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Hell Hath No Fury is a 1991 American made-for-television thriller-drama film starring Barbara Eden and Loretta Swit about a housewife who is simultaneously framed for her husband's murder and terrorized by the deranged woman who killed him. The film was directed by Thomas J. Wright and written by Beau Bensink based on the novel Smithereens by B.W. Battin. It originally premiered on NBC Monday Night at the Movies on March 4, 1991.

Hell Hath No Fury
GenreAction
Drama
Thriller
Based onSmithereens novel by B.W. Battin
Written byBeau Bensink
Directed byThomas J. Wright
StarringBarbara Eden
Loretta Swit
David Ackroyd
Amanda Peterson
Kim Zimmer
Richard Kline
Music byJ. Peter Robinson
Country of originUnited States
Original language(s)English
Production
Executive producer(s)Sheldon Pinchuk
Bill Finnegan
Producer(s)Pat Finnegan
CinematographyFrank Beascoechea
Editor(s)Scott Eyler
Running time97 minutes
Production company(s)Bar-Gene Productions
Finnegan/Pinchuk Productions
DistributorNBC
Release
Original networkNBC
Picture formatColor
Audio formatStereo
Original releaseMarch 4, 1991

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SummaryEdit

Terri Ferguson (Eden) is a housewife married to well-known and respected businessman Stanley (Ackroyd) who also has an estranged relationship with her college aged daughter Michelle (Peterson), and she's still feeling the empty nest syndrome. Terri's perfect world is shattered when her husband is brutally murdered and thus begins a terrifying ordeal where Terri finds herself the prime suspect in her husband's murder and becomes the helpless victim of Connie Stewart (Swit), a deranged woman and ex-college rival of Terri's who is the real murderer and was Stanley's ex-lover. She blames Terri for stealing Stanley away from her years ago and plots a psychotic revenge against her. Although the police are determined to convict Terri, and with no one else to turn to, she must do battle alone against Connie.[1]

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ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Howard H. Prouty, Variety and Daily Variety Television Reviews 1991-1992, Garland Publishing, 1994

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