The hooker that east-coaster Marvin (Walter Matthau) is trying to hide from wife Millie (Elaine May) in their L-A hotel room is stone drunk, not dead, in California Suite, 1978, from a Neil Simon script.
Droll Britishers Sidney (Michael Caine) and Oscar-nominated actress wife Diana (Maggie Smith), in town for the ceremonies, taking a call from her producer, in Neil Simon's California Suite, 1978.
A black man is appointed sheriff of a western town in Mel Brooks' riotous farce Blazing Saddles (1974) starring Cleavon Little and Gene Wilder.
Long-divorced Hannah (Jane Fonda) from New York visiting her successful screenwriter ex Bill (Alan Alda), arguing over their teenage daughter, in Neil Simon's California Suite, 1978.
Tail end of the credits and vignettes introducing the hero buddies, Richard Pryor as Harry, who's really an actor, and Gene Wilder as Skip, a writer, opening the hit comedy Stir Crazy, 1980.tbd
Bill Cosby and Richard Pryor (As doctors Panama and Gump) are the focus, arriving with their wives (Shelia Frazier, Gloria Gifford) in Los Angeles, early in Neil Simon's California Suite, 1978.
Fleeing New York for Hollywood, out-of-work actor Harry (Richard Pryor) and writer Skip (Gene Wilder) improvise when their van breaks down in a Western town, early in Stir Crazy, 1980.
Billie Holliday (Diana Ross) remembers her traumatic younger days in Baltimore, working in a brothel and serving her aunt, in an early flashback scene from Lady Sings The Blues, 1972.
Newsy opening credit sequence for Berry Gordy's production of the Billie Holliday biography Lady Sings The Blues, 1972, starring Diana Ross, Billy Dee Williams and Richard Pryor.
Taken to a plush New York club on their first night out, young Billie Holliday (Diana Ross) jousts with man-about-town Louis McKay (Billy Dee Williams) in Lady Sings The Blues, 1972, directed by Sidney J. Furie.
Supported in her performance by Piano Man (Richard Pryor) but not the bawdy crowd, young Billie Holliday (Diana Ross) is rescued by Louis McKay (Billy Dee Williams) in Lady Sings The Blues, 1972.
Two small time hustlers loose a winning lottery ticket in a robbery. They scour the city and battle thugs to retrieve it.
Pryor and Wilder, the funniest combination since Wilder and Pryor, are up to some more funny business in Another You. In their fourth comic outing together following the classics, Silver Streak, StirCrazy, and See No Evil, Hear no Evil, the two play George and Eddie, two liars who just can't seem to kick the habit. What begins as a few harmless lies leads the two into a labyrinth of hilarious complications involving a missing millionaire, his beautiful wife, a dangerous estate executive and a major mistaken identity crisis. As the lies pile up, so do the laughs in this star-powered comedy featuring the sexy Mercedes Ruehl (Big, Married to the Mob) and Stephan Lang (Last Exit to Brooklyn, The Hard Way). With Another You, Pryor and Wilder prove once again to be one of the great comedy teams of their generation - and that's no lie.
Perennial funnymen Richard Pryor and Gene Wilder are a pair of pathological liars meant for each other.
George and Eddie are two liars who just can't seem to kick the habit. What begins as a few harmless lies leads the two into a labyrinth of hilarious complications.
It was murder! The blind guy couldn't see it. The deaf guy couldn't hear it. But now they're both wanted for it in the drop-dead comedy, "See No Evil, Hear No Evil," that reunites the outrageous comedy duo Richard Pryor and Gene Wilder (Silver Streak, Stir Crazy). Meet Wally and Dave. Wally is blind, Dave is deaf. When a man is murdered outside the newsstand where they work, the police collar these two unlikely buddies as their main suspects. A hilarious chase ensues as Wally and Dave hightail it from the New York Police Department to snag the real bad guys - the wickedly beautiful Eve (Joan Severance, Black Scorpion) and her cold-blooded cohort, Kirgo (Kevin Spacey, American Beauty). From director Arthur Hiller (Silver Streak) comes this zany comedy caper you won't want to miss.
Wally is blind, and Dave is deaf. But when a man is murdered outside the newsstand where they work, the police collar the unlikely duo.
Three generations of comedy legends star in this tale of nightclub owner Sugar Ray (Richard Pryor) and his son Quick (Eddie Murphy), who fight to keep a vicious mobster and a corrupt police force from putting them out of business. Written and directed by Eddie Murphy with an all star supporting cast including Redd Foxx, Della Reese, Arsenio Hall, Jasmine Guy and Danny Aiello, Harlem Nights is an action packed comedy treasure!
The proprietor of an illegal casino in 1920s Harlem must contend with mobsters and corrupt cops who want to put him out of business.
Gene Wilder and Richard Pryor star as blind and deaf witnesses to a murder and now they're both prime suspects!
Three generations of comedy legends star in this tale of nightclub owner Sugar Ray (Richard Pryor) and his son Quick (Eddie Murphy), who fight to keep a vicious mobster and a corrupt police force from putting them out of business.
Shutt approves an unorthodox procedure to treat a man suffering from Multiple Sclerosis.
Gina goes on a date with Pam's cousin while Martin meets an interested woman when Cole and Tommy take him to a club. Second of a three-part episode.
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Richard Pryor talks about women who leave men, winos and acid while hosting this seven-second delayed episode. Richard is joined by musical guest Gil Scott-Heron.
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