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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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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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Twiggy in a Poor Film
18 October 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Twiggy is a very good actress. She has given stellar performances in "The Young Charlie Chaplin", "The Little Match Girl", "Madame Souszatska". One would not know what a fine actress she is from this film. It was a poor follow-up to "The Boyfriend". The problem is that the script is awful and the direction leaves a great deal to be desired. Twiggy has had much more success in TV programs such as "Tales From the Crypt", "Bodybags", and the ill-fated 1991 sitcom, "Princesses" (which was given the kiss of death by being put on Friday night!) shows what a marvelous knack she has for comedy. Don't judge Twiggy as an actress from this poorly written and directed lusterless thriller. She really is a fine actress in good material.


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