Darkness, like fire, was a gift I could master. I only gave it three stars mainly because it didn't bring something new to the table. Still, the ending was such a cliffhanger that I became invested enough to continue the series.
However, his name is actually Stauffer, and he is working for Hardy Cathcart Clifton Webba wealthy art-gallery owner. During the confrontation Stauffer's suit is stained with ink. Later a car rushes at Brad, apparently attempting to kill him.
Brad explains to Kathleen that Jardine is a corrupt lawyer who was Brad's business partner when they lived in San Francisco. Brad had caught Jardine committing theft and blackmail; but Jardine had turned the tables, attacking Brad, forcibly getting him drunk, and putting him behind the wheel of a car.
A man was killed and Brad served time for manslaughter. At the time he thought Jardine was satisfied with that, but now it seems not. The car's license plate leads Brad to Jardine, who is spending the evening with Cathcart's trophy wife Mari Cathy Downs: She remains out of sight while Brad confronts Jardine, who denies even knowing that Brad was out of prison.
The two men fight and Mari calls the police, but Brad quickly leaves the scene. Cathcart, who had hoped they would fight to the death, now arranges for Brad to be framed for murder.
Stauffer ambushes both Brad and Jardine in Brad's apartment. He renders Brad unconscious with etherkills Jardine with a fireplace poker, and leaves the weapon in Brad's hand.
Kathleen and Brad have fallen in love, so she aids him in covering up the crime until he can find and incriminate the real murderer. They find Fred Foss, but he can only tell them his wallet was stolen. They manage to trace Stauffer by contacting dry cleaners until they find the one who treated the distinctively ink-stained suit.
But they find Stauffer murdered: Brad flees the scene by stealing a taxi and driving it to a taxi garage where the police will be unable to pick it out from the others. Brad goes to Cathcart's gallery, posing as a wealthy buyer. Taken to Cathcart's office to wait for the man, he tries to search for evidence, but Mari Cathcart happens to come in.
Knowing Jardine was a womanizer, Brad guesses about the affair and tells her Jardine has been murdered.
Cathcart now arrives, gun in hand. He leads Brad to another part of the building while they talk about the crimes. Since Brad is an ex-con and a murder suspect, Cathcart simply plans to kill him and claim self-defense. But the distraught Mari Cathcart comes up behind and shoots her husband six times.
Later, Kathleen tells the police that their interview will have to wait while she and Brad get married.Wait Until Dark, Frederick Knott's gimmicky stage play about a blind woman terrorized by crooks, was brought to the screen in and was accompanied by an even more outlandish gimmick. Wait Until Dark is a American thriller film directed by Terence Young and produced by Mel Ferrer.
It stars Audrey Hepburn as a young blind woman, Alan Arkin as a violent criminal searching for some drugs, and Richard Crenna as another criminal, supported by Jack Weston, Julie Herrod, and Efrem Zimbalist Jr.
The screenplay by Robert Carrington and Jane-Howard Carrington is based on the.
Until Friday Night has 31, ratings and 3, reviews. Geri Reads said: 2 stars!So this is pretty much standard Abbi Glines.
When I read the author's. Wait Until Dark is an innovative, highly entertaining and suspenseful thriller about a blind housewife, Susy Hendrix (Audrey Hepburn). Independent and resourceful, Susy is learning to cope with 95%(19). Fireblood has 4, ratings and reviews.
Melissa ♥ Dog/Wolf Lover ♥ said: I loved it as much as I did FROSTBLOOD. =) Ruby is a member of King Arc. This surreal, mesmerizing Spanish cartoon feels like a natural segue in a conversation started by the likes of “Maus” and “Watership Down.".