The legendary Peter Falk shines bright in this collection of four films. Featuring stars like Jack Lemmon, Ann-Margret, Alan Arkin, Elaine May, Beverly D’Angelo, and Charles Durning, these wild and wacky films are sure to have you rolling on the floor in laughter!
The Cheap Detective (1978)
In this hilarious and star-studded Humphrey Bogart send-up, PETER FALK plays Lou Peckinpaugh, the worldly, cynical gumshoe who takes on thugs, crooks, Nazis, femme fatales, and the Golden Gate Bridge. Featuring ANN-MARGRET, EILEEN BRENNAN, SID CAESAR, STOCKARD CHANNING, JAMES COCO, DOM DELUISE, and more!
Big Trouble (1985)
In this riotous farce, Steve (PETER FALK) and Leonard (ALAN ARKIN) are a wacky pair of insurance swindlers, aided and abetted by Blanche (BEVERLY D’ANGELO). Trying to raise money, the three get involved in a scheme to cash in on an accidental death policy but get sidetracked by a series of hilariously unforeseen twists.
Happy New Year (1986)
Criminals Nick (PETER FALK) and Charlie (CHARLES DURNING) plan a jewelry store heist, disguising themselves to win the trust of the store manager (TOM COURTENAY). However, when Nick starts falling for Carolyn (WENDY HUGHES), owner of the antique shop next door, the plan goes awry.
In this dark comedy, Milt (PETER FALK) stops unlucky-in-love Harry (JACK LEMMON) from jumping off a bridge. Grateful, Harry agrees to marry Milt’s neurotic wife Ellen (ELAINE MAY) so Milt can marry Linda (NINA WAYNE). Soon after, Ellen and Milt realize that they are still in love and will stop at nothing to be together again.
Peter Falk, Jack Lemmon, Ann-Margret, Alan Arkin, Elaine May, Beverly D’Angelo, Eileen Brennan, Charles Durning
John G. Avildsen; John Cassavetes; Robert Moore; Clive Donner
Claude Llouch; Warren Lane; Andrew Bergman; Neil Simon; Elliot Baker; Murray Schisgal
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