Not Rated | | Crime, Drama, Film-Noir
When Frank Johnson becomes an eyewitness to a murder, he's pursued around scenic San Francisco by his wife, the police, and the murderer.
Ross Hunter, who'd later go on to produce the classic Douglas Sirk melodramas Magnificent Obsession (1954), Imitation of Life (1959), All That Heaven Allows (1955) and others, is credited here as dialogue director. A year later he would receive his first producing credit.
I don't like this place.
Dan Legget: It's a good spot. I used to come here with my girl when I was a kid. It's more frightening than romantic. It's the way love is when you're young... life is when you're older.
On the exterior of his office building, Dr. Hohler's given name is listed as Arnold. On his office door, it is listed as Arthur.