A neurotic invalid (Barbara Stanwyck) accidentally overhears a phone conversation plotting her own murder in Sorry, Wrong Number (1948).
Actor Alec Baldwin is TCM's Guest Programmer joining Robert Osborne for an introduction and comments on director Anatole Litvak's Sorry, Wrong Number, 1948, starring Barbara Stanwyck.
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Mrs. Stevenson (Barbara Stanwyck) and Mrs. Lord (Ann Richards) cannot speak freely in this phone conversation from Sorry, Wrong Number, 1948.
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