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Harrison Fox Snr (Jack Warden) and Harrison Fox Jnr (John Rubinstein) are two of San Francisco's most successful private eyes. During a vacation in England they inadvertently become the prime suspects in a murder case, and must go on the run in the British countryside with the whole of the police force on their trail. Written by
Jonathon Dabell <J.D.@pixie.ntu.ac.uk>
This TV Movie/Series sequel was filmed and aired about a year after the original production ended on "Crazy Like a Fox", intended as a pilot in an attempt to revive interest in the series. Although ratings for the Sunday Night Movie airing were good, they were not good enough for CBS (or ether of the other networks) to reorder the series. See more »
No comments??? Okay, here's mine... While watching this, I thought, "Yuh know...some TV-movies are just as entertaining as those seen in theatres. And they cost a lot less." (I PRESUME that this was a TV-only flick; not in movie-houses. But even if seen in the latter, that would not have been ill-spent bucks.) Briefly, sixty-ish (???) detective Harry Fox is accompanying son Harry, Jr., and family, on a multi-purpose trip to England. Many events occur which Harry, Sr., wants to get to the bottom of. The film interestingly-enough shows how one thing leads to another, and, before it's over, we realize that Harry, Sr.'s, curiosity extends to international affairs. OK as a rental. Questionable as a purchase.
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