Woman in the Window
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An intellectual college professor is mesmerized by the painting of a beautiful woman in a gallery window. When he, by chance, meets the subject of the alluring painting, he becomes trapped in a murder plot and witnesses his own investigation. He must now protect the temptress... Based on the novel "Once Off Guard" by J.H. Wallis.
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