Fletch is a 1985 comedy film about a wisecracking investigative newspaper reporter, Irwin Fletcher (Chevy Chase, at the height of his popularity), who writes under the name of Jane Doe. The film was based on the popular Gregory Mcdonald novels and the screenplay was written by Andrew Bergman. The film was directed by Michael Ritchie and released by Universal Pictures in 1985. The theme song, "Bit by Bit" was sung by Stephanie Mills with music by Beverly Hills Cop composer Harold Faltermeyer. It was one of three films Chevy Chase starred in that year, alongside Spies Like Us and National Lampoon's European Vacation, which together garned over $155 million at the box office.
Since its release, Fletch has had a strong following of fans as well as having achieved cult status; it is considered to be one of Chase's best films.
01.Bit By Bit (Theme From Fletch) - Stephanie Mills
02.Fletch,Get Outta Town - Dan Hartman
03.Running For Love - John Farnham
04.Name Of The Game - Dan Hartman
05.Fletch Theme - Harold Faltermeyer
06.A Letter To Both Side - The Fixx
07.Is It Over - Kim Wilde
08.Diggin´In - Harold Faltermeyer
09.Exotic Scates - Harold Faltermeyer
10.Running For Love (Instrumental) - Harold Faltermeyer
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