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The Late Film: No Way to Treat a Lady


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starring Rod Steiger
Lee Remick , George Segal with Eileen Heckart
Murray Hamilton , Michael Dunn
Rod Steiger provides a series of brilliant impersonations in this highly successful black comedy in which a bizarre camaraderie develops over the telephone between a killer and the harassed detective trying to track him down.
Based on the novel by WILLIAM GOLDMAN Directed by JACK SMIGHT Films: page »


Unknown: Rod Steiger
Unknown: Lee Remick
Unknown: George Segal
Unknown: Eileen Heckart
Unknown: Murray Hamilton
Unknown: Michael Dunn
Unknown: Rod Steiger
Novel By: William Goldman
Directed By: Jack Smight
Christopher Gill: Rod Steiger
Kate Palmer: Lee Remick
Morris Brummel: George Segal
Mrs Brummel: Eileen Heckart
Inspector Haines: Murray Hamilton
Mr Kupperman: Michael Dunn
Alma Mulloy: Martine Bartlett
Belle Poppie: Barbara Baxley
Mrs FittS: Irene Dailey
Sylvia Poppie: Doris Roberts
Mrs Himmel: Ruth White
Detective Monaghan: Val Bisoglio
Lieutenant Dawson: David Doyle
Sadie: Kim August

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