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Writer:
Theodore J. Flicker (written by)
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Release Date:
21 December 1967 (USA) See more »
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Tagline:
Only two people on earth want Sidney Schaefer alive. Sidney Schaefer. And the President of the United States. See more »
Plot:
At first, Dr. Sidney Schaefer feels honored and thrilled to be offered the job of the President's Analyst... See more » | Add synopsis »
Awards:
1 nomination See more »
User Reviews:
Drugs, death and John Adams, too. See more (59 total) »

Cast

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James Coburn ... Dr. Sidney Schaefer
Godfrey Cambridge ... Don Masters
Severn Darden ... V.I. Kydor Kropotkin
Joan Delaney ... Nan Butler

Pat Harrington Jr. ... Arlington Hewes (as Pat Harrington)
Barry McGuire ... Old Wrangler
Jill Banner ... Snow White

Eduard Franz ... Ethan Allan Cocket
Walter Burke ... Henry Lux

Will Geer ... Dr. Lee-Evans

William Daniels ... Wynn Quantrill

Joan Darling ... Jeff Quantrill
Sheldon Collins ... Bing Quantrill

Arte Johnson ... Sullivan

Martin Horsey ... 1st Puddlian
William Beckley ... 2nd Puddlian

Kathleen Hughes ... White House Tourist
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Walt Davis ... Phoneman (uncredited)
John Gunn ... FBR Agent (uncredited)
Pitt Herbert ... White House Tour Guide (uncredited)

Soon-Tek Oh ... Chinese Agent (uncredited)
Dyanne Thorne ... Cocktail Waitress (uncredited)

Hank Worden ... Dirty Old Man (uncredited)
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Directed by
Theodore J. Flicker 
 
Writing credits
Theodore J. Flicker (written by)

Produced by
Howard W. Koch .... executive producer
Stanley Rubin .... producer
 
Original Music by
Paul Potash 
Lalo Schifrin 
 
Cinematography by
William A. Fraker (director of photography)
 
Film Editing by
Stuart H. Pappé 
 
Production Design by
Pato Guzman 
 
Art Direction by
Hal Pereira 
Al Roelofs 
 
Set Decoration by
Robert R. Benton  (as Robert Benton)
Arthur Krams 
 
Costume Design by
Jack Bear 
 
Makeup Department
Sugar Blymyer .... hair stylist (as Maryce Bates)
Emile LaVigne .... makeup artist
Nellie Manley .... hair style supervisor
Wally Westmore .... makeup supervisor
 
Production Management
William Davidson .... unit production manager (as William C. Davidson)
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Kurt Neumann .... assistant director
 
Sound Department
Robert Post .... sound recordist (as Robert L. Post)
John Wilkinson .... sound recordist
 
Visual Effects by
Albert Whitlock .... matte artist (uncredited)
 
Stunts
Roger Creed .... stunts (uncredited)
Larry Duran .... stunts (uncredited)
Kenny Endoso .... stunts (uncredited)
Fred Lerner .... stunts (uncredited)
Bill M. Ryusaki .... stunts (uncredited)
Bill Saito .... stunts (uncredited)
 
Camera and Electrical Department
David M. Walsh .... camera operator (as David Walsh)
Joe Smith .... gaffer (uncredited)
 
Editorial Department
Donald Freeman .... final colorist (uncredited)
 
Music Department
The Clear Light .... music performers: "She's Ready to Be Free"
 
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Runtime:
103 min
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Color (Technicolor)
Aspect Ratio:
2.35 : 1 See more »
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Trivia:
During the filming of this movie on the lower west side of NYC James Coburn was being chased by two fellow actors who were dressed as uniformed cops. Shouting "Stop Stop", they chased Coburn around a corner and into a real on-duty uniformed NYC police officer. The officer dropped Coburn with one blow from his nightstick. Coburn had to seek medical treatment which subsequently stopped the filming for a time.See more »
Goofs:
Continuity: After Nan is moved to a hotel, a camera shadow is visible on the CEA director and Sidney as the director pulls Sidney to the right.See more »
Quotes:
Dr. Sidney Schaefer:If I was a psychiatrist, which I am, I would say that I was turning into some sort of paranoid personality, which I am!See more »
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Soundtrack:
Joy to the WorldSee more »

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19 out of 21 people found the following review useful.
Drugs, death and John Adams, too., 1 May 2006
Author: copper1963 from Staten Island, New York

When James Coburn passed away in 2002, it was sad to see how little fanfare was generated by this event. Coburn's resume is as strong as any actor of the Sixties and Seventies. For almost a decade, Coburn played in some of the strangest and most unorthodox films of the era. Everyone knows that he capably spoofed the popular spy genre with his "Flint" films. But it wasn't until he became the President's analyst that he really hit his stride. The fabulous panoramic views of a pre-World Trade Center New York duel with the more grimy shots of the Manhattan Garment District. Look for a humorous assassination involving a knife and a clothing pushcart. Nostalgic observation: the New York Skyline appears the way it does on the New York Mets' uniform patch. The plot concerns the President's need for a head shrinker. Wanted: a man who can be trusted with the leader of the free world's secrets. Grandpa Walton (Will Gear) shows up as the President's prior therapist. He is wonderful as always. Edgy pop singer, Barry McGuire, plays a stoner with a catchy song on his acoustic guitar. One memorable sequence combines McGuire's tune (something about "changes") and a team of assassins in a field, attempting to kill our hero, Coburn. The killers use everything from guns to gas to blow darts. Even a net. In widescreen, the final shot of the movie resonates with a sly, satirical nod to the genre. The villain of the piece comes as a big surprise to anyone under the age of forty: think telephone exchanges and room-size computers. And mix. Bravo!

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