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"The Very Last Picture Show": A Hollywood director who murdered a script writer 35 years ago overhears his wife and her lawyer plotting to replace his new premiere with a film that the lawyer had produced re-enacting the murder in order to convince him that his victim has returned from grave see
Appearing in "The Very Last Picture Show"
Synopsis for "The Very Last Picture Show"
A Hollywood director who murdered a script writer 35 years ago overhears his wife and her lawyer plotting to replace his new premiere with a film that the lawyer had produced re-enacting the murder in order to convince him that his victim has returned from grave seeking revenge. When he enters the projection booth to confront them, the film strangles him. It turns out the lawyer did not have the time to substitute the film after all, and both he and the wife were in the audience.
Appearing in "Turnabout"
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Synopsis for "Turnabout"
A woman murders her husband and dumps the body in the truck of her car, then drives to a river to dispose of it. When she looks in the trunk she is startled to see that the body is missing. The man's ghost appears, and she backs away, striking her head on the trunk. When she regains consciousness, she finds herself locked in the trunk with water rising and surmises that the ghost must have placed the car in the river for revenge. She celebrates getting the trunk open with a tire iron just as the car is about to plummet over a steep waterfall.
Appearing in "Nasty Little Man"
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Synopsis for "Nasty Little Man"
A foul-tempered man manages to capture a leprechaun and extract from him his heart's desire, a stone house and to never be hungry again. It first it seems as though he gains his wish when he marries a local girl, but after he secretly murders his wife's father in order to be lord of the estate, the dead man's lawyer informs him that he was not so well off as the killer had assumed and their house will have to be sold. They move into a hovel and he abuses his wife until she stabs him in the back with scissors. She tells the police she did it because she loved him. She spent the last of her money on a stone crypt, and now he'll never be hungry.
- "Quico Redondo" is a pen name for Frank Redondo.
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