3 Wonderful Gene Wilder Movies You'll Find On Netflix
He even starred in a film set in Dublin
Gene Wilder, the iconic comedy actor, recently passed away at the age of 83. We did a little bit of research and discovered three of his many films on Netflix.
Check out these gems!
1. See No Evil, Hear No Evil (1989)
This American comedy directed by Arthur Hiller tells the story of a new friendship between a blind man (Richard Pryor) and a deaf man (Gene Wilder) who join forces to thwart a trio of murderous thieves.
You're guaranteed a laugh!
2. Everything You Ever Wanted To Know About Sex* (*But Were Afraid To Ask) (1972)
This is another comedy film this time directed by Woody Allen and is inspired by the book of the same name by Dr. David Reuben. The film is divided into seven vignettes each addressing a different aspect of the topic in question; sex.
3. The Little Prince (1974)
Based on the classic 1943 classic novella Le Petit Prince by Count Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, it is portrayed on the big screen as a fantasy-musical film. The little prince encounters various characters who attempt to teach him important life lessons, one of these being The Fox, played by Wilder.
A heartwarming tale.
And would you believe Gene Wilder also starred in an Irish-American film set in Dublin?
It's called Quackser Fortune Has A Cousin In The Bronx (1970) and we've yet to find a link to watch it on! Let us know if you do!
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