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The Cheap Detective (1978) was a Film directed by Robert Moore and produced by Ray Stark and Margaret Booth.

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Peter Falk Channels Bogie in Neil Simon's The Cheap Detective

By Rick29 on Apr 26, 2021 From Classic Film & TV Cafe

A befuddled Lou Peckinpah.Following the success of his romantic comedy The Goodbye Girl (1977), Neil Simon returned to the zany spoof formula of Murder By Death (1976). Indeed, The Cheap Detective could have been a sequel to Murder By Death with Peter Falk reprising his role of Sam Diamond--a knock-... Read full article

The Cheap Detective (1978, Robert Moore)

By Andrew Wickliffe on Oct 13, 2018 From The Stop Button

It was until after The Cheap Detective was over I realized there?s never anything about Peter Falk?s fee. It?s not clear whether he?s cheap or not. It?s never addressed. It?s one of the many things Neil Simon?s screenplay never gets around to addressing, like if the third act is all a scheme or if i... Read full article

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Also directed by Robert Moore

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Also released in 1978

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