Ethel Andrews is a quiet woman, successful in her career at a financial management firm. She's understandably upset when her coworker, Bruce Strickland, leaves her standing at the altar. As if that weren't enough, she learns that $50,000 she signed for is missing from the office accounts. She decides to look for Strickland who supposedly went on vacation. While driving, she nearly has an accident causing another woman, Peggy Sutton, to run off the road and damage her car. Peggy Sutton, is herself, on the run after she receives an anonymous phone call telling her the mob has put a contract out on her. Ethel needs time to find out what happened to the money so when Peggy suggests they switch identities for a week, she accepts. When Ethel has a flat in Peggy's car, the man who changes the tires finds a package in the trunk which Ethel discovers contains over $50,000. Peggy is soon killed in a car accident and Ethel approaches Perry Mason to help her get out of the jam she's in. He finds ... Written by
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Peggy/Ethel looks up Perry Mason's phone number in a Los Angeles phone book. His number is MA5-1190. See more
A burglar's POV of a box full of money shows real US currency at the top of each bundle of bills. When the money is shown again a few seconds later, each bundle of bills is topped with obvious stage money. See more
Oh, it'll be just-just perfect, Mrs. Alford. And thank you, Reverend Alford, for letting us use the chapel when there won't be any people here.
Every girl wants music and flowers, Ethel.