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James Van over 5 years ago
Really underrated Mel Brooks effort. Filmmaking as solid as the jokes.
Guy Meltzer 5 years ago
Sam Bowman over 5 years ago
Michael over 5 years ago
Patrick Gaertner over 5 years ago
Matthew Bettencourt almost 6 years ago
Tom o'brien 6 years ago
Simon Taylor 6 years ago
Rob almost 7 years ago
Eric Ratzlaff 7 years ago
johanna berliner over 7 years ago
Veronica Davies over 7 years ago
Michael Morris almost 8 years ago
Eric Richards 8 years ago
Michele L Luisi over 8 years ago
Dan Poirier over 8 years ago
Cornelia Lotito over 8 years ago
Neil Cooke almost 9 years ago
High Anxiety is a 1977 comedy film produced and directed by Mel Brooks, who also plays the lead. This is Brooks' first film as a producer and first "speaking" lead role (his first lead role was in Silent Movie). Veteran Brooks ensemble members Harvey Korman, Cloris Leachman and Madeline Kahn are also featured. The film is a parody of suspense films, most obviously the films directed by Alfred Hitchcock, Vertigo in particular. The movie was dedicated to Hitchcock, who sent Brooks a bottle of wine to show his appreciation. Brooks' character, Dr. Richard H. Thorndyke, arrives as new administrator of The Psycho-Neurotic Institute for the Very, Very Nervous to discover some suspicious happenings. When he's framed for murder, Dr. Thorndyke must confront his own anxiety disorder, "high anxiety," in order to prove his innocence. The story begins at Los Angeles airport, where Thorndyke encounters several odd occurrences. He then leaves for the institute with his driver, Brophy. Upon his...
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