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First off there's Montgomery's supporting cast, especially David Clennon as one of her boyfriends, Grace Zabriskie as her best friend, and Bruce McGill as a police detective. Then there's Liz as this real-life cold-blooded killer. Altho she looks pretty good here with her beautiful, long neck and bright eyes, her character is miles away from Samantha on "Bewitched". She seems to have absolutely zero conscience except maybe when she's hanging out with her gal-pal. I know Liz liked playing character roles but I prefer her in flicks like Second Sight & Lizzie Borden. At least you could sympathize with the latter real-life lady. I'm glad she got to end her career playing Edna Buchanan, not Ms Moore.
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