Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Calling Homicide was another of Bill Elliot's "working-man detective" efforts of the 1950s. This time, Elliot plays LA sheriff's department operative Lieutant Doyle. While searching for a cop killer, Doyle discerns a connection between the first murder and the strangling of a pretty model. The villain's modus operandi involves dynamite and nitroglycerine, leading to quite a few hairy suspense sequences. One of the victims is played by Jeanne Cooper, future TV soap opera doyenne and the mother of actor Corbin Bernsen. Calling Homicide benefits from the brisk direction of Edward Bernds.
adoption, artist, battle [war], blizzard, ceremony, cop-killer, death, detective, explosion, forest, ghost, homicide, investigation, killing, magic, murder, nuclear-accident, owner, police, post-Holocaust, rain, snowstorm, soldier, stranded, surrealism, traveling, village, vision [eyesight]