Paul Martin is acquitted by a jury of the murder of his wife, although most people believe he did in fact kill her. To escape questioning reporters, he takes a house in the country. Soon, ...
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Paul Martin is acquitted by a jury of the murder of his wife, although most people believe he did in fact kill her. To escape questioning reporters, he takes a house in the country. Soon, however, he begins to have premonitions of his own murder, and is shocked one day when his dead wife's brother shows up at his front door.Written by
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When Ross Martin turns over in an end table in his apartment, the studio prop rental markings are clearly visible. When he later turns the table back over, the markings are gone (either having been taped or painted over). See more »
Ross Martin plays Paul Marlin, who was just acquitted for the murder of his rich wife by a jury, though doubts still remain. Paul's lawyer advises him to get out of town to avoid a relentless press, and also to take a break. Paul arrives in a new town and stays in a quaint hotel, but his past soon catches up with him when he sees a recurrent vision of an unknown assassin bearing down on him in a mirror. Paul seeks solace in a nearby bar, but still sees the killer's reflection in that mirror! It turns out that his late wife's past and his deserved fate will finally catch up and overtake him quite soon...Ross Martin is excellent, and helps the obvious plot work.
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