Harlem Nights (1989)

Bennie "Snake Eyes" Wilson

Sugar Ray (Richard Pryor) resolves the customers’ complaints about Bennie Wilson’s (Redd Foxx) vision at the craps table.

Directed by Eddie Murphy.

Released in 1989 by Paramount.

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  • character-type: Employee
  • character-type: Gambler
  • character-type: Owner
  • action: Curse
  • action: Play
  • action: Advise
  • action: Yell
  • action: Laugh
  • editors-choice: Jokes
  • editors-choice: Insults / Comebacks
  • editors-choice: Hilarious!
  • primary-genre: Thrillers
  • primary-genre: Action and Adventure
  • primary-genre: Drama
  • secondary-genre: Crime Action
  • secondary-genre: Drama
  • secondary-genre: Action Comedies
  • secondary-genre: 20th Century Period Pieces
  • secondary-genre: Crime Dramas
  • secondary-genre: Gangster Movies
  • mood: Witty
  • mood: Funny
  • primary-occasion: Party Time
  • primary-occasion: Night on the Town
  • secondary-occasion: Poker Night
  • secondary-occasion: Game Night
  • secondary-occasion: Guy's Night
  • secondary-occasion: Cocktail Party
  • prop: Dice
  • prop: Cigar
  • prop: Eye Glasses
  • prop: Poker Chips
  • setting: Harlem
  • setting: Casino
  • setting: New York
  • theme: Accuracy
  • theme: Compromise
  • theme: Aging
  • theme: Embarrassment
  • theme: Accountability
  • theme: Communication
  • actor: Robi Reed-Humes
  • actor: Ty Granderson Jones
  • actor: Roy L. Jones
  • actor: Howard 'Sandman' Sims
  • actor: Dan Tullis Jr.
  • actor: Redd Foxx
  • actor: Chris Jackson
  • actor: Richard Pryor
  • actor: Roger E. Reid
  • actor: Don Blakely
  • director: Eddie Murphy
  • producer: Ray Murphy Jr.
  • producer: Robert D. Wachs
  • producer: Eddie Murphy
  • producer: Ralph S. Singleton
  • cinematographer: Woody Omens
  • composer: Herbie Hancock
  • editor: Alan Balsam
  • costume-designer: Joe I. Tompkins
  • role-name: Sugar Ray
  • role-name: Crapshooter
  • role-name: Bennie Wilson
  • role-name: Woman Employee
  • screenwriter: Eddie Murphy
  • year: 1989
  • studio: Paramount