The husband of a successful actress, thought for years to be dead, suddenly returns and demands money. Things get complicated as she accidentally kills him when he attacks her.

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Harry Lawrence
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The husband of a successful actress, thought for years to be dead, suddenly returns and demands money. Things get complicated as she accidentally kills him when he attacks her.

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13 December 1963 (USA)  »

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Patricia Barry's and Robert Culp's second of three collaborations as a couple. See more »

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A Sneak Peek at Hollywood
15 April 2015 | by (Claremont,USA) – See all my reviews

Pretty good entry. Barry and Culp shine as a sleek Hollywood power couple, amid the gaiety of a big post-Oscar party. The party scene is really well-staged with all the earmarks of a glamorous tinsel town bash. Then too, the sniping coming from gossip queen Pearce is priceless and says a lot about inside the industry. So how will our conniving twosome get rid of the inconvenient body of Barry's long-ago husband Kaye, who suddenly turns up at the party. He's such an obnoxious character, it's almost a relief when she conks him, though it looked like she was conking a Lou Costello look-alike. But if he sticks around, her career is probably over. Good thing the cool-headed Culp is there to figure things out. Anyway, the ending's a surprise, befitting the Hitchcock brand. All in all, it's an entertaining entry providng a peek into backstage Hollywood that the producers likely had fun with.


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