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How to Murder Your Wife (1965) was a Comedy Film directed by Richard Quine and produced by George Axelrod and Gordon Carroll.

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How to Murder Your Wife (1965)

on Sep 18, 2015 From Journeys in Classic Film

1960s comedies are known for their rather frank discussions of romance and women. As the 1950s housewife persona slowly eroded and Women’s Lib inched along the horizon, the movies of the 1960s showed the joys and perils of the single and married man, and the burden that women could provide. Ho... Read full article


How to Murder Your Wife (1965)

By Lindsey on Feb 19, 2012 From The Motion Pictures

How to Murder Your Wife (1965): 3.5/5 I chose this film on a whim after browsing the “Classic Romantic Comedies” page on Netflix and noticing that Jack Lemmon had top billing. I’ve been trying to watch more of his films after falling in love with Bell, Book and Candle earlier this ... Read full article


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Charles Firbank: This is Mr. Ford's shower - thermostatically controlled at Mr. Ford's body temperature: ninety-eight point *seven*!


Charles Firbank: Good God. Doesn't speak English? And yet, on the other hand, if one will go around marrying persons who pop out of cakes, it's bound to be, well, rather catch as catch can, isn't it, sir?


Stanley Ford: My God, you're Italian!


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Stanley's wife is referred to as "Mrs. Ford" throughout the whole film. Her first name is not mentioned once.
Last feature of Leonard Mudie.
In the Italian version Virna Lisi's character is Greek.
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Also directed by Richard Quine




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