|Cast: Tim Conway, Don Knotts, Trisha Noble, Grace Zabriskie, Bernard Fox, Irwin Keyes, Suzy Mandel, John Fujioka, Stan Ross, Fred Stuthman, Patrick Cranshaw|
Director(s): Lang Elliot
Not a great film, but Deril and I watched it a billion times as kids. We hadn't seen it in forever and only remembered a couple of juvenile caca jokes (are there sophisticated caca jokes?), so we decided to de a long-overdue rewatch. It's definitely silly, goofy, slapstick stuff, but it's innocent and endearing to a degree, and we managed to get more than a few chuckles out of it. Conway does bumbling fool to a tee, and there's some nods to Young Frankenstein and Clue-like films. A fun blast from the past.
"He's right, we are standing in norse neers"
Yes, I certainly laughed more than I thought I would. I think Mitch has the rating bang on as well.
Glad we did a rewatch but I can also go another 20 years before i watch it again.
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