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Where's Marlowe? is a 1998 comedy mystery film written by Daniel Pyne and John Mankiewicz. Daniel Pyne also directed the film,[1][2] which stars Miguel Ferrer and John Livingston.

Where's Marlowe?
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Directed byDaniel Pyne
Produced byClayton Townsend
Written byJohn Mankiewicz
Daniel Pyne
StarringMiguel Ferrer
John Livingston
Music byMichael Convertino
CinematographyGreg Gardiner
Edited byLes Butler
Production
company
Sandblast
Distributed byParamount Classics
Release date
  • October 1, 1998 (1998-10-01) (Mill Valley Film Festival)
Running time
97 min.
CountryUnited States
LanguageEnglish

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PlotEdit

After making a three-hour fiasco about New York City's water supply, a two-man film crew decides to take it up a notch by documenting life in the private investigator offices of "Boone and Murphy". Cheating husbands and missing dogs fail to bring in the big bucks however, and after sleeping with the wife of one of their clients Murphy leaves. To stop Boone from having to close down the business the two film-makers must resort to a hands-on approach in the investigations to ensure the completion of their movie.

CastEdit

Miguel Ferrer – Joe Boone
John Livingston – A.J. Edison
Mos Def – Wilt Crawley
John Slattery – Kevin Murphy

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