The Last of Sheila

The Last of Sheila

The Last of Sheila

A multimillionaire invites friends to spend a week on his yacht to play a seemingly innocent mystery game, only for things to turn far too real in this 1973 whodunnit.

1973120 minsUSA
CrimeMystery
Director:
Herbert Ross ('The Turning Point', 'The Goodbye Girl', 'Goodbye, Mr. Chips')
Writer:
Anthony PerkinsStephen Sondheim
Cast:
Richard BenjaminDyan CannonJames CoburnJoan Hackett
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The New York Times

The New York Times

press

Most colorful is Dyan Cannon who plays the talent agent for all that the wisecracks are worth ("My mouth is so dry they could shoot 'Lawrence of Arabia' in it" or "I hate my luggage more than life itself"). It's not wit, but it's funny, and she gives a very good, very comic performance.

Roger Ebert

Roger Ebert

press

The performances are sharp-edged and mean, and very good, especially Dyan Cannon as the agent.

The New York Times

The New York Times

press

Most colorful is Dyan Cannon who plays the talent agent for all that the wisecracks are worth ("My mouth is so dry they could shoot 'Lawrence of Arabia' in it" or "I hate my luggage more than life itself"). It's not wit, but it's funny, and she gives a very good, very comic performance.

Roger Ebert

Roger Ebert

press

The performances are sharp-edged and mean, and very good, especially Dyan Cannon as the agent.

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