Who Is Killing the Great Chefs of Europe? (Too Many Chefs) (1978)
Max (Robert Morley) is a wealthy, world-class conoisseur of fine food, who cannot stop himself from eating when the food is first-class. His doctor has given him stern warnings that he must lose over one hundred pounds, or he will die of heart failure. The presence of so many four-star chefs in Europe is a hazard for him. When many of these same chefs are found murdered in inventive ways, each related to the chef's specialty, it begins to appear that Max is the prime suspect in their deaths. Meanwhile, the ex-wife (Jaqueline Bisset) of a fast-food tycoon (George Segal) has earned the right to cook the dessert course at a dinner billed as "the world's most fabulous meal." Despite their profound disagreements, he is worried that she will be one of the murderer's victims.This film, which was loved by some critics and hated by others, is based on the best-selling novel Someone is Killing the Great Chefs of Europe by Nan and Ivan Lyons. ~ Clarke Fountain, Rovi … More
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Critic Reviews for Who Is Killing the Great Chefs of Europe? (Too Many Chefs)
Slick comedy whodunit with George Segal and Jacqueline Bisset.
A broad and silly mystery spoof periodically salvaged by an ensemble cast.
Time has been kind to this fairly inconsequential comedy/mystery -- kinder than time has been the movie theory of relativity.
Sort of fun murdery farce. I had an okay time with it.
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