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A psychotic master of disguise who kills dowdy matrons and gets kicks by phoning in clues to the police detective goes after the detective's girlfriend.
Genre: Feature Film-Drama
Release Date: 19-AUG-2003
Media Type: DVD
Suspense-master William Goldman ("Marathon Man") wrote the novel from which this bizarre black comedy was adapted. It's the extraordinary account of a plumber who kills a dowdy matron, a priest who kills a dowdy matron and a policeman who kills a dowdy matron. Actually they're the same man, a psychotic master of disguise brilliantly played by versatile Rod Steiger. The killer also gets his kicks phoning in clues to detective George Segal. All of New York trembles as a sixth strangling is reported in the papers. And the man with the makeup kit stalks another victim... the detective's girlfriend (Lee REmick). A suspenseful, macabre game of cat and mouse.
A near classic, with great acting by Rod Steiger. Well played by George Segal and Lee Remick. This version lacks some scenes I remember from the theater version, and some plot... Read morePublished 17 days ago by Bob Bennett
Video and sound are good.
Good story, and can't go wrong with the actors or acting.
A little comedy between Morris, his mother and Kate - the girl friend and confession... Read more
The 1968 film, "No Way To Treat A Lady", has always been one of my favorite's. The subject matter concerning
a psychotic master of disguise brilliantly played by Rod Steiger... Read more
Few actors can beat Rod Steiger for method acting capability. Even in the role as a serial killer was amptly played. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Robert D. Woods
Was good acting throughout the movie. Was glad I purchased the movie.Published 9 months ago by David Strawser
A gem from 1968. someone is murdering middle aged ladies. You know right from the start who it is so it isn't a mystery. so let's get right into the actors.... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Russell S