Alfred Hitchcock's last movie. I understand it's better than the two prior, but this certainly isn't his best work. I also felt he didn't really have a feel for colour film, not the way he did for black and white.
Blanche Tyler (Barbara Harris) is a fake psychic, "contacting" the other world to fleece wealthy, gullible old women. When she's offered a very large sum of money to locate a long-lost nephew, she enlists her boyfriend George Lumley (Bruce Dern) to do a good chunk of the detective work. Unfortunately, the man they're looking for (William Devane) is a murderer and kidnapper, and doesn't want to be found.
There's a twisty plot and some decent dialogue. But I prefer my Hitchcock with a likeable character (Blanche and George aren't exactly charming), even better dialogue, and better cinematography. Not a bad film, but disappointing.