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Murder So Sweet

Synopsis

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Mystery thriller starring
Harry Hamlin
Helen Shaver
KT Oslin
Steve Catlin 's reputation as a lady-killer makes him the prime suspect when his new bride dies mysteriously, or so one of his formerwives, Edie, believes.
With nothing more than a hunch to go on, and the hel p of a detective from out-of-town, she struggles to find proof against the sweet-talking Steve before another death is discovered.
Director Larry Peerce (1993, PG)
* See Films: pages 48-52 **
Followed by Weather

Contributors

Unknown: Harry Hamlin
Unknown: Helen Shaver
Unknown: Kt Oslin
Unknown: Steve Catlin
Director: Larry Peerce
Steve Catlin: Harry Hamlin
EdieBallew: Helen Shaver
Candy: Kt Oslin
Bobby Ballew: Terence Knox
Glen Emory: Ed Lauter
Bea Emory: Frances Lee McCain
Dyna Emory: Daphneashbrook
Detective Harris: William Lucking
Joyce Catlin: Faith Ford
MarthaCatlin: Eileen Brennan
Lynda: Juliette Marshall






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