The Lady in Question

Overview

Gene Wilder wrote and starred in this detective story produced for the A&E cable television network. Set in 1938, Wilder plays Larry "Cash" Carter, a one-time Broadway theatrical director who has moved to a quiet Connecticut town, where he oversees a community theater group and works as a private investigator. When a local philanthropist with strong anti-Nazi sentiments is murdered, the police ask Cash to help them track down the killer. Cash discovers his little town isn't as quiet as he imagined, with ...
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Overview

Gene Wilder wrote and starred in this detective story produced for the A&E cable television network. Set in 1938, Wilder plays Larry "Cash" Carter, a one-time Broadway theatrical director who has moved to a quiet Connecticut town, where he oversees a community theater group and works as a private investigator. When a local philanthropist with strong anti-Nazi sentiments is murdered, the police ask Cash to help them track down the killer. Cash discovers his little town isn't as quiet as he imagined, with nefarious servants, devious relatives, and an Axis agent all figuring into the deadly puzzle before he can determine the killer's identity. The Lady in Question was the second in a projected series of made-for-cable "Cash" Carter mysteries written by Wilder; the character was introduced in the first film, 1999's Murder in a Small Town.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 1/25/2000
  • UPC: 733961176063
  • Original Release: 1999
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  • Source: A&E Home Video
  • Format: VHS

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Gene Wilder Larry "Cash" Carter
Mike Starr Tony Rossini
Cherry Jones Mimi Barnes
Barbara Sukowa Rachel Singer
Claire Bloom Emma Sachs
Michael Cumpsty Gruber/Wheeler
Dixie Seatle Gertie Moser
John Benjamin Hickey Paul Kessler
Roman Podhora Det. Nicky Tarzia
Kate Trotter
Jank Azman
Damon Redfern
Technical Credits
Joyce Chopra Director
Angelo Corrao Editor
Franco DeCotiis Production Designer
Nic Ede Costumes/Costume Designer
Stan Margulies Producer
Craig McNeil Producer
John Morris Score Composer
Steven Paul Producer
Antony Root Executive Producer
Bruce Surtees Cinematographer
Todd Thaler Casting
Clare Walker Casting
Gene Wilder Screenwriter
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