Bruno seems innocent enough on the train when we first meet him, wearing a gaudy tie-pin with his name on it and shooting homoerotic glances at Guy Haines (Farley Granger), a world-class tennis player returning home from a match. After buttonholing and flattering Guy, Bruno angles into a remarkable proposition. If Guy is willing to murder Bruno's father, he says, then Bruno will kill off Guy's cheating wife Miriam (Kasey Rogers), freeing Guy to marry Anne (Ruth Roman), a senator's daughter. Bruno's certifiable, but he reads the papers, and the look on Guy's boyish face in response to the proposal is priceless - the look of a man boxed in by his own celebrity.
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