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Analyze This -- A frantic psychiatrist's life is turned upside down when he is forced to treat a domineering mob boss whose dirty secret is his fear of ordering a hit.
Analyze This -- A comedy about a psychiatrist (Crystal) whose number one-patient is an insecure mob boss (De Niro.)


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  (in credits order) (verified as complete)

Robert De Niro ... Paul Vitti

Billy Crystal ... Dr. Ben Sobel

Lisa Kudrow ... Laura MacNamara Sobel

Chazz Palminteri ... Primo Sidone

Kresh Novakovic ... '50s Gangster (as Kresimir Novakovic)

Bart Tangredi ... Young Vitti Sr.

Michael Straka ... Young Dominic Manetta
Joseph Rigano ... Dominic Manetta (as Joe Rigano)

Joe Viterelli ... Jelly
Richard C. Castellano ... Jimmy Boots (as Richard Castellano)

Molly Shannon ... Caroline

Max Casella ... Nicky Shivers
Frank Pietrangolare ... Tuna

Kyle Sabihy ... Michael Sobel

Bill Macy ... Dr. Isaac Sobel

Rebecca Schull ... Dorothy Sobel

Pat Cooper ... Salvatore Masiello

Leo Rossi ... Carlo Mangano

Aasif Mandvi ... Dr. Shulman
Neil Pepe ... Carl

Tony Darrow ... Moony
Michael Haley ... Producer (as R.M. Haley)

Ian Marioles ... Soundman

Donnamarie Recco ... Sheila

Vince Cecere ... Tino
Jimmie Ray Weeks ... FBI Agent Steadman
Bob Cea ... FBI Agent Ricci (as Robert Cea)

William Hill ... FBI Agent Provano
Ira Wheeler ... Scott MacNamara
Luce Ennis ... Belinda MacNamara

Elizabeth Bracco ... Marie Vitti
Gina Gallagher ... Theresa Vitti
Francesca Mari ... Anna Vitti
Vinny Vella Jr. ... Anthony Vitti (as Vincent Vella Jr.)
Mickey Bruno ... Miami Soldier
Dave Corey ... Miami Hall Guard
Fred Workman ... Justice of the Peace

Daniel W. Barringer ... Dream Sequence Gunman

John Polce ... Dream Sequence Gunman (as John J. Polce)
Drew Eliot ... Priest at Funeral
Grace DeSena ... Tommy Angels' Widow
New York Joe Catalfumo ... Exuberant Mourner
Michael Guarino Jr. ... Stevie Beef

Michael Harkins ... Paretti's Family

Paula Raflo ... Paretti's Family
Ondine Harris ... Paretti's Family

Matthew Vega ... Paretti's Family
Clem Caserta ... Handsome Jack

Tony Ray Rossi ... Potatoes
Judith Kahan ... Elaine Felton
Ted Neustadt ... Rabbi
Pasquale Cajano ... Joe Baldassare
Gene Ruffini ... Frankie Zello
Alfred Sauchelli Jr. ... Mo-Mo
Tony DiBenedetto ... Johnny 'Bigs'
Frank Aquilino ... Eddie 'Cokes'

Tony Bennett ... Himself
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Albert Anastasia ... Himself (archive footage)
Joseph Bonanno ... Himself (archive footage)
Frank Costello ... Himself (archive footage)
Albert Gallo ... Himself (archive footage)
Joe Gallo ... Himself (archive footage)
Larry Gallo ... Himself (archive footage)
Carlo Gambino ... Himself (archive footage)
Vito Genovese ... Himself (archive footage)

Kenny Alfonso ... Car Chase Driver (uncredited)
Tracie Bruce ... Bikini Girl (uncredited)
Phillip V. Caruso ... Wedding Photographer (uncredited)

Anthony Caso ... Johnny Angel (uncredited)
Neal A. Corl ... Mafia Bodyguard (uncredited)

Richard D'Alessandro ... Gangster (uncredited)

