Big-time funny men Gene Wilder and Richard Pryor go together like death and taxes--resisting their inexorable push toward mirth is pointless. Americans in droves succumbed to the duo’s combined comedic thrust in Silver Streak (1976) and Stir Crazy (1980). Silver Streak’s director, Arthur Hiller reunites with the unlikely pair for another taste of tandem hilarity and mayhem in See No Evil, Hear No Evil (1989). See No, Hear No asks the question: Can a blind guy and a deaf guy at the scene of a crime add up to one decent witness? Arriving at the answer entails a great deal of slapstick debate.