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Sweet, unassuming librarian Gloria Mundy stumbles upon a plot to kill the Pope, who will be visiting soon. When Gloria realizes she's been marked for murder, she goes to detective Tony Carlson for help. Together the twosome set out to unravel the wacky but heinous murder plot. Along the way they encounter a deadly midget, a shadowy albino, a wild and kinky swinger (with an unbelievable bedroom), vanishing cadavers, and much more, culminating in a wild car chase through the steep streets of San Francisco. And as they make their way through all the lunacy, Gloria and Tony might just be falling in love, too... Chase and Hawn are the reason to watch this Hitchcockian update.
Billy Barty - Actor
Guillermo Guiseppi Bertanzetti - Actor
Colin Higgins - Screenwriter/Director
Marc Lawrence - American Character Actor
Max Goldsmith - American Character Actor
Chuck McCann - American Comic Actor
Chevy Chase - American actor, comedian, VACATION
Cornelius Crane Chase - American actor, comedian, VACATION
Don Calfa - American Supporting Actor
Goldie Hawn - Oscar-winning actress, PRIVATE BENJAMIN, CACTUS FLOWER
Cooper Huckabee - American Supporting Actor
Frances Bay - Twin Peaks - Mrs. Tremond (grandmother of mysterious boy)
Alfred Sweeney - Production Designer
Pembroke Herring - American Editor
Pembroke J. Herring - American Editor
Pem Herring - American Editor
Brian Dennehy - American Actor
William Frankfather - Supporting Actor
Dudley Moore - British Actor/writer/composer, ARTHUR (1981)
Eugene Roche - American Character Actor
Charles Fox - Composer, TV movies and series, film comedies ('60s-'90s)
Burgess Meredith - American actor
Pat Ast - Actress/"Reform School.."
Marilyn Sokol - Actress/"Men Lie"
Rachel Roberts - Welsh Actress
Thomas L. Miller - Producer
David M. Walsh - American Director of Photography
First major film role for comedian Chevy Chase. Color by Movielab; shot with Panavision equipment, on location in and around San Francisco and Malibu, California. Copyright 1976 Shelburne Associates.
"...FOUL PLAY, an excellent film, revives a relatively dormant film genre....[The film has] charm, humor and excitement....This is easily Hawn's best film to date..." - 07/12/1978 Variety
"...[Hawn] is enough to make the most hardened villain or moviegoer melt....A slick, attractive, enjoyable movie..." - 07/19/1978 New York Times, p.C15