Stir Crazy Trailer

Stir Crazy Trailer (1980)

"Two jailbirds who just want out of the cage." 12 December 1980 Comedy 111 mins

New Yorkers, Skip Donahue and Harry Monroe, have no jobs and no prospects. They decide to flee the city and find work elsewhere, and land jobs as woodpeckers to promote the opening of a bank. When their feathery costumes are stolen and used in a bank robbery, they no longer have to worry about employment -- they're sent to prison!

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Cast

Gene Wilder

as Skip Donahue

Richard Pryor

as Harry Monroe

Georg Stanford Brown

as Rory Schultebrand

JoBeth Williams

as Meredith

Miguel Ángel Suárez

as Jesus Ramirez

Miguel Ángel Suárez

as Jesus Ramirez (as Miguelangel Suarez)

Craig T. Nelson

as Deputy Ward Wilson

Barry Corbin

as Warden Walter Beatty

Erland van Lidth

as Grossberger

Nicolas Coster

as Warden Henry Sampson

Estelle Omens

as Mrs. R.H. Broache

Cedrick Hardman

as Big Mean

Franklyn Ajaye

as Young Man in Hospital

Grand L. Bush

as Big Mean's Sidekick

Grand L. Bush

as Big Mean's Sidekick (as Grand Bush)

Crew

Fred Schuler

Fred Schuler Director of Photography

Alfred Sweeney

Alfred Sweeney Production Design

Patricia Edwards

Patricia Edwards Costume Design

Arthur Jeph Parker

Arthur Jeph Parker Set Decoration

Tom Scott

Original Music Composer

François De Menil

François De Menil Associate Producer

Melville Tucker

Melville Tucker Executive Producer

Ray Quiroz

Ray Quiroz Script Supervisor

Sidney Ray Baldwin

Sidney Ray Baldwin Still Photographer

International Titles

Zwei irre Spaßvögel Trailer

Locos de remate Trailer

Dutyi dili Trailer

International Releases Dates

Germany 03 September 1981

United States 12 December 1980

Production Companies

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