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After the box-office success of Stir Crazy (1980), which had been Gene Wilder and Richard Pryors' last movie together, they and the film's director Sidney Poitier were meant to re-team for Hanky Panky (1982). It was suppose to be another Wilder/Pryor teaming, but Pryor didn't do the film. According to 'DVD Verdict', "For some reason, Pryor backed out and his part was rewritten into a female lead, for...Gilda Radner". As such, Pryor and Wilder would not re-team for nine years, until See No Evil, Hear No Evil (1989). See more »
Wally and Dave's ice cream cones at the end. See more »
And then one day, my wife turned into this remarkable creature that could sit on the end of a broom stick and take off. She could actually achieve flight.
I think I was married to that woman once.
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Not quite as good as Silver Streak and Stir Crazy but this Gene Wilder & Richard Pryor outing never fails in putting a big smile on my face.Seen it loads of times now and it's as funny as the first time, brilliant stuff.
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