Mystery writer Janet Frobisher lives alone in a dark English country house, when she's not philandering with her secretary's fiancée. At an extremely awkward moment, she has an unwelcome visitor: George Bates, who claims to be the partner in crime of Janet's estranged husband. George insinuates himself into Janet's home and life despite her efforts to get rid of him; the tangled relationships develop into a macabre, murderous cat-and-mouse game.
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According to Bette Davis, Emlyn Williams was prevailed upon to rewrite a great deal of the dialogue in this film, although neither he nor Davis felt that it was enough to save the film. See more
People who love animals too much seldom love their fellow men enough.
Written by Hoagy Carmichael
and Mitchell Parish
Used instrumentally (character Janet plays record) See more