The Naked Gun 2 1/2: The Smell of Fear

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Leslie Nielsen returns as the intrepid and accident-prone Lt. Frank Drebin in Naked Gun 2 1/2: The Smell of Fear, "un film de David Zucker." This second feature film from the "Police Squad!" series finds Drebin as a guest at a White House dinner, receiving an award for shooting his 1,000th drug dealer, although he admits to shooting only 998 -- he ran over the last two in his car. "Luckily, they turned out to be drug dealers". Also at the White House dinner is energy czar Dr. Albert S. Meinheimer Richard ...
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Leslie Nielsen returns as the intrepid and accident-prone Lt. Frank Drebin in Naked Gun 2 1/2: The Smell of Fear, "un film de David Zucker." This second feature film from the "Police Squad!" series finds Drebin as a guest at a White House dinner, receiving an award for shooting his 1,000th drug dealer, although he admits to shooting only 998 -- he ran over the last two in his car. "Luckily, they turned out to be drug dealers". Also at the White House dinner is energy czar Dr. Albert S. Meinheimer Richard Griffiths, whom President George Bush John Roarke has chosen to start a new national energy policy. Since Meinheimer believes in promoting alternative energy resources, the evil leaders of the polluting energy industries coal, oil, and nuclear power--or the lobby groups SMOKE, SPILL and KABOOM are horrified at Bush's choice. Joining together with arch-villain Quentin Hapsburg Robert Goulet, they plan to kidnap the real Meinheimer and substitute a fake Meinheimer in his place who will enact energy policy according to the dictates of the energy lobby. Drebin becomes deeply involved in the conspiracy when he runs into his ex-girl friend Jane Priscilla Presley, who is not only Meinheimer's public relations director but also Hapsburg's current paramour.
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Editorial Reviews

All Movie Guide - Karl Williams
The second in a trilogy of comedies based on a failed TV series, The Naked Gun 2 1/2: The Smell of Fear (1991) exemplified the absurd, slapstick, lowbrow humor of director David Zucker, his brother Jerry Zucker, and their partner Jim Abrahams, characterized by sight gags, non sequiturs, broad acting, celebrity cameos, wordplay, pratfalls, expletives, and bodily functions. The films in the "Naked Gun" trilogy began as a six-episode midseason replacement TV series called Police Squad! (1982), a knowing send-up of such 1970s TV detective dramas as Cannon and Barnaby Jones. As with the Zucker Abrahams Zucker team's box office blockbuster Airplane! (1980), which mocked the clich├ęs of the disaster epic, the newest creation spoofed the conventions of the crime drama, from its characters (a shoeshine boy who was an all-too-knowing informant) to its stylistic elements (the show-closing "freeze frame," which wasn't really frozen). When Police Squad! failed to become a hit, the Zucker Abrahams Zucker team successfully transformed the concept into a feature film, altering the emphasis from wicked satire to broad farce. As in the TV show and first film, star Leslie Nielsen, who had been a staple of tough-guy parts for decades, masterfully underplayed his lead role of Lt. Frank Drebin, a wooden, all-American version of Inspector Clouseau. Delivering every line without inflection and remaining unperturbed by even the most disturbing or humiliating event, Nielsen was given a second career in cartoon-like comedy roles because of his fame as Drebin. Less was required of the supporting parts, filled by such figures as Priscilla Presley, O.J. Simpson, and Robert Goulet, all lampooning their public images.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 1/1/2013
  • UPC: 883929302536
  • Original Release: 1991
  • Source: Paramount Catalog
  • Region Code: 1
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 34,058

