See No Evil, Hear No Evil
Wally (Richard Pryor) is blind. Dave (Gene Wilder) is deaf. When
Wally goes to work at Dave's New York newsstand, they find
themselves in an unusual and dangerous situation when a man is
murdered right in front of them. Unfortunately, Dave has his back
turned, and Wally can't see! As fate would have it, they become
suspects, and the bad guys will stop at nothing to stop them from
blowing the lid off the case. Director Arthur Hiller once again
reunites the formidable comic presences of Pryor and Wilder, who
starred in his 1976 film SILVER STREAK.
Filmmaker Arthur Hiller previously directed
Richard Pryor and Gene Wilder together in 1976's "Silver
Color by Technicolor.
Several years after their smash hits "Silver
Streak" and "Stir Crazy," Richard Pryor and Gene
Wilder reunited for this slapstick thriller.
On the day that blind Wally takes a job for deaf Dave, they both
"witness" a murder: one catches the scent of the killer's
perfume, and the other gets a fleeting look at her. Soon these two
handicapped -- but proud -- men form an unlikely partnership to
clear their names, catch the culprit, and retrieve a precious gold
Because of their respective disabilities, however, it will be
anything but a conventional investigation.
"...[Wilder and Pryor] have never worked
better together....It would be difficult to imagine a more benign or
entertaining mass-market movie..."
"...[A] brisk, ingenious and funny
Dolby Digital 2.0- English
Dolby Digital 2.0- French
Additional Release Material:
1. Original Theatrical
2. MONEY TRAIN
3. BAD BOYS
4. BLUE STREAK