Synopsis: Her new husband's behaviour convinces Julie Benton that his jealousy is dangerous, and when he admits he killed her first husband she realises she has to get away. A long-time friend helps all he can, but even in a town the size of San Francisco, Benton seems able to track them down. The police can do nothing despite a death threat, so the next move is up to Julie.
Director(s): Andrew L. Stone
Production: Warner Home Video
99 min

It's the voice

of my one love

And it promises ecstasy

Day and night,

it is calling me

But I'm afraid to go

Ahh, ahh, ahh


Though I run

to escape it

Still it calls


And although

it's my destiny

Sorrow is there, I know

Ahh, ahh, ahh

Warm are his arms

Tender, his kiss

But in his eyes


the danger lies


Must I go

where he leads me

Though it be

through eternity

Oh, I know

I will never be free

Free from the voice

that calls


How can you humiliate me like this?

What you said to him in

front of all those people,

it's unforgivable.

Is it because he's a cousin

of Bob's? Is that it?

No. It's because

he's a man- any man!

And you were annoyed

because I stood there and talked

to him for 10 minutes.

Is that it?

Well, if this is what married

life is going to be,

then we have


absolutely nothing!

And I can't bear it any

more, Lyle, I really can't... and I won't!

You're hurting... take your foot off of my-

you're hurting me!



You're hurting me!

Get your foot-

You'll kill us!




What are you doing?










Oh, Julie...

I'm so sorry...

so desperately sorry.

Help me fight

this thing.

I was jealous,


blindly jealous.


Julie, you've got

to believe me.

I only meant

to frighten you.

That's all I wanted to do at first.

I started grinding that

pedal harder and harder,

and I couldn't stop.

I couldn't stop.

It was the thought of losing you.


I love you

so very much.

He'd nearly killed us both,

yet he seemed so sorry,

so desperately sorry,

that my heart

went out to him.

I didn't know what to think.

I just didn't know.


Cliff told me something this morning

that was

very upsetting.

He told me that Bob

did not take his life

for the reason we supposed at all.

And he said it couldn't

have been a financial thing

because he even tried

to help him.

Naturally, he assumed

that there was some...

inner thing that

he didn't know about.

This must have come

as quite a shock to you.

Yes, it did.

Of course, it did...

because, Lyle,

if financial worries

weren't at the bottom of all...

then what was?

I don't know...

but I never believed that money

problem idea. You know that.

Well, it just

makes no sense...

no sense at all.

Look, Julie, it's as

inscrutable to me as to you...

and everyone else

why a man like Bob

would commit suicide.

But the fact remains,

Bob did do it. He's gone.

And you are now

Mrs. Benton.

You're cold.

Shall I get you

something warm?

No. I'm all right,

thank you.

Julie, there is no sense

in rehashing this thing.

I'd appreciate dropping the

subject of Bob once and for all.

Let it lie. Bury him.

You're- you're

jealous of him.


I was jealous of him

from the start...

from the moment

I first saw you.

So... even

while I was still married to Bob,

even before he died,

Lyle was jealous of him.

Oh, it gave me

a feeling of apprehension

I couldn't shake.

I had to talk to Cliff.

I had to have more answers.


Oh, hiya, Julie.

I had to see you

just for a minute.

I've got all weekend.

How about over there?


Excuse me.

As a matter of fact,

I should be at the lodge right now.

I have a golf date

with Peggy Davis.

I just wanted to ask you

something about our conversation.

Sure, Julie.

What's up?

Cliff, are you sure that

Bob had no reservations

about accepting that loan?

I'm sure he didn't.

It's just as I sald yesterday,

it was a good deal for

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Andrew L. Stone

Andrew L. Stone (July 16, 1902 – June 9, 1999) was an American screenwriter, film director and producer. He was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay for the film Julie in 1957 and received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 1960. more…

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