Here's a basic rundown:
After that, at the goading of the shrewish Dickinson(look at those pics to the left...nasty!), he gets the idea to pretend to be the kidnapper. The plan? To take the $50,000 that the kidnappers demanded, add $100,000 to the total, pretend to be the kidnapper, pick up the money from Eddie Albert, skim off the $100,000, THEN pretend to be the doctor, deliver the $50,000 to the baddies, and finally, to rescue the daughter. Simple, right? No. June Allyson, the crazy old biddy, has to blab. The cops get involved...the fun begins.
I was on the edge of my couch cushion for the last half of this! It had the pacing of a very good episode of ALFRED HITCHCOCK PRESENTS, down to the stinger ending. Robert Culp and Angie Dickinson were really impressive here; Culp was both convincingly weak and extremely intense, and Angie...let's just say that that gal could play a total bitch extremely well! This was a very satisfying movie. I was impressed by how well everything tied together, and by how well everyone worked to tighten the knot. Awesome.