The Private Eyes ()

directed by Lang Elliott
featuring Tim Conway, Don Knotts, Trisha Noble, Bernard Fox, Grace Zabriskie

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Tim Conway and Don Knotts play two bumbling Scotland Yard investigators out to solve a double murder in this silly send-up of vintage, "old dark house" films. The intrepid Winship (Knotts) and his assistant Tart (Conway) arrive at a Gothic mansion occupied by the grieving heiress Phyllis (Tricia Noble), whose parents have just perished under suspicious circumstances. Meanwhile, a quirky crew of servants ranging from a butler with serious rage issues to a samurai warrior cook and busty maid with a bubbly personality all ...

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Marlimist

Sep 14, 2008

Just too funny!!

This movie is so funny I just had to see it again, and again. When it came out 27 years ago, I saw it at a drive-in. I was nine months pregnant and laughed so hard I went into labor. It was the best night of my life! When they go out looking around at night, and come across a guy obviously digging a grave, they ask him what he is digging. "For worms" is the ridiculous answer. I laughed and laughed! Then they hear this blood curdling scream and say, "He must have found some worms." I laughed so hard tears ran down my face.
This is a classic. Just a wonderful film, that the whole family can enjoy.
It is a mystery. Don Knotts comes from Scotland Yard to investigate a murder. Everyone in the house looks like a suspect. Just when they decide who did it, that person is murdered. They eventually figure it out, after alot of fun and laughter!

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