Trish Dempsey ... Hotel Guest (uncredited)

Tony Devon ... Bobby Angel (uncredited)
Russell Gibson ... Mafio Capo (uncredited)
Joseph Hardin ... Man in Commercial (uncredited)

Michael Rothberger ... Soldier (uncredited)
Anthony Russo ... Mafia Bodyguard (uncredited)

Directed by
Harold Ramis 
Writing credits
Kenneth Lonergan (story) and
Peter Tolan (story)

Peter Tolan (screenplay) and
Harold Ramis (screenplay) and
Kenneth Lonergan (screenplay)

Produced by
Len Amato .... co-producer
Bruce Berman .... executive producer
Chris Brigham .... executive producer
Billy Crystal .... executive producer
Suzanne Herrington .... associate producer
Jane Rosenthal .... producer
Paula Weinstein .... producer
Original Music by
Howard Shore 
Cinematography by
Stuart Dryburgh (director of photography)
Film Editing by
Craig Herring  (as Craig P. Herring)
Christopher Tellefsen 
Casting by
Ellen Chenoweth 
Laura Rosenthal 
Production Design by
Wynn Thomas 
Art Direction by
Jefferson Sage 
Set Decoration by
Leslie E. Rollins 
Costume Design by
Aude Bronson-Howard 
Makeup Department
Scott W. Farley .... key hair stylist
William A. Farley .... hair stylist: Mr. Crystal
Ilona Herman .... hair stylist: Mr. De Niro
Ilona Herman .... makeup artist: Mr. De Niro
Michael Laudati .... key makeup artist
Richard Marin .... hair stylist: Ms. Kudrow
Peter Montagna .... makeup artist: Mr. Crystal
Collier Strong .... makeup artist: Ms. Kudrow
Jay Cannistraci .... key makeup artist: Miami (uncredited)
Sharon Kalb .... makeup artist: Miami (uncredited)
Production Management
Chris Brigham .... unit production manager
Scott Hornbacher .... unit manager: Miami
Helene Mulholland .... post-production supervisor
Denise Pinckley .... unit production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Robert C. Albertell .... second assistant director
Joan G. Bostwick .... second second assistant director (as Joan Bostwick)
Michael Haley .... first assistant director
Kellie JoTackett .... second second assistant director: Miami
Helen Rella .... dga trainee
Art Department
Harold Collins .... construction foreman: Miami
Peter Damien .... construction coordinator: Miami
John R. Ford .... assistant property master (as John Ford)
Jeffrey L. Glave .... scenic charge (as Jeff Glave)
Robert Griffon Jr. .... property master (as Bob Griffon)
Erik Knight .... art department coordinator
John McDonnell .... assistant property master
Carlos Menéndez .... art director: Miami (as Carlos A. Menendez)
Joseph Proscia .... lead man (as Joe Proscia)
Raymond M. Samitz .... construction coordinator (as Raymond Samitz)
Loren Weeks .... assistant art director
Nancy Winters .... assistant art director
Peter DeCurtis .... set dresser (uncredited)
James Donahue .... scenic artist (uncredited)
Warren Drummond .... storyboard artist (uncredited)
Stephen I. Erdberg .... assistant props (uncredited)
Michael Herlihy .... carpenter (uncredited)
Richard E. Kruder .... on-set dresser: Florida (uncredited)
Todd MacNicholl .... key construction grip (uncredited)
Christine Moosher .... art department (uncredited)
John Nyomarkay .... assistant art director (uncredited)
Malcolm Reid .... shop craftsman (uncredited)
Roger Sherman .... scenic artist (uncredited)
Cheryl Stewart .... props (uncredited)
Cary Whittaker .... set dresser (uncredited)
Sound Department
Randle Akerson .... sound effects editor
Michael J. Benavente .... supervising adr editor
Sandy Berman .... sound designer
Sandy Berman .... sound supervisor
David Boulton .... adr mixer
David Burk .... assistant sound editor
Kevin E. Carpenter .... sound re-recording mixer
Gloria D'Alessandro .... dialogue editor
Patrick J. Foley .... dialogue editor (as Patrick Foley)
Anthony Franco .... assistant sound editor
Meredith Gold .... assistant sound editor (as H.R.H. Meredith Gold)
Michael Herbick .... sound re-recording mixer
Hilda Hodges .... foley artist
Nicholas Vincent Korda .... supervising adr editor
Toussaint Kotright .... cable person
Les Lazarowitz .... production sound mixer
Kelly Mahan-Jaramillo .... assistant sound editor
Kathleen McCart .... digital playback operator
Tom Nelson .... production sound mixer: Miami
Josephine Nericcio .... assistant adr editor
Thomas J. O'Connell .... adr mixer
