Guy Haines, a handsome but rather uptight tennis pro, meets flamboyant playboy Bruno Anthony on a train. Over lunch, Bruno casually suggests that he kill Guy's troublesome wife. In return, Guy must kill Bruno's disapproving father. Guy laughs it off as a sick joke; until Bruno fulfills his part of the bargain, that is, dragging the hapless sportsman in to a web of deceit.
Director: Alfred Hitchcock
Cast: Farley Granger, Leo G. Carroll and Robert Walker
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