Chuck Hausman returns with his wife Rebecca to his birthplace Deerfield, where he left 20 years ago, joining the Marine corps just to get away from his father, the then generally revered reverend Leo Hausman, who didn't spare him the belt; to her shock she learns he faked psychosis to get interred and then released but never told her. Leo's will names him the main heir, while admitting the capital of an investment fund three locals entrusted Leo is completely lost; Pete Gromek and his partners however think it might just be hidden for Chuck, knowing they would shy away from a police investigation which would also bring in the IRS. The lawyer also gives Chuck Leo's diary, which he hopes contains the answers, but is stolen by Leo's housekeeper, Mrs. Ford, who claims to have earned the money by her loyal service all those decades. She is found dead, head fatally smashed on a stone, Chuck says she must have fallen, but had opportunity to do it. Jeanine Blaylock, his teenage first love, is...
Did You Know?
The license plate on Chuck Hausman's blue mustang is the same as the one on the Firebird that Jim Rockford drove in _The Rockford Files (1974-1980)_. California 853 OKG. See more
In the very beginning, the wife falls down a flight of stairs. But when William Moses carries the woman's body to the car, the house behind him is a one-story house. See more
Oh, my God... what have you done?
References The Rockford Files
When Love Runs Dry
Written by Andrew M. Chukerman
(as Andrew Chukerman)
Performed by Bubba Dean Rambo See more