Mark Pappas .... supervising foley editor
Neil Riha .... boom operator
Gary Ritchie .... digital playback operator
John Roesch .... foley artist (as John B. Roesch)
Gregory H. Watkins .... sound re-recording mixer
David A. Whittaker .... sound effects editor (as David Whittaker)
Robb Wilson .... assistant sound editor
Gary Wright .... foley editor
Marilyn Graf .... foley mixer (uncredited)
Mike Schmidt .... cable person: Florida (uncredited)
Special Effects by
Mark Bero .... special effects
Wilfred Caban .... special effects
Kevin Harris .... special effects foreman: Miami
Steven Kirshoff .... special effects coordinator (as Steve Kirshoff)
Durk Tyndall .... special effects: Miami
Visual Effects by
Randall Balsmeyer .... visual effects supervisor
Daniel Leung .... digital compositing supervisor (uncredited)
Matt McDonald .... digital compositor (uncredited)
Bill Anagnos .... stunts
Daniel W. Barringer .... stunt coordinator
Paul Bucossi .... stunts
Vic Bucossi .... stunts
Keith Campbell .... stunts
James M. Churchman .... stunts (as James W. Churchman)
Douglas Crosby .... stunts
Norman Douglass .... stunts
Roy Farfel .... stunts
Frank Ferrara .... stunts
Ralph Ferrara .... stunts
Nicholas J. Giangiulio .... stunts
Tony Guida .... stunts
Don Hewitt .... stunts
Donald John Hewitt .... stunt double: Chazz Palminteri (as Donald J. Hewitt)
Jack Lotz .... stunts
Steve Mack .... stunts
Artie Malesci .... stunts
Charles Page .... stunts
Don Picard .... stunts
Michael Russo .... stunts
Steve Santosusso .... stunts (as Stephen Santosusso)
Manny Siverio .... stunts
John Zimmerman .... stunts
Peter Bucossi .... stunts (uncredited)
Camera and Electrical Department
Tom Anderson .... assistant chief lighting technician
Patrick Capone .... camera operator
Phillip V. Caruso .... still photographer
Andrew Casey .... Steadicam operator (as Andy Casey)
Michael Finnerty .... rigging grip
Brian Fitzsimons .... best boy grip
Dennis Gamiello .... key grip
Arturo García .... second assistant camera: "b" camera, Miami
Carlos Omar Guerra .... first assistant camera (as Carlos Guerra)
Lukasz Jogalla .... camera operator: "a" camera
Nils Johnson .... video playback operator
Marvin Lee .... second assistant camera: "a" camera, Miami
Edward W. Lowry .... dolly grip (as Ed Lowry)
Neal Norton .... camera operator: "b" camera, Miami
Douglas Pellegrino .... first assistant camera (as Doug Pellegrino)
Patrick Quinn .... second assistant camera
Scott H. Ramsey .... chief lighting technician (as Scott Ramsey)
Leigh Rathner .... second assistant camera
Kyle Rudolph .... Steadicam operator
Gerard Sava .... first assistant camera
Mark Schwentner .... rigging gaffer
Brian L. Williams .... first assistant camera: "b" camera, Miami (as Brian Williams)
Joe Collins .... first assistant camera (uncredited)
Jon Delgado .... electrician (uncredited)
James J. Ferris .... electrician (uncredited)
Ray Flynn .... best boy rigging electric (uncredited)
Timothy Healy .... electrician (uncredited)
Michael J. Maurer .... electrician (uncredited)
Jason Micallef .... electrician (uncredited)
Erik Miles .... assistant camera (uncredited)
Tod Olivieri .... rigging electrician (uncredited)
Silvio Riff Romanello .... electrician (uncredited)
Casting Department
Ali Farrell .... casting associate
Amanda Koblin .... casting associate
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Denise Andres .... additional wardrobe
Lynette Bernay .... costumer: Miami (as Lynetie Bernay)
Joanna Brett .... costume supervisor
Julia S. Bubis .... costumer: Miami (as Julia Bubis)
Ellen Falguiere .... costumer: Miami
Sandi Figueroa .... wardrobe: Mr. De Niro
Barbara Hause .... costume supervisor
Heather Holmes .... costumer: Miami
Emily Loreto .... assistant costume designer
Fionnuala M. Lynch .... additional wardrobe (as Fionnuala Lynch)
Marcie Olivi .... wardrobe: Mr. Crystal
Elizabeth Shelton .... assistant costume designer (as Liz Shelton)
Debra Tennenbaum .... assistant costume designer
Emae Villalobos .... costumer: Miami (as Emar Villalobos)
Monica Ruiz-Ziegler .... wardrobe production assistant (uncredited)
Editorial Department
Chris Boscardin .... assistant film editor
Lin Coleman .... first assistant film editor
Kristin Eaton .... assistant film editor
