See No Evil, Hear No Evil

See No Evil, Hear No Evil (1989)

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Corrected entry: Wally says he got blind because a drunk driver hit him when he was a kid. As a kid he should have seen that he was black. So his surprise about not being white at the beginning of the movie makes no sense.


Correction: He was not surprised to be black. He was joking.

Corrected entry: Near the end, while Gene Wilder is looking through binoculars he is having a conversation with Richard Pryor's character. The flub comes from Wilder's character being deaf and needed to read the lips of whomever he is speaking to. He couldn't do this while looking through the binoculars.

Correction: It does seem like that, and happens later on, but in this particular scene, the things Gene Wilder says are perfectly possible for him to have said unprompted. It seems like he is conversing with Pryor because Pryor can hear him, and so can reply correctly.

Revealing mistake: When Dave and Walley are running with a car, Walley says that he heard some shots. Dave replies that he didn't hear anything, but as you know Dave is deaf, and he reads Walley's lips each time he speaks. In this scene, he wasn't looking at him, but answered. (00:47:45)

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