Sheila is killed in a hit-and-run car accident following a party one night. A year later her multi-millionaire husband, Clinton, invites a group of her friends to spend a week on a his yacht. He's a notorious practical joker and insists his guests play a mystery game where each has been assigned a crime for the others to discover. Each night a series of clues is planted in the local port and the team must solve the identity of the criminal-of-the-day. However, things get out of hand and soon there's a real crime to solve. Written by
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Any number can play. Any number can die.
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Shooting the monastery sequence just off Cannes proved to be troublesome for Raquel Welch
. Gale force winds and rain disrupted the night shoot, and Welch was reluctant to leave her Venice hotel for fear of getting stuck in the storm. "This glamorous picture in the wonderful sunny Cote d'Azur has turned out to be a bit of a splodge," Welch told a journalist. "This is not my idea of an enjoyable evening, but they're paying you the money. I just go ahead and do it and don't complain." See more
When the group lines up outside the yacht for the photo, Christine has her sunglasses on. In the next scene Clinton hangs up the photo, and it shows Christine with no sunglasses. See more
You were always so sweet to me, at Daddy's legendary Sunday lunches.
I can still see you sitting on Olivia DeHavilland's lap.
Performed by Bette Midler See more