Bailey is hired by Crystal Dart a famous entertainer who became famous in Paris after the war. He is to deliver papers to her soon-to-be ex-husband who has taken residence in her rundown ski lodge. She wants him out. Ken Dexter is helping Crystal write her autobiography and he tries to warn Bailey off. Bailey doesn't scare and he and Crystal along with Dexter drive into the mountains to serve the papers. Kurt, Dart's husband, is in a cast from a skiing accident and he is being cared for by Marie, a local nurse. Dexter's wife Janice also soon shows up and informs them that the snow has covered the road and they are all stranded. Tempers flare in the claustrophobic lodge and soon one of the party winds up dead. Written by
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I guess I'll go home and watch "Bronco".
77 Sunset Strip
Written by Mack David
and Jerry Livingston
Theme song; short instrumental version played during opening credits; full vocal version performed during closing credits See more