Dale E. Grahn .... color timer (as Dale Grahn)
Penny Lee Hallin .... assistant film editor
Mo Henry .... negative cutter
Sorin Ariel Iarovici .... assistant film editor (as Sorin Iarovici)
Michael Matzdorff .... assistant film editor (as Mike Matzdorff)
Stephen M. Rickert Jr. .... assistant film editor
David Young .... assistant film editor
Bill Daly .... post-production executive (uncredited)
Music Department
Homer Denison .... orchestrator
Jennifer L. Dunnington .... music editor
Dan Evans Farkas .... music editor
John Kurlander .... score mixer
Ryan Shore .... orchestrator
Susan Shufro .... assistant music editor
Robert Cotnoir .... music programmer: synclavier (uncredited)
George Doering .... musician (uncredited)
John Moses .... musician: clarinetist (uncredited)
James Thatcher .... musician: French horn (uncredited)
Transportation Department
Richard Holston .... transportation co-captain
Michael Hyde .... transportation coordinator (as Mike Hyde)
Jon Bergholz .... driver (uncredited)
Other crew
Justin Bartha .... office production aide
Beau Bauman .... office production aide
Richard Bronskill .... auricle operator
Gretchen Bryan .... office production aide
Al Cerullo .... helicopter pilot
Judith Cervenka .... teacher: Miami
Robin Chambers .... assistant: Mr. De Niro
Maria K. Chavez .... location manager: Miami (as Maria Chavez)
K.C. Colebrooke .... teamster captain: Miami
Jennifer Crammer .... assistant: Mr. Ramis
Robyn J. Davis .... assistant production office coordinator
Alex Edlin .... marine safety coordinator: Miami
Stan Eutsey .... production aide: Miami
Betsy Friedman .... production aide
Ralph Gonzalez .... set medic: Miami
Samantha Goodowens .... assistant production office coordinator: Miami (as Samantha Debowsky)
Justin Goudreau .... production aide: Miami
Steven J. Granik .... office production aide
Larry Kaplan .... unit publicist
Caroline Kim .... assistant: Ms. Weinstein
Jamie Klingler .... office production aide
Paul Kramer .... assistant location manager
Linda Labov .... assistant: Ms. Weinstein
Nancy Lefkowitz .... assistant: Ms. Rosenthal
Adam Leichtman .... production aide
Brian Marcus .... office production aide
Justin Marx .... production aide: Miami
Michelle May .... assistant: Ms. Rosenthal
Greyson Miller .... production aide: Miami
Debra Mintz .... production aide
Holly Payberg-Torroija .... assistant: Ms. Kudrow (as Holly Payberg)
Maria Peitersz .... production aide: Miami
Mike Phillips .... accountant
David Price .... production office coordinator: Miami
Don Reinzo .... teamster captain: Miami
Olimpia T. Rinaldi .... assistant accountant
Amy Rosenfeld .... office production aide
Matt Rovner .... office production aide
Holly S. Rymon .... production office coordinator (as Holly Rymon)
Scott Schaeffer .... key set production aide
Brian M. Schwartz .... assistant: Mr. Ramis
Patrick Selts .... set medic: Miami (as Pat Selts)
Chris Sharp .... office production aide
Ian Shive .... office production aide
Carol Sidlow .... assistant: Mr. Crystal
Andrew Maurice Smith .... craft service: Miami (as Andrew M. Smith)
Jason Sosnoff .... office production aide
Robin Squibb .... script supervisor
Michael Stricks .... location manager
Kristen Swanson .... teacher
Kitty Terry .... assistant location manager: Miami
Brenda Ventura .... assistant: Mr. De Niro
Laurel A. Ward .... assistant: Mr. Ramis
Holly Watson .... production secretary
Howard Young .... first assistant accountant: Miami
Mikki Ziska .... production aide
Debbie Acton .... production assistant (uncredited)
Johnny Egan .... production assistant (uncredited)
Lauren Gale .... craft service (uncredited)
Dave Knight .... additional location assistant (uncredited)
Steve Lee .... production assistant (uncredited)
David Ray Martin .... location assistant (uncredited)
Michael Mendelsohn .... financial consultant (uncredited)
Timothy D. Orr .... helicopter pilot (uncredited)
Jonathan Roumie .... location assistant (uncredited)
Marce Sterner .... location assistant (uncredited)
Jeffrey M. Werner .... cutting room intern (uncredited)
Tomoko Yamamoto .... assistant accountant (uncredited)
Howard Young .... assistant production accountant (uncredited)
Lee Lockwood .... special thanks
George Silk .... special thanks
Crew verified as complete

