The Hudsucker Proxy ( Blu-ray )

The Coen Brothers' extravagant, dazzling comedy of invention features dynamite performances from Tim Robbins as the fall guy and Jennifer Jason Leigh as the persuasive reporter who falls in love with him in this funny, stylish homage to early screwball comedies. With Paul Newman.

Year: 1994
Genre: Comedy, Cult Films / After Dark, Film Festivals 1994, Blu-ray Discs
Country: Germany, USA, UK
Director: Joel Coen
Starring: Charles Durning, Jennifer Jason Leigh, John Mahoney, Paul Newman, Tim Robbins
Duration: 111 Minutes
Rating: PG - Violence
Location in store: Comedy



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