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Rated NR · 71 minutes · 1946

Crime drama
After his doctor recommends a lengthy vacation, French detective Henri Cassin (Steven Geray) settles into the bucolic village of St. Margot for a rest. Checking into a family-owned hotel, the detective soon finds himself pursued by the pretty innkeeper's daughter, Nanette (Micheline Cheirel), and succumbs to her charms. Shortly after the two marry, Nanette is found strangled to death, and Henri suspects Leon (Paul Marion) ], her ex-fiancé -- until Leon turns up murdered as well.
Director: Joseph H. Lewis
Producer: Ted Richmond
Cast: Steven Geray, Micheline Cheirel, Eugene Borden, Ann Codee, Egon Brecher, Helen Freeman, Brother Theodore, Gregory Gaye, Jean Del Val, Paul Marion, Emil Rameau, Louis Mercier, Billy Snyder, Frank Arnold, Adrienne D'Ambricourt, Marcelle Corday, Alphonse Martell, Andre Marsaudon, Francine Bordeaux, Esther Zeitlin and Cynthia Caylor

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