gershwin
Played just before Steven introduces himself to Althea See more