National Lampoon's: Movie Madness

Overview

Originally divided into four segments and now cut to three, National Lampoon Goes to the Movies is a story about a man who is determined to get in touch with himself and sends his wife away so she can do the same thing. The next tale features a female business magnate who wreaks appropriate revenge on her arrogant male colleagues, and the last vignette has a virtuously pure policeman Robby Benson becoming as cynical as his partner Richard Widmark. Each skit makes internal references to other movies, movie ...
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Overview

Originally divided into four segments and now cut to three, National Lampoon Goes to the Movies is a story about a man who is determined to get in touch with himself and sends his wife away so she can do the same thing. The next tale features a female business magnate who wreaks appropriate revenge on her arrogant male colleagues, and the last vignette has a virtuously pure policeman Robby Benson becoming as cynical as his partner Richard Widmark. Each skit makes internal references to other movies, movie directors, or classic movie characters, which may enhance the viewing for movie buffs but does not change the generally dull and unfunny material.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 12/23/2014
  • UPC: 883904304401
  • Original Release: 1981
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  • Source: Mgm Mod
  • Presentation: Wide Screen
  • Language: English
  • Time: 1:29:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 46,318

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Peter Riegert Jason Cooper
Diane Lane Liza
Candy Clark Susan Cooper
Teresa Ganzel Diana
Anne Dusenberry Dominique Corsaire
Robert Culp Paul Everest
Titos Vandis Nixos Naxos
Bobby Di Cicco Nicholas Naxos
Joe Spinell Agent/M. C
Margaret Whitton First Lady
Fred Willard President
Olympia Dukakis Helena Naxos
Mary Woronov Secretary
Robby Benson Brent Falcone
Richard Widmark Stan Nagurski
Christopher Lloyd Samuel Starkman
Barry Diamond Junkie
Elisha Cook Jr. Mousy
Julie Kavner Mrs. Falcone
Sam Gilman Sergeant
Henny Youngman Lawyer
Bill Kirchenbauer Crazed husband
Irene Forrest Crazed wife
Harry Reems Vice Squad Cop
Bob Giraldi
Richard Miller Hans Klefner
Rhea Perlman Little Jewish Prostitute
Technical Credits
Bob Giraldi Director
Henry Jaglom Director
Jerry Ballew Asst. Director
Tony Brand Asst. Director
Tod Carroll Screenwriter
James Coblentz Editor
Charles Correll Cinematographer
Tak Fujimoto Cinematographer
Bud S. Isaacs Editor
James Larue Sound/Sound Designer
Alexander A. Mayer Art Director
Matty Simmons Producer
Andrew Stein Score Composer
Charles Wilborn Sound/Sound Designer
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