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How to Murder Your Wife  (1965)

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  |  Color  |  118 Minutes
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The movie How to Murder Your Wife, released in 1965 and directed by Richard Quine with Harry Stradling Sr. as cinematographer and editing by David Wages.
Directed by | Richard Quine
Cinematography by | Harry Stradling Sr.
Edited by | David Wages
Written by | George Axelrod
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Country | USA
Language | English, Italian
Genres | Comedy

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Stanley Ford
Mrs. Ford
Harold Lampson
Judge Blackstone
Tobey Rawlins
Dr. Bentley
Harold's Secretary
District Attorney
Club Member In Steam Room
Construction Worker
Club Member In Steam Room
Club Member In Steam Room / Party Guest
Men's Club Manager
The Trial Judge
Bald Actor Playing Thug
Party Girl
Club Member
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Trial Spectator
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Bachelor Party Guest
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Trial Spectator
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Trial Spectator
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Hair Stylist
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