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Julia tries to keep to herself, but that's impossible given the close quarters, not to mention the keen interest of her landlady and neighbors.
The police initially suspected wrongdoing either by Ms. Berman’s landlady, her manager or some crime figures in Las Vegas, where Ms. Berman’s father had been a mobster.
Johnny Depp plays a murderous barber whose landlady (Helena Bonham Carter) makes meat pies out of his victims.
Katrina, their friend and landlady, needed the apartment for her sister-in-law and infant niece, so Win moved away, to a nondescript block of Army housing.
Dawson said there has not been a case with such notoriety in Sacramento since the 1993 trial of landlady Dorothea Puente, who eventually was convicted of three murders of her tenants in a trial that was moved to Monterey.
The first season of Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt was about Kimmy learning to trust the people around her—including her new roommate Titus (the glorious Tituss Burgess) and her landlady Lillian (Carol Kane)—enough to open that door just slightly.
Also playing out: A more sensible but similarly fated romance between Cliff’s landlady, Fräulein Schneider (Mary Gordon Murray) and Jewish fruit dealer Herr Schultz (Scott Robertson).
The restaurant incorporates two poured concrete raised beds of vegetables into its landscape for diners but also is adding more in back and in the adjacent yard of his landlady, Julia Cole, Howard says.
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