Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Accidentally peering through a window while on his nightly jog, stockbroker Kenneth Gilman can't take his eyes off beautiful Barbara Law. He returns to the same neighborhood night after night, for the express purpose of sneaking a peek at Law and her lover in various states of sexual passion. When the woman is murdered, Gilman is fingered as the culprit--and it doesn't help matters that he's been discussing his chronic voyeurism with psychiatrist Dayle Haddon. Now it's up to our obsessive hero to find out who's trying to frame him. More successful as a semi-comedy than as a thriller, Bedroom Eyes drew enough of an audience to warrant a sequel, ingeniously titled Bedroom Eyes 2.
peeping-tom, murder, stockbroker, window, woman, witness