Jonathan Cooper is wanted by the police who suspect him of killing his lover's husband. His friend Eve Gill offers to hide him and Jonathan explains to her that his lover, actress Charlotte Inwood is the real murderer. Eve decides to investigate for herself, but when she meets the detective in charge of the case, she starts to fall in love. Written by
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Every time I'm beginning to think what color your eyes are, you disappear!
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Did You Know?
The scenes where Jane Wyman
first enters Marlene Dietrich
's home undercover she introduces her self as Doris Tynsdale, but Dietrich refers to her first as Phyliss, then Elsie, then Doris, then lastly Mavis. It was classic dialogue play for Hitchcock. See more
When Charlotte's maid is talking about the murder at the pub, her hands change positions between shots. First being held at her side to her right hand scratching the back of her head. See more
He was an abominable man. Why do women marry abominable men?
Featured in Hitchcock and Dial M
"In Grandma's Day"
Music by Dave Stamper
Lyrics by Gene Buck
Sung by a chorus after Charlotte exits the stage See more