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What's Up, Doc? (9-Mar-1972)

Director: Peter Bogdanovich

Writers: Robert Benton; Peter Bogdanovich; Buck Henry; David Newman

Keywords: Comedy, San Francisco

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Mabel Albertson
Actor
24-Jul-1901 28-Sep-1982 Darrin's mother on Bewitched
Sorrell Booke
Actor
4-Jan-1930 11-Feb-1994 Boss Hogg on Dukes of Hazzard
John Hillerman
Actor
20-Dec-1932   Higgins on Magnum, P.I.
Graham Jarvis
Actor
25-Aug-1930 16-Apr-2003 Canadian-American character actor
Madeline Kahn
Actor
29-Sep-1942 3-Dec-1999 Paper Moon and Blazing Saddles
Kenneth Mars
Actor
14-Apr-1936 12-Feb-2011 The Producers
George Morfogen
Actor
30-Mar-1933   Rebadow on Oz
Michael Murphy
Actor
05-May-1938   An Unmarried Woman
Ryan O'Neal
Actor
20-Apr-1941   Paper Moon
Austin Pendleton
Actor
27-Mar-1940   William Giles on Oz
Randy Quaid
Actor
1-Oct-1950   Parents
Barbra Streisand
Singer
24-Apr-1942   You Don't Bring Me Flowers
M. Emmet Walsh
Actor
22-Mar-1935   Grizzled character actor

REVIEWS

Review by Chip Hayner (posted on 26-Nov-2009)

This is probably my favorite movie of all time. I saw it when it first came out and have watched it on VHS many times. The Austin Pendleton was great, as were all the supporting actors. Madeline Kahn was superb. Barbara Streisand and Ryan Oneal were well directed and had some great moments. The final courtroom scene is probably the best comic courtroom scene ever filmed.


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