A man murders his beautiful younger wife when she threatens to leave him. He then packs her body in a big suitcase and boards a train, where he is stalked by an inquisitive detective.

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Andy Conway
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A man murders his beautiful younger wife when she threatens to leave him. He then packs her body in a big suitcase and boards a train, where he is stalked by an inquisitive detective. Written by sambuca

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20 October 1993 (USA)  »

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The title comes from the expression used to start an event, "One for the money, two for the show, three to get ready and four to go". See more »

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Officer Fine: Long time no see see.
Andy Conway: You going to Chicago?
Officer Fine: Yep, case I'm working on, i cant really talk about it.
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Tales from the Crypt Theme
Composed by Danny Elfman
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What are we going to find in your suitcase?
21 November 2007 | by (Iowa, United States) – See all my reviews

Two excellent actors square off in this thrilling, well performed episode of Tales from the Crypt. David Paymer is Andy, a workaholic who murders his adulterous wife in a fit of rage. Vincent Spano is Officer Fine, the uniform cop who responds to the neighbor's report of a woman screaming. This episode is a nice, strong cat and mouse game with each actor at the top of their game. Paymer plays a nervous wreck very well and Vincent Spano's subtle, clever police officer work off well together.

In fact, a full length film featuring these two would probably work as well. The end is the best part as the twist comes from completely out of nowhere. A classic slight of hand trick that has the viewer looking one way while the twist comes from another.


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