The World's Greatest Lover

In his slapstick salute to the days of silent moviemaking, writer/director/star Gene Wilder plays a Midwest baker who, with wife Carol Kane, travels to Hollywood with dreams of becoming the next Rudolph Valentino. While Wilder tries to land an acting job, Kane catches the eye of the real Valentino. Dom DeLuise, Richard Dimitri co-star; look for Danny DeVito in an early role.

Year: 1977
Genre: Comedy, Filmmaking, Comedy
Country: USA
Director: Gene Wilder
Starring: Carol Kane, Danny DeVito, Dom DeLuise, Gene Wilder
Duration: 89 Minutes
Rating: PG - Contains low level offensive language.
Location in store: Comedy



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