The Naked Gun 2½: The Smell of Fear
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Lt. Frank Drebin (Leslie Nielsen) works now at the White House, taking care of the security of the President George Bush (Johan Roarke) and his wife (Margery Ross). Representatives from all energy sources are present at the dinner. As usual, Frank wrecks dinner and is implied that he sends Barbara Bush to hospital. Zsa Zsa Gabor (Zsa Zsa Gabor) slaps the bell which is following her.

Frank ex-girlfriend Jane Spencer (Priscilla Presley) has a new lover, Dr Albert S. Meinheimer (Richard Griffiths). He's also his boss, because she wors as a PR representative. Norm (Christopher J. Keene) finds a bomb on the white paper basket. He shows it to other guards (Ken Kerman & Al Fann) who set the clock on time and the bomb goes off killing only the guards.

Captain Ed Hocken (George Kennedy) investigates the case. Frank sees Jane and stares her in adoration.

O.J. Simpson ... Nordberg

Robert Goulet ... Quentin Hapsburg

Richard Griffiths ... Dr. Albert S. Meinheimer / Earl Hacker

Jacqueline Brookes ... Commissioner Anabell Brumford

Anthony James ... Hector Savage Lloyd Bochner ... Terence Baggett

Tim O'Connor ... Donald Fenswick

Peter Mark Richman ... Arthur Dunwell

Ed Williams ... Ted Olsen

Peter Van Norden ... Chief of Staff John Sununu

Gail Neely ... Winnie Mandela

Colleen Fitzpatrick ... Blues Singer at Blue Note Club

Sally Rosenblatt ... Mrs. Redmond

Alexander Folk ... Crackhouse Cop

Jose Gonzales-Gonzales ... Mariachi (as Jos Gonzles-Gonzles) Larry McCormick ... TV Reporter

Cliff Bemis ... Barbecue Dad

D.D. Howard ... Barbecue Mom

William Woodson ... Hexagon Oil Commercial Announcer Mel Torm ... Himself - Party Guest Dancing with Jane

Zsa Zsa Gabor ... Herself

Bill Chemerka ... White House Announcer

Tom McGreevey ... Waiter (as Thomas McGreevey) James Gilstrap ... Sam, Blue Note Club Pianist

'Weird Al' Yankovic ... Police Station Thug

Gina Mastrogiacomo ... Monique De Carlo - Sex Shop Worker

Jeff Wright ... Sex Shop Assistant C. Lindsay Workman ... Banquet Doorman Gokul ... Apartment Resident (as Datta V. Gokhale) John Stevens ... Banquet Butler Charlotte Zucker ... Banquet Lady

Don Pugsley ... Warehouse Thug Carlos Betancourt ... Mariachi #2 Bernardo Mrquez ... Mariachi #3 Margarito Mendoza ... Mariachi #4 Lee Terri ... Wheelchair Assault Witness Claude Jay McLin ... Jock #1

Manny Perry ... Jock #2 Alex Zimmerman ... Jock #3 Raynor Scheine ... Explosion Thug #1 John Fleck ... Explosion Thug #2 Susan Breslau ... Banquet Woman #1 Leslie Maier ... Banquet Woman #2 Ron Rosenblatt ... Mr. Redmond

Jennifer Segal ... Barbecue Daughter (as Jennifer Kretchmer)

Ryan Harrison ... Barbecue Son David Zucker ... Davy Crockett Robert Weil ... George Russell

Robert K. 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, Police Sketch Artist Mindy Newborn ... Slave to the Composer Jan Campbell ... Lady in Waiting Wendy Hogan ... Lady in Waiting

Nathaniel Bellamy Jr. ... Basketball Player (uncredited)

Lisa Nunziella ... Dancer (uncredited)

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