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Mark Sherwin ( Robert Ayres) is the victim of a brutal beating and car theft. The thief dies in a crash; Mark suffers from amnesia, and recuperates on a horse-training property. Discovering a clue, he returns home to find he had been declared dead, his wife welcomes him back, only to plan a real death for him so she and his best friend (with whom she is having an affair) can get his substantial wealth.Written by
So says the doctor when he is asked whether to call in a psychiatrist.This film seems to be in two parts.The first where Ayres looses and tries to recover his memory.The second where he recovers his homicidal spouse.Christine was a real blonde bombshell.Yet she only appeared in a handball of films.Maybe the competition from Diana Does was too stiff.However she goes full out as the murderous wife.Having been disappointed by the reappearance of husband Ayres,she has to go to the trouble of bumping him off again.There is a lot of plot for so short a film so,as a result,there are a lot of holes in the plot and far too many coincidences and contrivance.However it is all quite entertaining.
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