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I Wonder Who Is Killing Her Now (1976)

2.6 out of 5 stars 7 customer reviews

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A plot to kill his wife goes wrong when he changes his mind and then cannot identify the killers to make sure they don't do it.

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Product Details

  • Actors: Bob Dishy, Joanna Barnes, Bill Dana, Harvey Jason, Severn Darden
  • Directors: Steven Hilliard Stern
  • Writers: Jerry Cutler, Mickey Rose
  • Producers: Dennis F. Stevens
  • Format: NTSC
  • Region: All Regions
  • Studio: Synergy Ent
  • DVD Release Date: September 20, 2007
  • Run Time: 87 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 2.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000W8X3TA
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #414,547 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "I Wonder Who Is Killing Her Now (1976)" on IMDb

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Format: DVD
For the legions of Bob Dishy fans out there, this is for you. For the rest of us, IWWKHN is like drinking a battery acid cocktail- It's just not very funny! I kept hoping, praying for any shred of humor, only to be rewarded w/ tedium and Zzzzz..., Huh? Oh yeah, where was I? Anyway, this movie is NOT funny, unless you howl at reruns of Gilligan's Island. Oliver (Dishy) takes out a million dollar life insurance policy on his wife (Joanna Barns) in order to have her terminated so he can collect. Watching the execution of this set-up is much like swallowing a jagged brick! Slow and painful...
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It took me about 30 seconds to regret sitting down to watch "I Wonder Who's Killing Her Now?" starring the saccharine Bob Dishy as Jordan Oliver, a criminal businessman caught embezzling from his employer. Dishy is smarmy and unlikable in this unfunny comedy, but in fairness the material doesn't give him much to work with. The concept here is that Dishy is in a bind for money so tries to have his wife assassinated for the insurance proceeds; he gets this idea from the only modestly amusing concept in the film in which a movie-within-a-movie concept is used to (relatively) good effect, although the musical number that epiphany causes is less enjoyable.

A series of murder-for-hire subcontracts, wacky characters, and predictable situations are the driving forces behind the "comedy" in the film. Dishy appears playing a piano in a chicken suit in yet another comedic fraud; a very bad caricature of an Asian doctor provides extensive pain for the audience while conducting an undercover examination of Dishy's wife; and perhaps most embarrassingly, Dishy constantly imitates Humphrey Bogart, violating the cardinal rule which says that it is very unwise to make references to a good movie in the middle of a bad movie. Among the unsavory individuals encountered is Bill Dana as "Captain Bobo", a ruffian in debt to the mob, an Indian musician who wants the money from the scheme for $4000 worth of lip gloss, and the worst Bela Lugosi impersonator in film history working at a weight loss clinic. This is a repellant picture and I can't think of any reason to recommend it to any audience.
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It took me about 30 seconds to regret sitting down to watch "I Wonder Who's Killing Her Now?" starring the saccharine Bob Dishy as Jordan Oliver, a criminal businessman caught embezzling from his employer. Dishy is smarmy and unlikable in this unfunny comedy, but in fairness the material doesn't give him much to work with. The concept here is that Dishy is in a bind for money so tries to have his wife assassinated for the insurance proceeds; he gets this idea from the only modestly amusing concept in the film in which a movie-within-a-movie concept is used to (relatively) good effect, although the musical number that epiphany causes is less enjoyable.

A series of murder-for-hire subcontracts, wacky characters, and predictable situations are the driving forces behind the "comedy" in the film. Dishy appears playing a piano in a chicken suit in yet another comedic fraud; a very bad caricature of an Asian doctor provides extensive pain for the audience while conducting an undercover examination of Dishy's wife; and perhaps most embarrassingly, Dishy constantly imitates Humphrey Bogart, violating the cardinal rule which says that it is very unwise to make references to a good movie in the middle of a bad movie. Among the unsavory individuals encountered is Bill Dana as "Captain Bobo", a ruffian in debt to the mob, an Indian musician who wants the money from the scheme for $4000 worth of lip gloss, and the worst Bela Lugosi impersonator in film history working at a weight loss clinic. This is a repellant picture and I can't think of any reason to recommend it to any audience.
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A Kid's Review on November 30, 2008
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Hilarious, bad humor. A dwarf asking for payment in "small bills" type of jokes. Tons of one liners and it is so BAD it is good.
I laughed out loud several times and choked on my iced tea but yes it was stupid, but very quick and funny if you don't take it seriously.
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