High Anxiety



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20th Century Fox

Mel Brooks' renowned spoof of the most famous Hitchcock classics, Vertigo, the Birds, Psycho and Spellbound, is one of his most outrageous comedy classics. After a Harvard psychiatrist (Brooks) takes over the Psycho Neurotic Institute for the Very, Very Nervous after the last director dies under suspicious circumstances. He soon finds himself to be in the company of some very strange colleagues, including longtime Brooks collaborators Cloris Leachman and Harvey Korman, with Madeline Kahn as Victoria Brisbane, the eccentric daughter of a patient at the institute and Thorndyke's love interest.

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Director: Mel Brooks
Producer: Mel Brooks
Actor: Mel Brooks
Actor: Madeline Kahn
Actor: Cloris Leachman
Actor: Harvey Korman
Actor: Ron Carey
Actor: Rudy DeLuca
Actor: Barry Levinson
Actor: Alan U. Schwartz
Actor: Albert J. Whitlock
Actor: Bernie Kuby
Actor: Bryan Englund
Actor: Bullets Durgom
Actor: Jimmy Martinez
Actor: Mitchell Bock
Actor: Robert Manuel
Actor: Robert Ridgely
Actor: Howard Morris
Actor: Dick Van Patten
Actor: Jack Riley
Actor: Charlie Callas
Actor: Ron Clark
Actor: Lee Delano
Actor: Richard Stahl
Actor: Darrell Zwerling
Actor: Murphy Dunne
Actor: Al Hopson
Actor: Bob Ridgely
Actor: Pearl Shear
Actor: Albert J Whitlock
Actor: Arnold Soboloff
Actor: Eddie Ryder
Actor: Sandy Helberg
Actor: Frederic Franklyn
Actor: Bernard Kuby
Actor: Billy Sands
Actor: Deborah Dawes
Actor: Ira Miller
Actor: Beatrice Colen
Actor: Hunter Von Leer
Actor: John Dennis
Actor: Robin Menken
Actor: Frank Campanella
Actor: Henry Kaiser
Actor: Joe Bellan
Actor: Jay Burton
Actor: Anne Macey
Actor: Alan U Schwartz

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High Anxiety | Mel Brooks