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No Way to Treat a Lady

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starring
Rod Steiger
George Segal Lee Remick
A strangler is on the loose in New York. The victims are always middle-aged women and the killer always attacks in a different disguise.
Rod Steiger 's virtuoso performance as the murderer dominates this macabre comedy.
Screenplay by JOHN GAY Based on the novel by WILLIAM GOLDMAN
Produced by SOL C. SIEGAL Directed by JACK SMIGHT
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Contributors

Unknown: Rod Steiger
Unknown: George Segal
Unknown: Lee Remick
Unknown: Rod Steiger
Unknown: John Gay
Novel By: William Goldman
Produced By: Sol C. Siegal
Directed By: Jack Smight
Christopher Gill: Rod Steiger
Kate Palmer: Lee Remick
Morris Brummel: George Segal
Mrs Brummel: Eileen Heckart
Insp Haines: Murray Hamilton
Kupperman: Michael Dunn
Alma: Martine Bartlett
Belle Poppie: Barbara Baxley
Mrs Fitts: Irene Dailey
Sylvia Poppie: Doris Roberts
Mrs Himmel: Ruth White
Det Monaghan: Val Bisogio

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