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They Only Kill Their Masters (1972) Poster

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Peter Lawford, June Allyson and Ann Rutherford were all veterans who spent much time over the years making films on the MGM backlot. Peter Lawford and June Allyson had appeared together in several films, most notably Good News (1947). This film gave them an opportunity to be in the last film made on that backlot before the land was sold.
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This was the last movie to be filmed on the famed MGM back lot; the property was sold as the film was being completed.
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The exotic sports car driven by Peter Lawford is a Triumph Stag, Triumph's luxury V-8 muscle car of the '70s.
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In addition to her big entrance late in the movie, June Allyson appears in glimpses, walk-ons and cameo appearances throughout the film. She is in a scarf, walking across the town park during the opening credits, as well as in a cut-away close-up of her eyes when Able Mash first comes to the vet clinic and meets Murphy and Kathrine Ross for the first time.
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Garner's character Abel Marsh was later portrayed by Andy Griffith in two made-for television movies, 'The Girl in the Empty Grave (1977)' and 'Deadly Game (1977)', also written by screenwriter Lane Slate.
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The word 'neat' is said 14 times in the movie.
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