Cinema: It's Murder

Charade. A corpse lies in a chapel. Suddenly a door bursts open and a leering menace strides up to the dead man, jabs a pin into his hand. "Good grief!" gasps the dead man's widow (Audrey Hepburn). "What next?" Another fiend, that's what. A pal of the malevolent mourner corners the widow and flips lighted matches into her lap. "Your late husband," he snarls viciously, "stole a quarter-million dollars from me an' my buddies. Where is it?" To the rescue rushes a handsome stranger (Gary Grant). "What's going on here?" he wants to...

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