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Any Second Now (1969)

A photographer plans to murder his rich young wife after she catches him cheating on her and threatens to divorce him so he won't get any of her money. He arranges for her to have an auto ... See full summary »

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Paul Dennison
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Nancy Dennison
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Doctor Raul Valdez
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Jane Peterson
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Señora Vorhis
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Howard Lenihan
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Mrs. Hoyt
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Gary (as Bob Hastings)
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Samantha
Victor Millan
Luis de Córdova
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John Alladin
Dallas Mitchell
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A photographer plans to murder his rich young wife after she catches him cheating on her and threatens to divorce him so he won't get any of her money. He arranges for her to have an auto accident. However, instead of killing her, the accident only causes her to lose her memory, and the doctors say that it could return at any moment. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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11 February 1969 (USA)  »

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Gleich ist es soweit  »

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Don't get your hopes up, all you thriller fans
7 October 2009 | by See all my reviews

This one hasn't been around much in recent years, and you may think you're missing out on something. Certainly the two stars -- Granger and Nettleton -- are better than average for a made-for-TV movie. The title promises a bit of excitement. And the basic plot sounds like a recipe for a real nail-biter: A man tries to kill his rich wife. She survives but has amnesia. He pretends to help doctors' efforts to restore her memory, meanwhile desperately looking for a chance to kill her before she remembers everything and points the finger at him.

But it's not nearly as suspenseful as it sounds.

The plot has more twists than those mentioned above, and as clever as they are, they get in the way of the story. After a fairly good beginning, things move slowly, as the couple's romantic relationship starts again from Square One. The ending is weak. And Joe Campanella's Mexican accent (he plays a doctor at the Mexican resort where the movie takes place) wouldn't fool the greenest gringo.

"Any Second Now" is no crime, but you can safely forget it.


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