Fletch Lives (1989)

Director
Michael Ritchie

Main cast
Chevy Chase; Hal Holbrook; Julianne Phillips; R. Lee Ermey; Richard Libertini

Genres
Comedy, Crime, Mystery

Description
Fletch is a fish out of water in small-town Louisiana, where he's checking out a tumbledown mansion he's inherited. When a woman he flirts with turns up dead, Fletch becomes a suspect and must find the killer and clear his name. In the meantime, he's got some serious home-ownership issues, such as termites and weird neighbors.


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