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Chris the CandyFanMan
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I'm watching it right now. In turns of pure humor, this is the funniest Wilder-Pryor team-up, and makes you wish they'd done so much more together. And despite the blind/deaf humor, the characters do come off sympathetic. Among the best moments:

-the "Who's on First?" routine with Wilder's mugshot
-Wilder's panic over getting a "men's rea," or however it's actually spelled
-our heroes attempt to drive out of New York
-Pryor's ridiculous Swedish accent when he's posing as the doctor, and how he basically wings the whole conference
-Alan North demanding they come out of the motel room immediately, prompting every single guest at the motel to stop their illicit activities and surrender
-Pryor's "duel" with the blind villain

and so, so much more.

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Lovers with Cassie
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Does anybody remember, much less read, the Rewind review for "See No Evil, Hear No Evil"?

http://www.fast-rewind.com/seenoevilhearnoevil.htm

I once saw this on television.

And with regards to John Edward Kilduff, why doesn't he come back to the Rewind? After all, he seemed to be a nice bloke.

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Logan 5
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'The Rocksteady Flamethrower'. If I recall correctly he felt that he was rubbing people up the wrong way, so he withdrew. I seem to recall he was a nice guy, and nothing he said ever seemed aggressive or nasty. But there was a lot more arguing on The Rewind at the time, and maybe he felt he was contributing to the negativity.
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oneyedwilly
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what a classic! Typical wilder humor. This movie made me laugh so much...stamping his feet in handcuffs along the sidewalk so pryor could hear him was one of the funniest things i think iv seen on film.
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