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The Last of Sheila

By Bill Desowitz

This is one of the great underrated films of the Super70s: a bitchy Hollywood whodunit and a clever parlor game (cowritten by Anthony Perkins and Broadway composer Stephen Sondheim). Several celebrity chums are invited aboard prankster James Coburn's yacht for a cruel game of "guess the deep, dark secret." Everyone has one; but naturally some are more wicked than others. Richard Benjamin, James Mason, Dyan Cannon, Joan Hackett, Raquel Welch, and Ian McShane are the odd cast of participants. However, the stakes are unexpectedly raised when murder gets added to the not-so-fun agenda. Plenty of inside jokes and red herrings in this nasty and unforgettable film. It's just what you'd expect from the twisted minds of Perkins and Sondheim.

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Director: Herbert Ross

Stars: Dyan Cannon, James Coburn, Richard Benjamin, Raquel Welch, Joan Hackett, James Mason

Released: June 14, 1973

Availability: VHS


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