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Mary Stuart Masterson
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A somewhat daffy book editor on a rail trip from Los Angeles to Chicago thinks that he sees a murdered man thrown from the train. When he can find no one who will believe him, he starts doing some investigating of his own. But all that accomplishes is to get the killer after him. Written by
When Grover is crashing the stolen sheriff's car through the police barricade, long shots clearly show the stunt driver (as Grover) wearing silver-rimmed dark sunglasses. Yet, when they cut to Grover behind the wheel inside the car, he is not wearing them. See more »
[a cop is about to give Grover Muldoon a ride]
Where would you like to go, fella?
Well - I left my Jag in Kansas City.
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I see Silver Streak as a mild Hitchcock parody that is a nice little blend of comedy and mystery.Gene Wilder,while not at his absolute best,impresses nonetheless here.Jill Clayburgh is credible as the love interest.Yes it is the first film in which Wilder teamed with Richard Pryor,yet Wilder and Pryor are only together for a small percentage of the overall film.The film,though,has a strong enough foundation in terms of story and performances to where Pryor and Wilder do not really need to be together throughout.In fact,this is their best teaming ever despite that fact.To top it all off,the ending is a rather exciting one.A definite worthwhile watch.
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