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Jim is a convicted marijuana dealer, who is being pressured by the system to turn State's Evidence. He is accidentally freed from custody by a car crash, is shot & on the run. Kathy is ... See full summary »
Julius Vrooder returns from the Vietnam War, pretending to be crazy to cope with the world which lands him in a VA hospital. He locates a tunnel where he creates a bunker existence complete... See full summary »
Chronicles the Career of University of New Mexico Track Star John Baker, who later became an Elementary school teacher and Track Coach. His career was tragically cut short from Cancer ... See full summary »
Allyn Ann McLerie,
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Louis Gossett Jr.
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The desperate love affair between a young Samoan chief and an American painter, against the will of her father. Amid this man-made tension comes a hurricane so devastating, the lives of the lovers and the entire island are imperiled.
The fictional suburban community of Appleton is turned upside down thanks to Harvey McGraw, an annoying census taker who's in charge of checking the neighborhood's population. When Harvey visits George and Martha Dade, they reluctantly invite him in, but when the questionnaire turns too personal for the couple, they accidentally shoot him in the forehead. They are then forced to hide his body from their company, Martha's sister Eva and her husband Pete, a former detective. When he discovers Harvey's body in the kitchen closet, a bright future is very unlikely for George and Martha.Written by
Kyle J. McElravy
During the final census tally on the screen before the end credits, a man can be heard saying "Is it recording?" meaning is the music being recorded during the session. See more »
In the close-up shot of George and Pete's lifeless bodies, Timothy Bottoms can be seen breathing. See more »
The cast names and the technical credits are "typed" onto the screen during the opening scene. See more »
The Trans World Entertainment VHS release was called HUSBANDS, WIVES, MONEY, AND MURDER with a video-generated title card over the Argentum Productions logo and its original title. Plus the opening credits were yellow/gold than its original white. See more »
This obscure 1984 comedy works thanks to Garrett Morris' performance as intrusive census taker Harvey McGraw, who disrupts a quiet dinner for a suburban couple. the Dades (real-life couple Greg Mullavey and Meredith MacRae) and their smart-mouth teenage kids Robert and George III. When their sons go out for the evening, the questionnaire McGraw conducts turns personal and the enraged couple shoot him dead. They must hide the body from their arriving company, Pete (a local detective) and his wife Eva.
Though there's not really any laugh-out-loud moments to be had, there's several unique plot twists throughout the movie. No clue if this film was ever released theatrically, though it was issued on VHS under the more appropriate title Husbands, Wives, Money & Murder.
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