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The Vault: See No Evil, Hear No Evil (1989)

See No Evil, Hear No Evil is an excellent film. The premise is that a blind person and a deaf person get into trouble and need to use each other's strengths to work out their problems.

It's classic comedic stuff that you don't really see anymore. In fact, they didn't make much like this in the 80s; this kind of comedy hasn't been very popular since the 20s and 30s. Richard Pryor and Gene Wilder kill it on every level.

I give the film 5/5 senses.

Comments

Fitz said…
This comes on frequently on sunday mornings on Comedy Central. Great for laughs.

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