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Leslie Nielsen Lt. Frank Drebin
Priscilla Presley Jane Spencer
George Kennedy Ed Hocken
O.J. Simpson Nordberg
Robert Goulet Quentin Hapsburg
Richard Griffiths Dr. Meinheimer/Earl Hacker
Jacqueline Brookes Commissioner Brumford
Anthony James Hector Savage
Lloyd Bochner Baggett
Tim O'Connor Fenzwick
Ed Williams Ted Olsen
John Roarke George Bush
Margery Ross Barbara Bush
Peter van Norden John Sununu
Gail Neely Winnie Mandela
Colleen Fitzpatrick Blues Singer
Courtney Terrett
Jose Gonzales-Gonzales Mariachi
Sally Rosenblatt Mrs. Redmond
Alexander Folk Crackhouse Cop
Larry McCormick TV Reporter
Cliff Bemis Barbecue Dad
D.D. Howard Barbecue Mom
William Woodson TV Commercial Announcer
Melvin Howard Torme Himself
Zsa Zsa Gabor Herself
Bill Chemerka 'Ladies & Gentlemen, the President...'
Christopher Keene "Hey Ken, Al! Look what I found."
Ken Kerman "Hey, that's a pretty nice clock."
Al Fann "It's 4 minutes too slow."
Tom McGreevey "Very well, sir. It's from the lady."
James Gilstrap 'Always nice to see nice people.'
"Weird Al" Yankovic "You pigs...say your prayers."
Gina Mastrogiacomo "Is this some kind of bust?"
Jeff Wright "Frank, we got that Sure-Grip suck..."
C. Lindsay Workman 'Your coat, sir?'
Datta V. Gokhale 'Hey, what the hell happened to the...'
John Stevens 'Phone call, Commissioner'
Charlotte Zucker "For a man in a wheelchair, he gets..."
Don Pugsley "He's wired!"
Carlos Betancourt 'Ojala que se majore pronto!'
Bernardo Marquez 'Recuerdos a todos.'
Margarito Mendoza "Puede decirme donde esta la casa de..."
Claude Jay McLin 'Yeah!'
Manny Perry "Let's get him."
Alex Zimmerman "Yeah!"
Raynor Scheine "You're on my groin."
John Fleck "If that's your attitude, forget it."
Susan Breslau Party Guest
Leslie Maier Party Guest
Ron Rosenblatt Mr. Redmond
Jennifer Kretchmer Barbecue Girl
Ryan Harrison Barbecue Boy
David Zucker Davy Crockett
Robert Weil George Russell
Robert Weiss Obstetrician
Robert LoCash FBI Agent
Burton Zucker Lab Technician
Lewis Friedman Lab Technician
Bob Reitman Lab Technician
Gene Mueller Lab Technician
Gino Salomone Lab Technician
Robert J. Elisberg McTigue
Mindy Newborn Slave to the Composer
Jan Campbell Lady in Waiting
Wendy Hogan Lady in Waiting
Mark Richman Dunwell
Don McLeod Gorilla
Technical Credits
David Zucker Director, Screenwriter
Stephen Abrums Makeup
Charles Butcher Set Decoration/Design
Taryn de Chellis Costumes/Costume Designer
Michael Ewing Associate Producer
Miranda Garrison Choreography
Christopher Greenbury Editor
James R. Symons Editor
Jim Abrahams Executive Producer
John J. Lloyd Production Designer
Robert LoCash Associate Producer
Mindy Marin Casting
Mickey Michaels Set Decoration/Design
Mike Millar Special Effects
Gil Netter Executive Producer
Ira Newborn Score Composer
Pat Proft Screenwriter
John D. Schofield Co-producer
Jim Scribner Makeup
Robert M. Stevens Cinematographer
James Tocci Set Decoration/Design
Robert Weiss Producer
Jerry Zucker Executive Producer
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Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. Bush Whacked
2. Opening Credits
3. Bombshell
4. Picking Up the Pieces
5. Police Blues
6. The Hapsburg Empire
7. Tanks a Lot
8. Dangerous Moves
9. Guns and Roses
10. Feet of Clay
11. Dropping In
12. Double Trouble
13. Plan B
14. Proposals
15. End Credits
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Side #1 --
   Set Up
      Audio Options
         English Dolby Surround
         English 5.1 Surround
      Subtitle Options
         English for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing
   Special Features
      Teaser Trailer
      Theatrical Trailer
      Group Commentary With David Zucker, Robert Weiss and Peter Tilden
   Scene Selection
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Best Movie Ever!

    This a 5 star 2 thumbs up movie. I would recomend it strongly to anyone who wants to see a great comedy movie.

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