Who is Killing the Great Chefs of Europe? (Region 1 DVD)

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Description

Morley plays an acerbic gourmet magazine publisher whose series of chins and stomachs bear witness to his love of fine dining. When doctors order him to give up his favorite dishes - one by one the chefs who create those specialty dishes are slain.

Product Details

Barcode
883316182369
Department
Movies & TV
Released
7 Jul 2009
Type
Movies
Format
DVD
Genre
Comedy
Sub-genre
Mystery & Thrillers
Region
Region 1
Studio
Warner Archives
Runtime
112 min
Age Restriction
PG
Supply Source
USA

Movie

Title
Who Is Killing the Great Chefs of Europe?
Release Year
1978
Running Time
112 min
Categories
Comedies / Murder / Mystery / Spoof / Theatrical Release / Thriller
Ratings
IMDb
6.5
Rotten Tomatoes®
70% 73%
Synopsis
A campy mystery with a continental flavor has the greatest chefs of Europe dying in the manner of their most famous entrees.
Notes
UK title: "Too Many Chefs."

Co-produced by the Aldrich Company (USA) and Geria Productions (West Germany).

Shot on location, mostly in London, Paris and Venice. Color by Metrocolor.

Shown at the Toronto Festival of Festivals September 16, 1978.

Released theatrically in the USA October 6, 1978.
Release Notes
DVD Features:
  • Region [unknown]
  • Widescreen
Audio:
  • English
Poster
Poster for Who Is Killing the Great Chefs of Europe?
Cast & Crew
Director
Ted Kotcheff
Star
Joss Ackland / Tim Barlow / Jacqueline Bisset / Jean-Pierre Cassel / Daniel Emilfork / Stefano Satta Flores / Jean Gaven / John Le Mesurier / Robert Morley / Philippe Noiret / Jean Rochefort / Peter Sallis / George Segal
Composer
Henry Mancini
Executive Producer
Merv Adelson / Lee Rich
Producer
Merv Adelson / William Aldrich
Editor
Thom Noble
Costume Designer
Judy Moorcroft
Cinematographer
John Alcott
Writer
Peter Stone
Movie Critics
Variety
"...It's a fast-moving, witty film, beautifully cast with a large group of international professionals....A funny film and, at the same time, an engrossing one..."
Robe. (20 Sep 1978, )