(1963) Karin Dor, Joachim Fuchsberger, Horst Frank, Werner Peters, Paul Klinger. One of the most sought-after Edgar Wallace-style films. A man dies in a blazing car crash. His widow comes under suspicion by a life insurance company, which had just raised the payout in the event of his death. But there is something far more sinister afoot, and murder soon abounds as the "White Spider" gang takes many victims. Wallace regular Fuchsberger tries to figure out the mystery. Karin Dor not only is gorgeous but she was perfect for these types of films. Although this wasn't based on an actual Wallace story, it is considered part of the Rialto/Constintin series. It looks and plays like all of the others and it was promoted by Constantin as part of the series. From a nice 16mm original print.