When Mrs. Tremayne is mysteriously poisoned with gas, ambulance driver Frank Jessup meets her refined but sensuous stepdaughter Diane, who quickly pursues and infatuates him. Under Diane's seductive influence, Frank is soon the Tremayne chauffeur; but he begins to suspect danger under her surface sweetness. When he shows signs of pulling away, Diane schemes to get him in so deep he'll never get out. Written by
Rod Crawford <firstname.lastname@example.org>
NAKED DRAMA as fierce and unashamed as the crime that gave it birth!
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In two different scenes a cab comes to the mansion, and both times it has the same license plate. See more
After Diane insists on paying for dinner, Frank declines her offer, noting that he can afford it even on his salary. He takes out his wallet and places money on the table. Diane then later says, "At least let me pay for my half." He obliges. She takes out her purse and gives him some cash. Frank then picks up the money he had put down (which would have covered the full bill), puts her money (covering half the bill) down in its place, and gives her all of his money, which she puts in her purse. Nobody ends up paying for Frank's half and Diane ends up with more money than she started with. See more
Mrs. Catherine Tremayne
Charles, at times your charm wears dangerously thin. Right now it's so thin I can see through it.
Referenced in Watching the Detectives
Music by Roy Webb
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