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Angel Ramirez Jr.
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Mary Stuart Masterson
An American grandson of the infamous scientist, struggling to prove that his grandfather was not as insane as people believe, is invited to Transylvania, where he discovers the process that reanimates a dead body.
A man is murdered. Two men witness it. A blind man who hears the killer, and a deaf man who sees them. The police don't think they're credible witnesses, but the killers don't want to take any chances. The two men must now work together to save themselves and bring the killers to justice.Written by
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After the box-office success of Stir Crazy (1980), Richard Pryor, Gene Wilder and Director Sidney Poitier were meant to re-team for Hanky Panky (1982). Ultimately, only Poitier and Wilder did. Pryor dropped out for unknown reasons, and his part was re-written for a female lead. That female lead ended up being played by Gilda Radner, the woman who was Gene's third wife. See more »
Wally and Dave's ice cream cones at the end. See more »
Stop right there or I'll throw this knife through your head! I mean it! I'll throw your brains out!
Cop with Bullhorn:
That's more like it! Now put your hand up!
Cop with Bullhorn:
Put your hands in the air!
Oh, so you do speak English!
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In the original version, when Dave (Gene Wilder) impersonates a psychiatrist and asks Wally (Richard Pryor) to tell him the first thing he thinks of, Wally shouts "PUSSY!" In the television version, this is changed to "PASTA!" See more »
Not Wilder or Pryor's Finest Work but Has Its Moments,
See No Evil,Hear No Evil is a decent movie with a mediocre storyline but a good comedic cast.I always like seeing Richard Pryor and Gene Wilder on screen together,the two always have great chemistry on screen and are clearly great friends,this movie is no exception,but it's just not the best movie either of them has done.I really enjoyed Pryor's performance,he did a great job pretending to be blind,he always looked straight ahead and was very convincing.I also appreciated Joan Severance and Kevin Spacey,Severance is very funny and attractive,and this is one of the first films Spacey has ever starred in,it's certainly not his finest performance,but he played his character well and this movie started off a great career for this man.See No Evil,Hear No Evil is worth the watch if it is on TV,it's short and has its some moments that are quite funny,but it's nothing outstanding.
Two friends,one blind and one deaf,go on the run to clear their names when they become murder suspects.
Best Performance: Richard Pryor
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