Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Love and Curses...And All That Jazz is a made-for-TV effort starring Gerald McRaney (who also directed) and his wife Delta Burke. The stars portray married MDs, who head to New Orleans to renew their vows (true Southerners both, they don't feel that their Northern wedding ceremony "took"). Upon arriving in Mardi Gras land, the couple becomes involved in a murder case tied in with a voodoo curse. If the film resembles the Thin Man movies of old, that was McRaney and Burke's avowed intention. Elizabeth Ashley also stars in this amiable vanity production. Filmed on location, Love and Curses...And All That Jazz premiered on September 21, 1991.
couple, doctor, psychology, Southerner, blackmail, catatonic, curse, investigation, murder, voodoo, woman