Frank Keller is a New York detective investigating a case of a serial killer who finds the victims through the lonely hearts column in newspapers. Keller falls in love with Helen, the main suspect in the case. Written by
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In search of a killer, he found someone who's either the love of his life... or the end of it.
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Did You Know?
There are two renditions of the 1950s song "Sea of Love" heard in the movie. This included the original 1959 recording performed by Phil Phillips
with the Twilights and a then new 1980s end title version performed by Tom Waits
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Al Pacino's character's name is Frank Keller, yet when he is in Helen's apartment and sees his singles ad on her fridge, it clearly says "Frank Kellog". See more
So the emcee asks, "What's the most romantic place you've ever made love to your wife?" And this guy's thinking, he's got a brain like a pea, but he's thinking, and he says, "In the butt!"
Referenced in Sea of Lust
A Man Could Get Killed
Music by Bert Kaempfert See more