The ambitious Betsy is happy: she gets promoted to a leading management position. Her happiness is spoiled only a little by problems with a boyfriend who feels neglected and an harassing ... See full summary »
Arthur Allan Seidelman
Larry Hogan, using various aliases, meets middle-aged women through dating services and personal ads and uses his charm to cheat them out of their money. When a number of his 'victims' ... See full summary »
After making a name for herself on the West Coast, a defense lawyer returns to her hometown of Atlanta to argue a controversial rape-murder case. But it's not all work and no play: once ... See full summary »
After failing to get the anchor woman position she was promised solely as wife (now ex) of a studio boss, Kelly Faraday needs to feel her own roots again. She returns home with daughter ... See full summary »
Three related women have summer romances in this drama. The first has recently been deserted by her husband. When an old college beau shows up, sparks fly. Meanwhile her sister is wrestling... See full summary »
A woman hired to write the history of a wealthy family stays at the family's estate in Oregon. She discovers that she strongly resembles a long-dead ancestor in the family, and finds things... See full summary »
Divorcee learns from the FBI that her husband has mafia connections and put a contract on her life. She gets into the witness protection program and falls in love with the agent who ... See full summary »
Distaff remake of Hitchcock's classic STRANGERS ON A TRAIN
Patricia Highsmith's celebrated crime novel STRANGERS ON A TRAIN has been remade several times since Alfred Hitchcock's 1951 masterpiece (e.g., Once You Kiss a Stranger and Throw Momma From the Train). How is it possible therefore that the originator of this "criss cross" premise goes uncredited in this tepid TV version starring Linda Gray and Linda Purl? It's more than merely a conspicuous oversight. Instead it's the most blatant instance of plagiarism I've ever encountered.
Mark H. Wolff - author of Hitchcock Poster Art
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