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There Once Was a Man from Pawtucket

Posted on: June 6, 2001 | Views: 34 | Comment

Wry and very funny seniors black comedy in which a highly talkative wife doesn't notice that her husband has been deceased for some time but finally wises up--to her delight. Superb, dry performance by Mary Klug as Sherry Wingtight, the befuddled wife.

New from Fred and Ted Entertainment.

Sherry Wingtight is a Rhode Island housewife so preoccupied with clipping coupons that she hasn't realized that her husband has been virtually dead for five years—a victim of a little understood medical condition known as Ambulatory Mortosis.  

Tags:
dry comedy • black comedy • medical spoof • wry comedy • mary klug • old folks • death spoof • mockumentary • tongue-in-cheek comedy • romald reagan • medical paorody • medical satire • seniors film • seniors comedy • Keith Richards