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Death Becomes Her ***


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Black comedy. Since actress Madeline Ashton stole writer Helen Sharp 's fiance, time has not been kind. When Helen reappears on the scene, Madeline feels compelled to seek help, but she soon finds that the price of beauty is more than merely financial. Widescreen. Reviews pp 72-75.
Director Robert Zemeckis (1992. PG) (S) (W)
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Unknown: Madeline Ashton
Unknown: Helen Sharp
Director: Robert Zemeckis
Madeline Ashton: Meryl Streep
Ernest Menville: Bruce Willis
Helen Sharp: Goldie Hawn
Lisle Von Rhuman: Isabella Rossellini
Chagall: Ian Ogilvy
Dakota: Adam Storke
Rose: Nancy Fish
Psychologist: Alaina Reed Hall
Anna: Michelle Johnson
Vivian Adams: Mary Ellen Trainor
Mr Franklin: William Frankfather
Opening man: Clement von Franckenstein

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Death Becomes Her ***

BBC One London, 30 March 2001 23.05

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