On his girlfriend's insistence, a disgruntled man tries to make peace with his high-spirited, street-smart and often irritatingly careless father, a failed actor who never quit his dream to be a success.
Mickey Gordon is a basketball referee who travels to France to bury his father. Ellen Andrews is an American living in Paris who works for the airline he flies on. They meet and fall in ... See full summary »
Buddy Young was the comic's comic, beloved by everyone. Now, playing to miniscule crowds in nursing homes, it seems like everybody but Buddy realizes that he should retire. As Buddy looks for work in show business, he realizes that the rest of the world has forgotten the golden days of Buddy Young, and that there just may not be room in the business for an old comic like himself. Written by
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Stan explains that rating for Buddy's Saturday night TV show are sliding because the show is opposite Davy Crockett, a serial that actually ran midweek for three weeks on a TV's Disneyland show. See more »
Buddy Young, Jr.:
I'll never forget what my Uncle Moe said about little girls. He said, "Officer, she said she was 18!"
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A truly wonderful film about the life of two brothers, one a successful comedian, and the other his manager/assistant. The film spans their entire lives, from two youngsters performing in the lounge for the family to old age.
A terrific and sad story about the brothers' relationship over the years. Through the film we get a real insight into what drives the Billy Crystal character and his brother.
Written and directed by Crystal himself, the film is so touching, funny and enjoyable.
Top draw film watch it.
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