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Persuaded by daughter Carol (Diane Baker) that she's ready to meet her potential in-laws, recovering axe-murderess Lucy (Joan Crawford) travels with brother Bill (Leif Erickson) and his wife Emily (Rochelle Hudson), in William Castle's Strait-Jacket, 1964.
Ad agency boss Burke (Edward Andrews) presents family man Sam (Jack Lemmon) to dairy owner and client Nurdlinger (Edward G. Robinson), who's convinced all ad-men are degenerates, in David Swift's Good Neighbor Sam, 1964.
Crisp opening from producer-director William Castle, grown-up Carole (Diane Baker) narrating about her father (Lee Yeary) and the night her mother (Joan Crawford) became an axe-murderess, in Strait-Jacket, 1964.
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A crazed axe murderer, released after spending 20 years in a mental institution for lopping the heads off her husband and his lover, returns home to her daughter, who witnessed the slayings as a three-year-old. Shortly after her return, heads begin to roll again, with all the evidence pointing to the woman, who begins to think she's gone insane.
Movie queen Joan Crawford gives a chilling performance in this rousing shocker about a jealous wife with a hasty hatchet.
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