Under Suspicion


Under Suspicion


A lawyer is asked to come to the police station to clear up a few loose ends in his witness report of a foul murder. "This will only take ten minutes", they say, but it turns out to be one loose end after another, and the ten minutes he is away from his speech become longer and longer.


Under Suspicion


In the late 1950s, British police officer Tony Aaron resigns from the force after sleeping with Hazel, wife of the man whose house he was supposed to guard. In his new job as a fake private investigator, he helps couples get divorces by photographing Hazel having "affairs" with the husband. When she is murdered during a job, Tony begins having an affair with the dead man's mistress, Angeline, while trying to prove his innocence.


Family of Cops III - Under Suspicion


Police Inspector Paul Fein (Bronson) copes with family troubles while also dealing with the possibility of advancement to police chief. Meanwhile, his son (Joe Penny)) is investigating the murder of a banker.


Wives Under Suspicion


A merciless district attorney prosecutes a case that mirrors his own life.


Under Suspicion


Jack Holt stars as Robert Bailey, a Henry Ford-like auto industrialist who decides to give his millions away to various charitable causes. Naturally, this arouses hostility amongst Bailey's friends, relatives and associates, some of whom have murder on their minds.


Under Suspicion


Under Suspicion


Under Suspicion


Betty Standish, a small town girl who inherits a fortune, fulfills her ambition of living in the big city when she rents the bachelor apartment of the vacationing Jerome Kent from his valet Greggs, who poses as Jerome. When Jerome returns unexpectedly, Betty, thinking that he is a burglar, holds him off with a revolver. Attracted to Jerome, Betty offers him a job as her chauffeur to reform him, which Jerome, who is attracted to Betty, accepts.


Man Under Suspicion


Man Under Suspicion (German: Morgen in Alabama) is a 1984 West German film directed by Norbert Kückelmann.


Under Suspicion of Being A Communist


“If I don’t walk, I don’t make any money”. This affirmation made by Leonel Badilla gives us a view of his daily routine in which he walks the Ñunoa neighborhood every day asking for money in order to pay for his daily bread and sleeping arrangements. He must be sure to earn this money by the end of every day or run the risk of staying out on the street.His walk appears difficult and tired given his advanced age, but he has his loyal companion that accompanies him daily, his hand held radio. Leonel listens to his favorite programs by Cristobal Cohen and Marcelo Hermosilla, that accompany him on this route while he ponders ideas regarding his life: his sadly abandoned childhood, his views about the governments of Allende and Pinochet, his being detained under the “suspicion of being a communist“, and his every-day struggle to survive which he considers would have been better had it ended after the military coup d’ etat.


The Inquisitor


Martinaud, an illustrious notary suspected of being the perpetrator of two horrendous crimes, voluntarily agrees to be questioned by Inspector Gallien on New Year's Eve. What initially is a routine procedure, soon becomes a harsh interrogation that seems to confirm the initial suspicions.


Under Suspicion for a Crime of Passion Aggravated by Triviality


Giulia is getting ready to spend the weekend with Lucio. However, she does not find him waiting for her at the villa where they were supposed to meet. She finds three women instead, they are Lucio’s lovers, who two days before received the same message from him. No one can find him and the women have the same question: why did he get them all together there? The four enemies have to become friends to survive the situation.

Under Suspicion
Under Suspicion
Under Suspicion

Under Suspicion is an American television police drama set in Portland, Oregon. It was created by Jacqueline Zambrano. Its episodes were broadcast on the CBS network from September 16, 1994 to March 10, 1995. Though short-lived, the show premiered to fairly strong reviews, which praised lead Karen Sillas's performance and observed that the show functioned as a kind of Americanized Prime Suspect. Filming occurred in Portland, with views of the South Park Blocks and Willamette River.