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A Fine Mess
Directed byBlake Edwards
Written byBlake Edwards
Produced byTony Adams
Starring
CinematographyHarry Stradling, Jr.
Music byHenry Mancini
Blake Edwards Entertainment
Distributed byColumbia Pictures
  • August 8, 1986
90 minutes
CountryUnited States
LanguageEnglish
Box office$6,029,824
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A Fine Mess is a 1986 American comedy film written and directed by Blake Edwards and starring Ted Danson and Howie Mandel.

The film was intended as a remake of Laurel & Hardy's classic short The Music Box'[1] and was to be semi-improvised in the same style as the director's earlier comedy The Party, but studio interference, poor previews and subsequent re-editing resulted in the film becoming a fully scripted chase comedy with very little of the original ideas for the film remaining intact. Writer/director Blake Edwards actually gave television interviews telling audiences to avoid the film. It received overwhelmingly negative reviews and performed poorly at the box office.

Plot[edit]

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While filming on location at a race track, womanizing bit actor Spencer Holden, who lives life on one scam after another, overhears a couple of inept thugs named Binky and Turnip while they dope a race horse with a supposed undetectable super stimulant. The thugs find out that Spence overheard them and will do anything to catch him to prevent him from going to the authorities with the information. Spence, however, enlists the help of his best friend, drive-in carhop and aspiring restaurateur Dennis Powell, to bet on the race with that horse so that they can make some guaranteed money. Spence and Dennis end up having to outrun not only the thugs, who manage to put a few bullet holes in Spence's car, but also the police after they find Spence's bullet-riddled car and after the race horse, Sorry Sue, dies from the drugs. The plot also includes an antique player piano of which Dennis comes into possession, sympathetic but naive auction house employee Ellen Frankenthaler who is attracted to Dennis, and exotically beautiful Claudia Pazzo, the wife of local Italian mob boss Tony Pazzo, who is interested in buying the piano and whom Spence can't resist.

Cast[edit]

  • Ted Danson as Spence Holden
  • Howie Mandel as Dennis Powell
  • Richard Mulligan as Wayne 'Turnip' Parragella
  • Stuart Margolin as Maurice 'Binky' Drundza
  • María Conchita Alonso as Claudia Pazzo
  • Jennifer Edwards as Ellen Frankenthaler
  • Paul Sorvino as Tony Pazzo
  • Rick Ducommun as Wardell Flecken
  • Keye Luke as Ishimine
  • Ed Herlihy as TV Reporter
  • Walter Charles as Auctioneer
  • Tawny Moyer as Leading Lady
  • Emma Walton as First Extra
  • Carrie Leigh as Second Extra
  • Sharan Lea as Young Girl
  • Dennis Franz as Phil
  • Larry Storch as Leopold Klop

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Critical reception[edit]

A Fine Mess received heavily negative reviews (Rotten Tomatoes gave it a score of 33%), including one from The New York Times, which stated 'Mr. Edwards, who on happier occasions gave us the Pink Panther movies, piles on the pileups until you may suspect that he is trying to distract the audience from the absence of a diverting story or dialogue. The 11 musical numbers by some well-known performers (available, you can bet, on record and cassette) seem designed for the same purpose.'[2]

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Then-U.S. President Ronald Reagan viewed this film at Camp David in September 1986.[3]

Soundtrack[edit]

A Fine Mess
Soundtrack album
Released1986
GenreSoundtrack
LabelMotown
  1. 'Can't Help Falling In Love' – Christine McVie
  2. 'Easier Said Than Done' – Chico DeBarge
  3. 'A Fine Mess' – Temptations (#63 R&B/#28 AC)
  4. 'I'm Gonna Be A Wheel Someday' – Los Lobos
  5. 'Love's Closing In' – Nick Jameson
  6. 'Moving So Close' – Keith Burston & Darryl Littlejohn
  7. 'Slow Down' – Billy Vera & Beaters
  8. 'Stan And Ollie' – Henry Mancini
  9. 'Walk Like A Man' – Mary Jane Girls (#41 HOT 100/#91 R&B)
  10. 'Wishful Thinking' – Smokey Robinson

References[edit]

  1. ^Mann, Roderick (Nov 25, 1984). 'MOVIES: EDWARDS' YEAR OF LIVING DANGEROUSLY YEAR OF LIVING DANGEROUSLY'. Los Angeles Times. p. x21.
  2. ^Walter Goodman (August 8, 1986). 'A Fine Mess (1986) – SCREEN: EDWARDS'S 'FINE MESS''. The New York Times. Retrieved August 23, 2013.
  3. ^https://www.reaganlibrary.gov/sreference/films-viewed-by-president-and-mrs-reagan

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