[SIZE=-1]Director: Sam Raimi[/SIZE] Writers: Sam Raimi and The Coen Bros. Co-Starring: Bruce Campbell [SIZE=-1]Genres: [/SIZE][SIZE=-1]Comedy and Crime/Gangster[/SIZE] [SIZE=-1]Running Time: [/SIZE][SIZE=-1]1 hr. 23 min.[/SIZE] Release Date: 1985/1986 USA [SIZE=-1]MPAA Rating: [/SIZE][SIZE=-1]PG-13[/SIZE] [SIZE=-1]Distributors: [/SIZE][SIZE=-1]Embassy Pictures, Columbia TriStar Motion Picture Group[/SIZE] [SIZE=-1]Production Co.: [/SIZE][SIZE=-1]Renaissance Pictures[/SIZE] Summary: The film's story concerns Victor Ajax (Reed Birney), a young technician in the employ of Trend-Odegard Security. Mr. Trend, co-owner of the company (Edward R. Pressman), has learned of a plan by his partner to sell the company to Renaldo "The Heel" (Bruce Campbell) and responds by hiring two exterminators who promise to "kill all sizes" (Brion James and Paul Smith) in order to eliminate Odegard and his plan. When Vic, who has been installing security cameras in Trend's apartment building, seems about to go back to the store, Trend distracts him with a lecture about "the grand design" and sends Vic on a quest to find his dream girl. The dream girl spontaneously materializes in the form of Nancy (Sheree J. Wilson), who responds minimally to Vic but is enamored of Renaldo. Victor and several residents of the building including Mrs. Trend (Louise Lasser, top-billed) run afoul of the killers and a seemingly random series of slapstick murders ensues, which is ultimately pinned on Victor. The movie is framed by Vic's journey to the electric chair for the crimes as Nancy, accompanied by several nuns, races to the scene in order to clear him.