No Way to Treat a Lady (1968)
John Gay adapted William Goldman's novel for this black comedy about a New York police detective who is trying to catch a serial killer that preys on women. Rod Steiger has a field day as the murderer, a master of disguise (appearing as an Irish priest, a German plumber, a gay hairdresser, a woman) who delights in telephoning and tormenting the cop who's out to nab him.
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Critic Reviews for No Way to Treat a Lady
Steiger is fine in tricky mystery directed by Jack Smight.
A terrific mystery thriller that's both suspenseful and human. Segal is especially winning.
Amazing performance by Rod Steiger
First-class thriller with a deliciously twisty William Goldman script and a deliciously twisted murderer.
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