See No Evil, Hear No Evil

Synopsis: A man is murdered. Two men witness it. A blind man who hears the killer, and a deaf man who sees them. The police don't think they're credible witnesses, but the killers don't want to take any chances. The two men must now work together to save themselves and bring the killers to justice.
Genre: Comedy, Crime
Director(s): Arthur Hiller
Production: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
Rotten Tomatoes:
103 min


Move your car, you jerk!

What do you want from my life?

- Are you f***ing deaf? Move!

- Get out of the way!

You deaf? Look behind you!

You're blocking traffic!

Get off the street!

What do you want me

to do? Tell him!

You dumb idiot!

I'm turning here, you idiot!

Where you from, Oshkosh?


Watch your step.

You're a dumb idiot!

Talking to me?

You are a dumb idiot!

- You talking to me?

- Wally, don't start anything.

The man's got something to say.

Up yours!

I heard that song before.

Anything to get off your chest?

Tell me who you're talking to.

No, say one more word. One more f***ing word.

Come on!

- You dumb a**hole!

- Hey, nice move!

Come on! You don't show me sh*t!

Who are you fighting this time?

Wally! Wally, stop it!

Stop it!

Come on. Come on.

Going up. Step up.

F*** you.

Going down.

Why do you feel you have to pass for someone

with 20/20 vision when you're blind?

I don't feel I have to pass.

You do.

It's a sickness, like if you

were trying to pass for white.

You mean I'm not white?

Oh, sit down.

This is a scandal!

I'm not white?!

Why didn't you tell me before?

You're my own sister!

Sit down, Wally.

Goodness! A lot of

adjustments have to be made.

Cancel the swimming lessons.

What'll the guys at the club say?

I'm not white!

Oh, it feels like it.

Ha, ha. Aah!

Goodness, you're right!

Lord, help me.

Does Dad know?

Twenty dollars across the board on Centipede.

Thank you very much.

Oh, just a minute.

You said that was all.

But I want my 50.

You know how much

you owe that bookie?

I don't want a lecture. Give me my $50.

This is the last $50

to your name, Wally.

I know, but $50, please.

Three minutes until post time.

Three minutes until post time.

And $50 to win on Centipede.

Come on, Centipede!

You can do it!

Come on! Come on!

Come on!

You can do it!

Come on, you b*tch!

Who won?

It wasn't Centipede.


You shouldn't have quit your job!

The man treated me like I was blind.

So try someone else!

You can't go on like this, Wally.

Get another job.

Mr. Lyons!

What's the matter with me?


Mr. Lyons, the fire inspector

wants you to pick up papers.

Much dangerous. Big fire.

You must please sweep up

before you close the shop.

Mr. Huddelston, there's a vicious

rumor going around that I'm deaf.

I don't like it.

It's very humiliating.

Let's try and put a stop to it.

Oh, I feel like such a fool.

That inspector?

Don't worry about him.

He's always coming around

trying to get bribes.

You don't read lips?

They told me you had to read my lips.

I feel like an ass.

Especially on the last Thursday

of every month.


I can't make a left turn.

I'll have to swing around the block.

Whoa. You're not parking anywhere.

Slow down and just pull over

here by the curb.

What are you talking about?

I'm not a baby. I don't need a babysitter.

Just point me

in the right direction.

Point you? Are you crazy?


Take your cane or you

won't make it across.

No. Put the cane...

What is...? Put it down.

I can hear, can't I?

All I need is Big Mo.

I want to see this.


Thank you.

Good luck with the job.

Excuse me, sir.

Nice day, isn't it?

So far, so good.

I'll pick you up

in front of the building.

Remember, wait for the beeps.

Wait for the beeps.

Yeah, wait for the beep.

I will. Thank you.


Would you help me across?

Yeah, uh, take my arm.

Here we go.

Hey, sis, how am I doing?

Great. Just great.

Thank you very much.

You don't have to thank me, sir.

After all, this to me

is just fun.

Like a walk in the park.

Here you are. If you get

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