The IMDB summary of this movie is like something out of TV Guide‘s capsule reviews: “A woman abandons her husband, changes her name, and remarries again. Complications ensue.”
The real story is that our protagonist learns that his wife’s first husband isn’t dead. And perhaps even worse than that, he’s actively working with her to kill him off so they can take his money and run. That’s when a three-way game of cat and mouse ensues.
This is the last film of Sidney Salkow, ending a three-decade career behind the camera that saw him make movies like Twice-Told Tales, The Last Man on Earth and several pirate and cowboy films. Its writer, Harry Spaulding, also wrote Chosen Survivors, Witchery, Curse of the Fly, The Earth Dies Screaming and The Watcher in the Woods.
Plus, you can spot a young Dyan Cannon, if you look hard enough.