Richard Pryor lights up the screen in four of his most iconic on-screen performances. In "Which Way is Up" (1977), Pryor plays three roles in a story set in California farm country. Pryor portrays the titular character of Brewster in "Brewster's Millions"(1985), about a man who has one month to spend $30 million dollars, in order to inherit $300 million. "Car Wash" (1976) sees Pryor surrounded by co-stars such as George Carlin and Garrett Morris. Finally, Pryor stars with Academy Award-nominee Cicely Tyson in "Bustin' Loose" (1981), as an ex-convict in the care of a busload of children.