They Went That-A-Way & That-A-Way

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They Went That-A-Way & That-A-Way

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Director:
Edward Montagne , Stuart McGowan
Released:
1978
Rating:
PG
They Went That-A-Way & That-A-Way is a slapstick romp about a couple of cops who go undercover to find where a bank robber hid his loot. It has now been over twelve years since the notorious Butch Collins (Hank Worden) was sent to prison, and the location of his $200,000 booty has never been found. Dewey (Tim Conway) and Wallace (Chuck McCann), two dim-witted deputies from a small town, convince the desperate governor to let them infiltrate the ranks of the prison to befriend Collins and find out where he is keeping the money. But after the newly anointed undercover cops are locked up under the pretense of being hardened criminals, the governor dies, leaving Dewey and Wallace stuck on the inside with no one else aware of their true identities. In an adventure filled with outrageous gags and scenarios, the two knucklehead deputies must convince the warden of who they are, or break out of maximum security on their own. Stuart E. McGowan and Edward Montagne co-direct this over the top comedy penned by Conway himself.moreless
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