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Black Widower (2006)

True story of a charming, popular American who managed to kill his mother and 3 wives before anyone even suspected him.

Director:

Christopher Leitch

Writer:

Benita Garvin
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Kelly McGillis ... Nancy Westveld
David Lipper ... Eddy Amos
Francis X. McCarthy ... Patrick Henahan
Lori Hallier ... Marie Wagner
Charles Edwin Powell ... Bob Agacinski (as Charles Powell)
Sandra Caldwell ... Phylis
William S. Taylor ... Judge Collins
Peter Bryant ... Michell
Bjanka Murgel ... Bobbie Wagner-Amos
Anne Lishman Anne Lishman ... Sherri Woods
Caroline Redekopp ... Mary Zellinger
Anna Jaeger Anna Jaeger ... Ruth Loftus
Anna-Marie Frances Lea Anna-Marie Frances Lea ... Melanie Frame
Kevin Woodhouse ... Tim Owens
Brent Donnelly ... A.P.D. Det. Mike Williams
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True story of a charming, popular American who managed to kill his mother and 3 wives before anyone even suspected him.

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Drama | Thriller

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In the beginning when Bobbie changes into her dress she's wearing black underwear. But when she's in the hotel room afterwards and takes off of the dress she's now wearing purple underwear. See more »

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A very untrue story about real people
6 April 2006 | by freekeffectSee all my reviews

As a person closer to this story than I care to divulge, I can say that this movie is hardly a true story. Ed Amos did kill 4 people (at least) and is serving a life sentence. However, the movie itself makes a mockery of the real people involved and it makes me sick to my stomach that the producers of this movie would claim it to be based on a true story. Not because it is not "based" on a true story, but because by labeling it as such, every single person who watches this movie and does not have access to the real story will assume every moment of it to have actually taken place. The reality is that it is a nearly entirely fictional film that uses the names of actual people. Not a single interview was conducted before production . That said, I do not know what else I could have expected from the Lifetime network. Families of the deceased deserved better.


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Official Sites:

Lifetime TV

Country:

Canada | USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

27 March 2006 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

O Viúvo Negro See more »

Filming Locations:

Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

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