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Eight on the Lam (1967)

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Eight On The Lam is a good example of a fine cast that can do nothing to help a weak script. Bank teller Henry Dimsdale (Bob Hope) takes off with his housekeeper Golda (Phyllis Diller) and his seven children after being accused of embezzlement. Jasper Lynch (Jonathan Winters) is called in to track down Dimsdale and the missing money. Austin Willis plays Henry's scheming boss Mr. Pomeroy. Five different screenwriters are responsible for this mess that is the worst of the hopelessly unfunny Hope comedies of the 1960s.
Rating:
NR
Genre:
Classics , Comedy
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Written By:
In Theaters:
 wide
Runtime:
Studio:
United Artists

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Cast

Bob Hope
as Henry Dimsdale
Jonathan Winters
as Police Sgt. Jasper Lynch / Mother Lynch
Shirley Eaton
as Ellie Barton
Jill St. John
as Monica Day
Kevin Brodie
as Steve Dimsdale
Kevin Brody
as Steve
Glenn Gilger
as Andy Dimsdale
Avis Hope
as Dana Dimsdale
Debi Storm
as Lois Dimsdale
Michael Freeman
as Mark Dimsdale
Austin Willis
as Mr. Pomeroy
Peter Leeds
as Marty
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