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What's your favorite film by Richard Quine?

Drive a Crooked Road
1 (6.3%)
Pushover
2 (12.5%)
My Sister Eileen
1 (6.3%)
The Solid Gold Cadillac
1 (6.3%)
Full of Life
0 (0%)
Operation Mad Ball
0 (0%)
Bell Book and Candle
2 (12.5%)
It Happened to Jane
0 (0%)
Strangers When We Meet
1 (6.3%)
The World of Suzie Wong
0 (0%)
The Notorious Landlady
0 (0%)
Paris - When It Sizzles
0 (0%)
Sex and the Single Girl
0 (0%)
How to Murder Your Wife
0 (0%)
Hotel
0 (0%)
Oh Dad, Poor Dad, Mama's Hung You in the Closet and I'm Feeling So Sad
0 (0%)
The Moonshine War
0 (0%)
The Prisoner of Zenda
0 (0%)
other
0 (0%)
haven't seen any
7 (43.8%)
don't like any
1 (6.3%)

Total Members Voted: 15

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Re: Quine, Richard
« Reply #20 on: May 13, 2022, 06:44:52 PM »
Strangers When We Meet (1960)
Kent Smith returns to architecture!



How to Murder Your Wife (1965)
★ ★
Despite the title, this isnít AS sexist as the previous two films. A surprise supporting performance by Claire Trevor and an innocuous one by Jack Lemmon in the lead role see to that. Itís also not funnyÖ like ever. Sometimes wild and sometimes timid, itís a film that just exists.

Somewhere, on an old DVR, I have the first three minutes of this recorded. I love that theme by Neal Hefti.
My TV ain't HD / that's too real

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