A man witnesses a murder in a secluded mansion. When he reports it, there's no evidence of the murder, or that anyone was there. He finds a key on the floor and goes to his boss to get help when he's struck from behind. He wakes up in a hospital room after a polo accident to find he's had amnesia for two years, is now married, and living in Switzerland. He still has the key and the memories of the murder. He goes back to England to try to resolve the mystery.
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The white Rolls Royce in which Richard and Elizabeth drive away at the end of the film has no rear view mirror in close ups but it is present in long shots. See more
I've decided I don't like Tony Sutton - or his friends. Is that all he did? Go to parties and play polo?
Well, he didn't have to do anything else, he was rich.
A rich playboy... polo, skiing in St. Maritz, cruising the Mediterranean with the jet set. What a life! A whole world coming apart at the seams, and all Tony Sutton can do is bounce about like a rubber ball.