As for Cleo, the studio cost cutting on some of her films is quite obvious. In "Strange Fascination" it is quite obvious that Haas is performing on same stage with the proscenium arch more than once when his piano recitals are supposed to be taking place in different cities.
Cleo Moore's "Overexposed" is also as dull as dishwater. It made me pity Richard Crenna. Television programs have had better sets. Ditto "One Girl's Confession" in which Hugo Haas really overstays his welcome as a gambling addicted cafe owner.
Her best role was a bit performance in "On Dangerous Ground."