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Little Murders (9-Feb-1971)

Director: Alan Arkin

Writer: Jules Feiffer

From a play: Little Murders by Jules Feiffer

Keywords: Dark Comedy, New York

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Alan Arkin
26-Mar-1934   Catch 22
Vincent Gardenia
7-Jan-1922 9-Dec-1992 Cher's father in Moonstruck
Elliott Gould
29-Aug-1938   Trapper John in M*A*S*H film
Lou Jacobi
28-Dec-1913 23-Oct-2009 Avalon
John Randolph
1-Jun-1915 24-Feb-2004 Prizzi's Honor
Doris Roberts
4-Nov-1925 17-Apr-2016 Marie on Everybody Loves Raymond
Marcia Rodd
8-Jul-1940   Claudia Zimmer on The Four Seasons
Donald Sutherland
17-Jul-1935   The Dirty Dozen
Elizabeth Wilson
4-Apr-1921 9-May-2015 The Graduate


Elliott Gould   ...   Alfred Chamberlain
Marcia Rodd   ...   Patsy Newquist
Vincent Gardenia   ...   Mr. Newquist
Elizabeth Wilson   ...   Mrs. Newquist
Jon Korkes   ...   Kenny Newquist
John Randolph   ...   Mr. Chamberlain
Doris Roberts   ...   Mrs. Chamberlain
Lou Jacobi   ...   Judge Stern
Donald Sutherland   ...   Rev. Dupas
Alan Arkin   ...   Lt. Practice


Review by Heng (posted on 15-Aug-2007)

The best movie ever made, IMNSHO. This movie succeeds in spanning the range from a serious, critical view at society to screwball comedy without ever feeling stupid or inappropriate. Amazing story by Jules Feiffer, flawless directing by Alan Arkin and incredible performances by all actors (Elliott Gould, Marcia Rodd, Vincent Gardenia, Elizabeth Wilson, Donald Sutherland (I don't know, why he didn't get an Academy Award for this), Lou Jacobi, Alan Arkin...) Seriously, watch it!

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