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(1974)

PG | | Thriller | June 1974 (USA)
Katie Lewis and her husband Ben discover that they are the targets of a mysterious killer who leaves the letter W at the scene of their near-fatal "accidents." While trying to avoid death, the couple must struggle to discover the source of these attacks.

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Katie Lewis
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Charles Jasper
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William Caulder
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Arnie Felson
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Betty
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Katie Lewis and her husband Ben discover that they are the targets of a mysterious killer who leaves the letter W at the scene of their near-fatal "accidents." While trying to avoid death, the couple must struggle to discover the source of these attacks.

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W is the Mark of Death  »

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Passable. Eugene Roche is good.
29 July 2000 | by (Israel) – See all my reviews

A passable suspense film. Most memorable is Eugene Roche; playing a yeah-yeah-seen-it-all-before detective, he's responsible for a lot of the credibility.

Someone should have realized you can't call a film W. These one-character films, like M and $, always wind up embracing a fallback title.


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