Cinema: The New Pictures, Jun. 23, 1958

There's Always a Price Tag (Inter-mondia Films; Rank) is a tasty example of how the French can cook up something out of nothing. This picture contains no more than the usual ingredients of the standard Hollywood thriller—it is based on a mystery novel by James Hadley Chase—but Director Denys de la Patellière has prepared it to the king's taste. He tells the story of a wealthy drunk (Peter Van Eyck) who one day informs the greedy salope (Michele Morgan) to whom he is married that he is going to commit suicide in a few minutes. But if he does that, she...

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