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The untimely death of a robust upper West Side matron turns Manhattan couple Woody Allen and Diane Keaton into amateur detectives. As unlikely sleuths, the pair find themselves in some of Manhattan's best-loved locations, Elaine's, Madison Square Garden and the "21" Club. (Original Title - Manhattan Murder Mystery) © 1993 TriStar Pictures, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
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