A mentally upset woman (Anabel Shaw) cracks when she sees a murder by a psychiatrist (Vincent Price)---and she's next on his list. Elaine: Lynn Bari. Paul: Frank Latimore. Stevens: Michael Dunne. O'Neil: Reed Hadley. Some suspense. Alfred Werker directed.
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Mrs. Harris, an English domestic servant who falls in love with a couture Dior dress, decides she must buy one of her own. After she raises the funds to buy the dress, Mrs. Harris sets off on a journey to Paris that will change the course of her life. Paul Gallico's classic 1958 novel inspires the narrative.
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