Mistress Phyllis Morley
|Mary Nell Santacroce||...||
|Robert V. Barron||...||
Gas Station Attendant
Doll Voice (voice)
|Tim Conway||...||(written by) &|
|John Myhers||...||(written by)|
|Lang Elliott||...||executive producer / producer|
|Patrick M. Crawford|
|Cathy Bates||...||assistant film editor|
|Dennis Brookins||...||negative cutter|
|Scott Hancock||...||assistant film editor|
|Staness Jonekos||...||post-production secretary|
|Mark Lione||...||apprentice editor|
|Jim Schurmann||...||color timer|
|Fabien D. Tordjmann||...||supervising film editor (as Fabien Tordjmann)|
|Karoly Balazs||...||hair stylist (as Karoly T. Balazs)|
|Sidney Perell||...||makeup artist (as Sid Perell)|
|Robert Dijoux||...||production manager|
|James Simons||...||second assistant director (as Jimmy Simons)|
|Douglas E. Wise||...||first assistant director (as Doug Wise)|
|Lee Berger||...||assistant property master|
|Katherine Dover||...||art department assistant|
|Beth Sheldon||...||art department assistant|
|Gary Van Fleet||...||property master|
|Lynn Wolverton-Parker||...||assistant art director (as Lynn Wolverton)|
|Jim Cook||...||re-recording mixer|
|Joe Fineman||...||supervising sound editor|
|Richard Bryce Goodman||...||sound mixer|
|Chris Jenkins||...||re-recording mixer (as Christopher Jenkins)|
|Maryte Kavaliauskas||...||boom operator|
|Anthony Magro||...||sound effects editor (as Tony Magro)|
|Rich Steven||...||sound effects editor|
|Dan Wallin||...||re-recording mixer|
|Donald L. Warner Jr.||...||sound effects editor (as Don Warner)|
|Nick Wolfe||...||sound mixer|
|Richard Albain||...||special effects (as Dick Albain)|
|Ron Hall||...||special effects|
|Don Powers||...||special effects|
|Jerry Winchell||...||special effects|
|Michael Cassidy||...||stunts (as Mike Cassidy)|
|Tommy J. Huff||...||stunts (as Tommy Huff)|
|Charlie Picerni||...||stunt coordinator (as Charley Picerni) / stunts (as Charley Picerni)|
|Gardner Doolittle||...||stunts (uncredited)|
|Scott Buttfield||...||best boy gaffer|
|Anne S. Coffey||...||first assistant camera (as Ayne Coffey)|
|Fred H. Dresch||...||electrician (as Fred Dresch)|
|Steve Dubin||...||second assistant camera|
|Robert K. Feldmann||...||electrician (as Robert Feldman)|
|Shirley Libby||...||still photographer|
|Edwin Myers||...||assistant camera (as Ed Meyers)|
|Gil Schwartz||...||key grip|
|Kenny Smith||...||dolly grip|
|Jeffrey Sudzin||...||electrician (as Jeff Sudzin)|
|Tim Suhrstedt||...||camera operator / director of photography: second unit|
|William VanDerKloot||...||assistant camera (as Bill Van Der Kloot)|
|Gary Waldman||...||assistant camera|
|John Wilson||...||animator: main title|
|Deborah Lynn Scott||...||wardrobe assistant (as Deborah Scott)|
|Jerry Whittington||...||key location scout (uncredited)|
|Allan K. Rosen||...||music editor: La Da Productions|
|Tommy Tedesco||...||musician: guitar (uncredited)|
|Emmett Burton||...||supplier: picture cars|
|Lee Elmendorf||...||driver: transcord|
|Christopher Ricker||...||transportation captain|
|Don Schisler||...||driver: insert truck (as Donald Schisler)|
|Dianne Bradley||...||production secretary|
|Michael N. Cobin||...||production accountant|
|C.W. Henderson||...||publicist (as Charley Henderson)|
|Daniel Maughon||...||craft service (as Danny Maughon)|
|Jackie Saunders||...||script supervisor|
|Samuel P. Scott||...||general partner: The Private Eyes Partners, Ltd.|
|Elaine Smith||...||production coordinator|
- New World Pictures (1981) (United States) (theatrical)
- CBS (1983) (United States) (tv)
- Hen's Tooth Video (2000) (United States) (DVD)
- Hen's Tooth Video (2000) (United States) (VHS)
- Hen's Tooth Video (2010) (United States) (Blu-ray)
- Vestron Video International (1983) (Australia) (VHS)
- Vestron Video (1983) (United States) (video) (Laserdisc)
- Vestron Video (1985) (United States) (VHS)
- Video Treasures (1990) (United States) (VHS)
- Fine Arts Films (main title)
- Sentry Dog of Asheville (sentry dog/Doberman trained by)
- Production Service Consultants (location equipment provided by)
- Production Services Atlanta (additional equipment)
- D.E.B. Film Services (negative cutting)
- La Da Productions (music editing)
- Neiman-Tillar Associates (creative sound)
- Todd-AO Studios (sound re-recording)
- Pacific Title (additional titles and optical effects)
- The North Carolina Film Commission (special thanks)
- Asheville Art Museum (special thanks)
This spoof of the Sherlock Holmes stories finds Inspector Winship and Dr. Tart investigating a strange death in a possibly haunted mansion, while dealing with the beautiful heiress and the crazed staff which live therein.
Written by Afterburner
|Taglines||Who better to solve England's most puzzling mystery than these two international crime busters? See more »|
|Parents Guide||View content advisory »|
|Also Known As||
|Trivia||A sequel was planned which would have revolved around the private eyes' attempts to find and capture the wookalar. See more »|
|Goofs||After Winship and Tart Find Justin dead, you can see that Tart's candle has a section cut out and a light bulb in it. This was done to better illuminated their faces. This same idea was used in Young Frankenstein. See more »|
|Movie Connections||Featured in The Postman Always Rings Twice/All Night Long/Galaxina/Back Roads/Private Eyes (1981). See more »|
|Crazy Credits||During the main title sequence, the cartoon version of Inspector Winship (the Don Knotts character) is blowing on a tuba when the music credit comes up. The director of photography's name appears when two flashlight beams cross. See more »|
You know, I have an idea. Whoever wrote that letter must have read about us in the newspaper.
Dr. Tart: What is it?
Inspector Winship: What's what?
Dr. Tart: The idea you have?
Inspector Winship: I just told you!
Dr. Tart: What was it?
Inspector Winship: Whoever wrote that letter must have read about us in the newspaper.
Dr. Tart: Right! Now that letter was signed 'Lord Morley'. So he must have read about us in the newspaper and called us in to solve his murder.
Inspector Winship: How could Lord Morley write us after he was already dead?
Dr. Tart: Right! You know what? Maybe whoever killed Lord Morley wrote that letter.
Inspector Winship: If you killed Lord Morley would you write to someone and ask them to find the killer?
Dr. Tart: Are you saying *I* killed Lord Morley?
Inspector Winship: (aggravated) No! I'm saying you kill me!
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