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Who's Harry Crumb?

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Who's Harry Crumb?, On Demand Movie, Comedy

Plot Summary

Plot: Private investigator Harry Crumb (John Candy) considers himself an expert sleuth. With nerves of steel, body of iron and brain of stone, he somehow always manages to bungle his way to the solution of every crime. The famous detective has been summoned to apprehend the kidnappers who've abducted multimillionaire P.J. Downing's beautiful daughter. The case will require all his keen skills of deduction-his photographic memory, his knowledge of high-tech surveillance and his special talent, the mastery of disguise. Conniving bombshell Helen (Annie Potts) has obviously married P.J. Downing for his millions. She's having a torrid affair with the local tennis pro (Tim Thomerson), who lusts for Helen and her husband's fortune. Crumb's on the prowl and rest assured, he'll solve this kidnapping. In spite of himself.
Rated PG-13 by the Motion Picture Association of America.


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