Wrongfully Accused

1998

Wrongfully Accused

Critics Consensus

Wrongfully Accused of being a comedy worthy of Leslie Nielsen's involvement, this misbegotten spoof might have fewer laughs than the straight-faced thriller that inspired it.

22%

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Total Count: 32

57%

Audience Score

User Ratings: 20,040
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Movie Info

Somewhere in the naked city lurks a one-armed, one-legged, one-eyed man responsible for the murder for which Ryan Harrison has been wrongfully accused. To find him, all Ryan needs is a clue.

Cast

Leslie Nielsen
as Ryan Harrison
Richard Crenna
as Fergus Falls
Kelly LeBrock
as Lauren Goodhue
Sandra Bernhard
as Dr. Fridley
Michael York
as Hibbing Goodhue
Melinda McGraw
as Cass Lake
Aaron Pearl
as Sean Laughrea
Leslie Jones
as Sgt. Tina Bagley
Ben Ratner
as Sgt. Orono
Gerard Plunkett
as Sir Robert McKintyre
Duncan Fraser
as Sgt. MacMcDonald
Maury Hannigan
as Commissioner Hannigan
Chick Hearn
as Basketball Announcer
Brian Arnold
as Dan Clellan
John Walsh
as John Walsh
Guy Bews
as Security Guard No. 1
Mary Black
as Woman with IV
Michael S. Bolton
as TV Stage Manager
Jacques Bourassa
as Teenager With Backpack
Ken Boyd
as Usher
Alexander Boynton
as Security Guard No. 2
Johnathon Bruce
as Hospital Janitor
Rick Burgess
as Prisoner
Charn
as Bus Convict
Brian Cochrane
as Cop No. 1
Arthur Corber
as Percussionist
Rick Cross
as Ben Hur Oarsman
Cory Dagg
as Reporter No. 3
Rob Daprocida
as Security Guard No. 1
Thea Nielsen Disney
as Party Guest No. 2
Mark Fox
as Butcher
Mark Francis
as Abe Lincoln
Calvin Guo
as Japanese Gardener
Michelle Hart
as Reporter No. 2
Ellie Harvie
as Ruth the News Anchor
Noah Heney
as Parking Attendant
Ingrid Henningsen
as Party Guest Out of Focus
Derek Hurst
as Patient with Liquid Ears
Maura Nielsen Kaplan
as Party Guest No. 1
Ellen Kennedy
as Bow in the Eye Musician
P.J. Lespance
as Yo-Yo Double
Wallace Leung
as Conductor
Bev Martin
as Mary Lincoln
Mina E. Mina
as Arab Diplomat
Kanlayaporn Neelaphamorn
as Party Guest No. 3
Barbaree Earl
as Fainting Pedestrian
Robin Nielsen
as Party Waiter
Jason Payn
as Wanted Poster Boy
Charles Paymer
as Paramedic No. 1
David Priestly
as Paramedic
Pat Proft
as Window Technician
Marco Roy
as Paramedic No. 2
Patty Sachs
as Waitress at Crash Site
Yoko Sakai
as Reporter No. 1
Bill Tarling
as Bus Convict
Ingrid Tesch
as Reporter No. 4
French Tickner
as Doctor in ICU
Kenneth 'Brother' Vils
as Detective Van Adir
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Critic Reviews for Wrongfully Accused

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Audience Reviews for Wrongfully Accused

  • Feb 27, 2010
    If you're looking for a cerebral workout, then you are in the wrong place but since "The Fugitive" is one of my all-time favorite movies, this one was fun and enjoyable for me to watch. The movie was laugh-out-loud funny with tons of sexual innuendos. Spoofing The Fugitive, Leslie Nielsen takes us on a wild ride that combines Mission Impossible, Braveheart and The Titantic and has enough quick, witty gags to make you split your sides. All in all, if you haven't seen this movie before, see it soon.
    Deb S Super Reviewer
  • Sep 09, 2009
    Simlpe a very bad film boring just waste of time
    Arianeta L Super Reviewer
  • Jun 10, 2009
    Pat Proft directed this satire on The Fugitive with a plot parody of the 1993 Harrison Ford movie, which in turn was inspired by the 1963-67 ABC television series with David Janssen. Violinist Ryan Harrison (Leslie Nielsen) romances the wife (Kelly Le Brock) of his benefactor (Michael York), a man murdered by mercenaries. Naturally, Ryan gets blamed. Headed for Death Row, he's on a bus involved in a train accident and escapes in order to locate the real killer -- a one-armed, one-legged, one-eyed man. Tracking Ryan is Lt. Fergus Falls (Richard Crenna). Other movies lampooned here include Titanic, Clear and Present Danger, Chinatown, Mission Impossible, and North by Northwest.
    Martin D Super Reviewer
  • Dec 14, 2008
    Hilarious! Leslie Nielsen is too funny.
    Leo L Super Reviewer

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