Right to Die (film)
|Right to Die|
Andrew H. Malcolm (articles)|
|Directed by||Paul Wendkos|
|Music by||Brad Fiedel|
|Country of origin||United States|
|Running time||90 minutes|
|Production company(s)||Ohlmeyer Communications Company|
|Original release||October 12, 1987|
Raquel Welch was nominated for a Golden Globe in 1988 for her performance as Emily Bauer, a psychologist diagnosed with Lou Gehrig's Disease who comes to desire her own death as her disease progresses. Michael Gross co-starred as her husband, Bob.
Raquel Welch later said it was one of the films of which she was most proud.
Filming took place in May–June 1987.
- "Raquel Welch Forsakes Glamour In Drama on Dying: Unglamorous Role for Welch" by LESLIE BENNETTS. New York Times 7 Oct 1987: C1.
- "A censor in 'Paradise': Raquel Welch protests CBS's taming of sex scenes in 'Trouble'" Sanello, Frank. Chicago Tribune 14 May 1989: F6
- CASTING AROUND" Modderno, Craig. Los Angeles Times 31 May 1987: L34
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