Dina Hunter (Eden) is a wealthy socialite vacationing in Acapulco with her husband (Vaughn). She's still out-of-sorts after a traumatic automobile accident in which she killed a man and was put on trial and acquitted, but the couple hope that the change of scenery will do Dina some good. Shortly after her arrival she meets painter, Paul Carter (Stuart Whitman), who tries to seduce her with mixed results. She agrees to sit for him, but changes her mind when she finds and unfinished painting featuring her priceless emerald necklace and clippings about her and another woman who had been killed for her jewelry in his apartment one night. Is Paul the killer she thinks he is?
This made-for-TV movie is a bit stilted, but has some fun, campy moments in it. Eden is just gorgeous and changes clothes at the drop of a hat and the scenery is breathtaking. Look for a campy cameo from Larry Storch at the beginning and a wacky dance Eden does in the middle of the film that seems completely unmotivated. The Woman Hunter has been released on DVD, in a cheap dollar bin transfer and can be found on Amazon. It's also available in full on YouTube, uploaded by drelbcom.
Obscurity factor: 8 (available on DVD & YouTube, almost completely forgotten)