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Rated NR · 88 minutes

Romance, Suspense/Thriller

A definitive film noir classic, the film tells the shocking story of a Park Avenue society beauty murdered in her apartment, which brings Detective Mark McPherson to New York's most elegant neighborhood. As he tries to get inside the head of the victim, Laura Hunt, he also questions the men in her life - the acerbic critic Waldo Lydecker and playboy fiance Shelby Carpenter. Lulled by her stunning portrait, fine liquor and classical music, McPherson doesn't know he's in for a heart-stopping shock with the sudden appearance of a woman who seems to be Laura herself.

Director: Otto Preminger
Writer: Vera Caspary and Jay Dratler
Cast: Gene Tierney, Dana Andrews, Clifton Webb, Vincent Price and Judith Anderson

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