The Man in the Net

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Released 1959

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Director:
Michael Curtiz
Released:
1959
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The Man in the Net is a 1959 murder mystery directed by Michael Curtiz. John Hamilton (Alan Ladd), an aspiring artist, decides to quit his job in New York City and move with his wife Linda (Carolyn Jones) to the small community of Stoneville, Connecticut. He begins to practice drawing and painting by using children from the town as models. Linda, who is a mentally unstable alcoholic, resents that John made her leave the big city and wants to move back. When he ignores her pleas to return to New York, she tries to make him an outcast in Stoneville by falsely telling people that he physically abuses her. When John returns home one night to find that his house is in disarray and Linda is gone, the townspeople remember Linda's claims and accuse him of murder. With only local children as his allies, John must try to uncover the truth about his wife's disappearance before the adults in the town seek vigilante justice.moreless
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