Fletch is a reporter for a Los Angeles newspaper, but he acts more like a detective. When an obscure relative leaves him a Louisiana mansion in his will, Fletch is naturally curious. Arriving in Louisiana, events occur that make him suspect that all is not well, and there is more to the property than he has been led to believe. Written by
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When there's more trouble than one man can handle...there's more than one man for the job.
Did You Know?
Although credited as "Gillet" in part one, George Wyner
's character is not referred to as Gillet until this film. In part one, Fletch called him Mr. Arnold T. Pants, Esq., although not to his face, and therefore is simply taken as another wisecrack from Fletch. See more
When Fletch pulls over at Becky's office he uses a parking meter to stop. You can clearly see that the parking meter is already cut to break away easier, and does so when he hits it. See more
Our families go back for hundreds of years - your great-grandparents owned my great-grandparents and that's how it all started.
You ever heard of the Emancipation Proclamation?
Well I heard something about it, but I don't recall exactly. It didn't get too much publicity around these here parts.
References Twilight Zone