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Teenaged Susan Shelley is released from an asylum where she's been confined to after the shock suffered over the fiery death of her glamorous socialite mother. Her father has a new wife, who has only married him for the money left to him by Zsa Zsa. Susan is still haunted by her mother's memory, and her step-mother is conspiring with her lover, Maxwell Reed, to trick the troubled girl to lead them to Zsa Zsa's missing diamond necklace. Written by
I saw this on TV way back when -- it was the only thing on in prime time, so of course we had to watch it -- and had forgotten the title. Then I saw a picture of Martha Hyer on ebay a few minutes ago and wondered where I'd seen her.
Also in The Carpetbaggers.
This movie was terrible. Don Ameche and Zsa Zsa Gabor were right at home.
What other movie this bad sticks in the mind of a boy who was 8 at the time?
Martha Hyer was that captivating.
The ending is a shock but does not really justify watching the whole thing.
And who wasn't happy when Don Ameche finally got his Oscar?
If only I could write Martha Hyer a fan letter, I sure would.
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