Gene Tierney makes a decent femme fatale in this Otto Preminger noir from 1944, but the plot is pretty lame. Clifton Webb as prissy radio personality Waldo Lydecker holds court in his bathtub, and a young Vincent Price is suspiciously untouched by his fiancee’s death.
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