Gene Wilder and Richard Pryor had audiences rolling in the aisles with their antics in "Silver Streak" (1976). They reteamed for "Stir Crazy" (1980) finding even more ways to make us laugh. Here they play two out of work friends, Skip and Harry, who takea job as woodpecker mascots to promote a bank. The bank gets robbed and the boys are framed. (It's worth watching this film just for their reaction to being sentenced to 120 years in prison.) Once in the big house, they quickly discover they weren't cut out for prison life and plan their escape to catch the real thieves. Wild comedy ensues.