Manhattan Murder Mystery
Manhattan Murder Mystery ★★★ 1993 (PG)
Keaton and Allen team up again as two New Yorkers who get involved in a mystery when their neighbor dies under strange circumstances. Light, entertaining comedy steers clear of some of Allen's heavier themes and should keep audiences laughing till the end. Allen, writing with Brickman for the first time since “Annie Hall” and “Manhattan,” makes viewers fall in love with the magic of NYC all over again. 105m/C VHS, DVD . Woody Allen, Diane Keaton, Anjelica Huston, Alan Alda, Jerry Adler, Ron Rifkin, Joy Behar, Lynn Cohen, Melanie Norris, Zach Braff; D: Woody Allen; W: Marshall Brickman, Woody Allen; C: Carlo Di Palma.
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