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Hell Hath No Fury Like A Woman...
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A vengeful widow is out to seduce the relatives of the man she blames for her husband's death. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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Cast

  (in credits order) (verified as complete)

Shannon Tweed ... Patricia Langley / Amanda Chessfield

Andrew Stevens ... Alex Weston

Kim Morgan Greene ... Marina Weston

Daniel McVicar ... Truman Langley
Michael D. Arenz ... Robey Weston

Stephen Young ... Mason Wainwright
Perla Walter ... Belle (as Perla Walters)
Ann Siena-Schwartz ... Mrs. Poe

Paul Carr ... Kramer

Ron Melendez ... Robey's Friend (as Ronald Roy Melendez)

Wil Shriner ... Detective (as Wil H. Shriner)

Robyn LeAnn Scott ... Cheryl (as Robyn Scott)
Anya Longwell ... The Woman
Teresa A. Hawkes ... Truman's Secretary
Leslie S. Sachs ... Alex's Secretary
Leslie Niles ... Receptionist
Francesca Vetrano ... Cleaning Lady

Directed by
Andrew Stevens 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Barry Avrich 
Karen Kelly  story

Produced by
Ashok Amritraj .... executive producer
Barry L. Collier .... executive producer
Karen Kelly .... associate producer
Damian Lee .... producer
Bradley J. Sherman .... associate producer
Donald A. Starr .... associate producer
Robert E. Waters .... line producer
 
Original Music by
Ronald J. Weiss 
 
Cinematography by
Christian Sebaldt 
 
Film Editing by
David Mitchell 
 
Production Design by
John Gillespie 
 
Art Direction by
Karin Liebrand 
 
Set Decoration by
Kathleen Coates 
 
Costume Design by
Penelope Francis 
 
Makeup Department
Becky Cotton .... makeup artist
Carolyn Moor .... assistant makeup artist
Beth O'Rourke .... hair stylist
Beth O'Rourke .... makeup artist
 
Production Management
Terry J. Chiappe .... post-production supervisor
Helder Goncalves .... production manager: Toronto
James A. Holt .... executive in charge of production
Barbara Javitz .... executive in charge of production
John Koth .... assistant production manager
Robert E. Waters .... production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Andrew Miller .... second assistant director (as Andrew C. Miller)
Tony Schwartz .... first assistant director
Kenny Vasquez .... second second assistant director
 
Art Department
Patrick Healy .... on-set decorator
 
Sound Department
Ryan Araki .... dialogue editor
Ryan Araki .... sound effects editor
John C. Case .... boom operator
Terry J. Chiappe .... dialogue editor
Terry J. Chiappe .... sound effects editor
Tim Chilton .... foley artist
Phil Flad .... sound effects mixer
Scott C. Kolden .... sound re-recording mixer
Mark Saunders .... dialogue editor
Mark Saunders .... sound effects editor
Joel E. Smith .... sound re-recording mixer
Garry Ulmer .... supervising sound editor
Dave Walsh .... foley recordist (as David Walsh)
Gerald B. Wolfe .... production sound mixer
 
Stunts
Cinda-Lin James .... stunts
Kurt D. Lott .... stunts
Cole S. McKay .... stunt coordinator
J. Suzanne Rampe .... stunts
Ellen G. Statham .... stunts
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Joseph Antczak .... first assistant camera
Kevin M. Beach .... electrician
Kevin M. Beach .... swing grip
Ed Bernstein .... best boy electric
Chris Cobb .... second assistant camera (as Christian Cobb)
Steve Davis .... third assistant camera
Jim Elias .... first assistant camera
Bradley E. Hatton .... key grip
William Jacobs .... electrician
Brian Kinzey .... electrician
Matthew Livingston .... grip
Karen L. Ogle .... still photographer
Douglas M. Pavone .... best boy grip (as Doug Pavone)
Richard Schmidt .... grip
Matt Seagel .... grip
Arthur D. Whitehead .... electrician (as Art Whitehead)
Mark Whitney .... gaffer
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Carrie Bauer .... set costumer
 
Editorial Department
Terry J. Chiappe .... additional film editor
Tony Mark .... assistant editor
Mato .... color timer
 
Music Department
Michelle Dygutowicz .... main title vocals
Terry Plumeri .... composer: additional music
 
Transportation Department
Joel Corso .... transportation captain
Sami Dadon .... transportation coordinator
 
Other crew
Mikki Belliveau .... assistant to producer
Wendy E. Clarke .... script supervisor
Tanya George .... location manager
Megan Knapp .... key set production assistant
Lucy Lawrence .... craft service
Vidette Schine .... production coordinator
Ania Sikorsky .... production assistant
Patricia Turcios .... production assistant
Garry Ulmer .... background effects editing
Marc Vahanian .... trainer for Mr. Stevens
 

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Rated R for strong sexuality, and for drug use, some violence and language
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100 min
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Patricia:[shows Robey a cock ring] You know what this is?
Robey Weston:No.
Patricia:Well, you're gonna find out!
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4 out of 5 people found the following review useful.
Scorned Scores, 28 September 1998
Author: Philip Corvus (ravenart@hotmail.com) from Seattle, WA

"Yes, I am afraid of you. Afraid of looking at you too long. Afraid of standing too close to you. Afraid that right now I could justify almost anything," says Alex Weston, the young yuppie patriarch of the film, making the pivotal point just before he sinks his 8 ball in Amanda's rear pocket. Although he doesn't understand it yet, his Gleem-clean, Tide-sparkling, perfectly dysfunctional American family is being methodically diced like a finger caught in a Cuisineart. The horror is in its ease. Trained by ruthless advertisers selling consumerism, the Westons are so part of the circus they don't even see the greasepaint. Amanda does them a favor, really. By bringing things to a quick boil, she diverts them from the slow burn.

Sure, this film's derivative of "Hand That Rocks The Cradle". And it's a bad copy. But that's just why it's so good. In mainstream films with solid, well-acted characterization, you spend your time in motivation and visually-drawn psychology. In "Scorned", the characters are mere sticks moved by the plot, and their symbolic import becomes quickly apparant. Tweed's such a drool, you can't take your eyes off her. And that's just the point. You chide the Weston's fixation for the proverbial carrot and call it, snobbishly, a shallow root, yet you're waiting to see what Amanda's gonna wear--or not wear--in the next scene. Figure it out, Doctor. Feels like Gotchaitis to me.

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