The Private Eyes
The Private Eyes (1981)

Tim Conway and Don Knotts play two bumbling Scotland Yard investigators out to solve a double murder in this silly send-up of vintage, "old dark house" films. The intrepid Winship (Knotts) and his assistant Tart (Conway) arrive at… More

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Rated: PG
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Release Date: April 10, 1981
DVD Release Date: September 28, 2010
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Steve Crum
Dispatch-Tribune Newspapers

Silly laughs, far beneath the two comedy stars.

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Aj V
A ridiculous little mystery comedy staring two master of ridiculous movies. If you enjoy their humor you'll like this more than I did, but if not, skip… More
RJ MacReady
Now THIS is what I'm talking about. THIS is how you do a spoof. Unlike today, where "spoof" movies copy shots from popular movies and attempt to… More
David Ladd
Lord and Lady Morley have been murdered and even worse, Inspector Winship (Knotts) and Dr. Tart (Conway) are on the case. Sent in by the yard to investigate,… More
Lee Kyle
lol i remember seeing this as a kid. Pretty funny
Byron Brubaker
A lot of lost potential here. The poems/clues the murderer/ghost leaves for the detectives are slightly funny. All the jokes are groaners. I might have… More
Barry Lappin
Unbeleivably stupid....but very good.