The Magnificent Two (1967)

The Magnificent Two


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British comedy duo Eric Morecambe and Ernie Wise make the movie from the small screen to the silver screen with this zany tale of two traveling salesmen swept up in a South American revolution. Eric and Ernie are eager to test their salesmen skills in a new setting, but upon arriving in South America it quickly becomes apparent that the continent and its people are in a serious state of duress. Now, in order to save both of their necks, Morecambe assumes the role of a dead revolutionary's son. … More

Rating: Unrated
Genre: Classics, Comedy
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On DVD: May 24, 2005



as Ernie

as British Ambassador

as Juanita

as President Diaz

as President's Children

as Armandez

as Drunk Soldier
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Abysmally unfunny romp that effectively ended Morecambe and Wise's attempt at a screen career.

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