Routine who did it film where a young lady comes home just in time to have her mother arrested for shooting her 4th husband.
Naturally, the daughter feels that everyone else is a suspect. Each time she meets someone, she envisions that person pressing the trigger.
The film becomes obvious because the one person she doesn't envision turns out to be the killer. You can guess this after a while.
Kate Jackson turns in a fine supporting performance as the accused mother. Seems as though husband #4 was something else. A well known gambler who had affairs and was going through Jackson's money.
Everyone seems to have a motive for the killing. Yet, the chief of police is adamant that Kate did it. Why? His brother, a cop as well, went off to prison in a scandal that was uncovered by husband #4.
After the crime is solved, it's back to graduate school for our heroine. The writers needed an elementary college course as well.
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