Through a reference from his Honolulu counterpart Tom Lopaka, Jeff is hired by Wilson James, a former movie director who had to retire when he went blind. James is one of a handful of people invited to a reading of a special side will in video form at the mansion of recently deceased movie director J. Cedric Usher. James started in the business together with J. Cedric thirty years ago and was requested to bring someone along to the reading as an assistant due to the unusual nature of this side will. While other former movie associates have ended up working for J. Cedric in his personal life, the others invited are primarily other associates still active in the movie business: Hollywood legend Clara Moore, who starred in every one of his pictures; brooding New York method actor Walter Legal, who, despite also appearing in many of his later movies, considered J. Cedric a hypocrite; Walter's sister Amelia Legal, whose life is controlled by Walter; and costume designer Robin Wells and his...
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How'd you like to work for me?
Might be interesting. All depends on what I have to do.
Nothing very difficult. Would you like to kill my husband?
That's a little out of my scope. You see I'm not licensed to kill people. In California.
References Hawaiian Eye
77 Sunset Strip
Written by Mack David
and Jerry Livingston
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