An embattled mob boss whose gunsels have just been massacred by a rival, hides out in a hotel room waiting for assistance promised by an out-of-town hood. In the meantime, he tries to hold on to the last vestiges of his sanity as gnawing fear and muzak piped into his room slowly drive him crazy.
Did You Know?
A hotel is just a room for rent - whether for a day or a lifetime. Some come there to sleep, some come there to love... a few come there to die. A change of sheets, a new set of towels and another lonely lifetime fades away tonight in Cornell Woolrich's macabre tale, "The Black Bargain".
Music by Fermo Dante Marchetti
Arranged by E.L. Jele, Huckridge
Performed by The 101 Strings Orchestra
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