Icons: Richard Pryor Collection (Car Wash/ Stir Crazy/ Brewster's Millions/ See No Evil, Hear No Evil)

Release Date: 11 October 2010 | Certificate: Suitable for 18 years and over
Featuring: Richard Pryor
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Four films from legendary comic Richard Pryor. 'Car Wash' (1976) follows a musical day in the life of the Dee Luxe Car Wash, where the employees while away the hours until closing time by doing anything other than work. Amongst those pulling up to get their windscreens buffed are George Carlin and The Pointer Sisters, with Pryor starring as a Reverend preaching the holiness of money. The host of funky tunes includes the smash hit title song by Rose Royce. In 'Stir Crazy' (1980), long-time losers Skip Donahue (Gene Wilder) and Harry Monroe (Pryor) are hired to wear woodpecker costumes to help promote a bank's opening, only to be wrongfully imprisoned when a pair of criminals, wearing identical outfits, rob the bank. Their claims of innocence ignored, Skip and Harry are forced to adapt to prison life, and end up being persuaded to ride for the Warden in the local rodeo show. In 'Brewster's Millions' (1985), Pryor plays a man who stands to inherit $300 million - if he can first spend $30 million in 30 days without letting anyone in on the reason. This proves harder than he'd imagined, even with the assistance of team mate Spike (John Candy). Finally, in 'See No Evil, Hear No Evil' (1989), Dave (Wilder) is a deaf news-stand owner who hires Wally (Pryor), a blind man, to work for him. However, when Wally's bookie comes to collect some money that he is owed the bookie is murdered by a woman, leaving Wally and Dave as particularly bad witnesses to the shooting. Unfortunately, the police begin to suspect that the deaf and blind duo are the killers themselves.
Release Date: 11 October 2010
Certificate: 18 - Suitable for 18 years and over. Not for sale to persons under age 18, by placing an order for this product you are declaring that you are 18 years or over.

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