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When Husbands Cheat (1998)

After a woman helps prove her brother-in-law is cheating, she begins to work as a private investigator, but when she starts to suspect her husband is having an affair, she has to decide if ... See full summary »

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Tess McCall
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Craig McCall
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Sally
Gina Clayton ...
Denise
William Greenblatt
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Sophie
Bobby Johnston ...
Bobby
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Brett
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Peter Fisher
Rhonda Roberts ...
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Karl Pruner ...
Dennis Bell
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Sid, I Spy Saleswoman (as Elizabeth Brown)
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After a woman helps prove her brother-in-law is cheating, she begins to work as a private investigator, but when she starts to suspect her husband is having an affair, she has to decide if she should follow her instincts or chalk it up to paranoia. Written by Kim

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2 February 1998 (USA)  »

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Beyond the Blue Horizon
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Music by Richard A. Whiting and W. Franke Harling
Lyrics by Leo Robin
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Right or Wrong I don't know, but telling friends they are being cheated on is too hard. This movie is a great way to get people thinking on their own.
18 November 2004 | by See all my reviews

I think this was a great movie. If I could buy this movie, it would make a great gift for a person that is oblivious to the fact she is being cheated on by her husband. The movie was good and could really make wives think about things at home. Things are not always as they seem and sometimes people wear blinders. I think this movie removes them. It is really hard to tell someone they are being cheated on. This gives them a way to find out on their own.

Most people already have that idea, but this movie gives them ideas and ways to confirm what they are thinking. This movie has great do it yourself investigation ideas.

I would recommend all married women watch this movie and watch for the waring signs.


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