Cinema: The Insuranceman Cometh

The Running Man. The funeral service is over. The pretty young widow (Lee Remick) stares at her desolate parlor. All at once she buries her face in her hands and gives way to gentle sobs. The last of the mourners leaves. As the door slams, she lifts her face out of her hands, and the audience sees that the pretty young widow is not sobbing at all—she is laughing!

She is laughing because her husband (Laurence Harvey) is not dead. He pops in the front door, hangs a big fat buss on her happy face, tells her to come collect him as...

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