No Way to Treat a Lady 1968

No Way to Treat a Lady

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Psychopathic serial killer Christopher Gill (Rod Steiger) is obsessed with his late mother, and he targets victims who remind him of her. He dons various disguises to gain his victims' trust and always leaves his calling card, a red lipstick mark, when he's done. Christopher begins deliberately tipping off detective Morris Brummel (George Segal) on the phone, drawing the detective -- who has issues with his own overbearing mother (Eileen Heckart) -- into a game of cat and mouse.

Cast

Rod Steiger
as Christopher Gill
Lee Remick
as Kate Palmer
George Segal
as Morris Brummel
Eileen Heckart
as Mrs. Brummel
Murray Hamilton
as Inspector Haines
Martine Bartlett
as Alma Mulloy
Barbara Baxley
as Belle Poppie
Irene Dailey
as Mrs. Fitts
Doris Roberts
as Sylvia Poppie
Ruth White
as Mrs. Himmel
Val Bisoglio
as Detective Monaghan
David Doyle
as Lt. Dawson
Joey Faye
as Superintendent
Tom Aheame
as Father O'Brien
Don Blair
as Reporter
P. Jay Sidney
as Medical Examiner
Tom Ahearne
as Father O'Brien
Richard Nicholls
as Man in Sardi's
R. Bernard
as Indignant Man
John Gerstad
as Dr. Shaffer
Bill Fort
as Staff Editor
Zvee Scooler
as Old Man
Eddie Philips
as News Vendor
John Dutra
as Man with Dog
Burr Smidt
as Detective Sergeant
Linda Canby
as Teenage Girl
James Dukas
as Police Artist
Don Koll
as Detective
J. Molinski
as Himself
Tony Major
as Officer
Glenn Kezer
as Officer
Al Nesor
as Customer
Sam Coppola
as Customer
Louis Basile
as Customer
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Critic Reviews for No Way to Treat a Lady

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Audience Reviews for No Way to Treat a Lady

  • Sep 05, 2010
    This is a very strange movie, and not in a good way. Half of the time it's pretty good, though, and there are a couple of funny things that happen. The other half it's stupid and boring. This movie's just okay.
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