Led by their comedic leader, Turk, the Hollywood Knights car club raise hell throughout Beverly Hills on Halloween Night, 1965. Everything from chaotic pranks, drag racing and high school ... See full summary »
Two friends, an actor and a chef, discover a plot to fix a horse race and try to capitalize on it. But they must also deal with the two men who fixed the race, who are trying to silence them. Then there's the mob boss the two guys work for, who planned the fix, and whose wife is having an affair with the actor.Written by
The Beverly Hills mansion was spread over many acres of prime real estate. It seemed as if the sumptuous estate was the house that had everything. When director Blake Edwards looked at it, however, Edwards decided it required another wing that could withstand the action scenes with the SWAT team and the even more destructive Howie Mandel. After the smoke cleared, the owner of the mansion agreed that an extra wing was just what he needed, and had one built to the specifications of the movie set. See more »
At the end of the movie, Spence (on a Western film shoot) walks through the swinging bar doors with a cigar in his mouth. He takes a few steps forward and the size of the cigar has nearly doubled. See more »
Your brother could con a leopard out of its stripes.
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Blake Edwards was one of a kind. He was a very funny comic writer/director with a "just miss" Hall of Fame resume. That said, his 80s movies were hit and miss. They all have a certain watchability to them but they're mostly not so hot. "A Fine Mess" has more than one laugh-out-loud moment but it's just not as funny as it should have been.
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