A Slight Case Of Murder

"Excellent"

A Slight Case Of Murder Review


TNT continues to prove itself as a powerhouse of made-for-TV filmmaking. This modern noir, with Macy as a put-upon film critic who accidentally kills one of his girlfriends and tries to cover it up, is relentlessly entertaining. I could do without the commercials every eight minutes, though. William H. Macy co-wrote the script.


A Slight Case Of Murder

Facts and Figures

Run time: 85 mins

In Theaters: Saturday 5th March 1938

Distributed by: Warner Home Video

Production compaines: Firebrand Productions, Turner Network Television (TNT)

Reviews

Contactmusic.com: 4 / 5

IMDB: 7.2 / 10

Cast & Crew

Starring: William H. Macy as Terry Thorpe, as Detective Fred Stapelli, as Kit Wannamaker, as John Edgarson, as Patricia Stapelli, James Pickens Jr. as Detective Larry Gray, as John Brant, as Cabby


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