See No Evil, Hear No Evil (1989)
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Richard Pryor and Gene Wilder appear as two handicapped guys--one of them is blind and the other's deaf--who become suspects in a murder which occurred in their midst. They continue to be involved as the real murderer(ess?) bails them from jail, but then pursues them, thinking they have possession of a valuable item.
|Rating:||R (adult situations/language, violence)|
|Genre:||Action & Adventure, Mystery & Suspense, Comedy|
|Directed By:||Arthur Hiller|
|Written By:||Andrew Kurtzman, Eliot Wald, Arne Sultan, Marvin Worth, Earl Barret|
|In Theaters:||May 12, 1989 Wide|
|On DVD:||Oct 30, 2001|
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Critic Reviews for See No Evil, Hear No Evil
How the mighty have fallen!
Audience Reviews for See No Evil, Hear No Evil
Not the best film ever, have a lot of mistakes, but still, See No Evil, Hear No Evil, is a funny and entretaining comedy. Fresh.
Hilarious movie about a guy who is blind and a guy who is deaf who are accused of murder. Good plot and cast.
Wilder and Pryor's last film together, but they were still hilarious together, they made an excellent team. If you like them, you should see this movie.
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