The Sister-in-Law

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The Sister-in-Law
The Sister-in-Law.jpg
Theatrical poster to The Sister-in-Law
Directed by Joseph Ruben
Produced by Joseph Ruben
Jonathan Noah Krivine
Written by Joseph Ruben
Starring John Savage
Will MacMillan
Anne Saxon
Music by John Savage
Cinematography Bruce G. Sparks
Edited by George Bowers
Distributed by Crown International Pictures
Release date
  • 1974 (1974)
Running time
85 minutes
Country United States
Language English

The Sister-in-Law is a 1974 film written and directed by Joseph Ruben. The film was his directorial debut and was shot in New York City.[1] The film received an R rating from the MPAA.[2]

Taglines[edit]

"She Helped Her Husband Destroy His Brother By The Most Immoral Act Imaginable"

"She Kept It All In The Family!"

Plot[edit]

Robert Strong (John Savage), a singer-songwriter who has been traveling the country, makes a mistake when he goes to visit his brother, Edward (Will MacMillan), and gets involved with his bored sister-in-law, Joanna (Anne Saxon).

Robert and his girlfriend, Deborah Holt (Meridith Baer), try to help his brother and sister-in-law get away from working as a drug mule.

It may or may not be a mistake, which they will not live to regret.[3]

Principal cast[edit]

Actor Role
John Savage Robert Strong
Will MacMillan Edward Strong
Anne Saxon Joanna Strong
Meridith Baer Deborah Holt
Frank Scioscia Benjo

Home Media[edit]

Like other films distributed by Crown International Pictures, The Sister-in-Law is readily available through VOD and often included in DVD collections of similar films from the 1970s such as The Pom Pom Girls and Blue Money, through Mill Creek Entertainment and other companies.[4]

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