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Also Known As:
"Analyze Me" - Japan (English title)
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Rated R for language, a scene of sexuality and some violence
103 min | Argentina:109 min
Color (Technicolor)
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Originally, the scene in which the couple is discussing their problems in bed with Dr. Sobel (Billy Crystal) was supposed to include only the woman and Dr. Sobel, but Crystal thought it would be funnier if the two of them were present. The man playing the husband is the head of the sound department for the movie, Les Lazarowitz, who being a heavyset guy made the scene even more comical. He deferred the sound mixing duties to his assistant while this scene was being filmed. Coincidentally, Lazarowitz was the boom operator (uncredited) in the fruit stand scene of The Godfather (1972), which is parodied in Analyze This (1999).See more »
Continuity: When the Jeep rear-ends the Lincoln, the dashboard lights are all off, indicating the headlights are off. Outside of the vehicle, the lights are all on.See more »
[when two hit men attack Paul and Ben in a junkyard, Ben grabs Paul's gun and blindly shoots back - he straightens up and sees two dead men]
Dr. Ben Sobel:J-Jelly? Did I do that?
Jelly:No, Doc. That one's mine. You got the '72 Chevy, and the Amana side-by-side refrigerator-freezer.
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Movie Connections:
References The Godfather: Part II (1974)See more »
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14 out of 21 people found the following review useful.
The Don's Analyst., 26 March 2004
Author: MovieAddict2014 from UK

Robert De Niro has one of the best faces in Hollywood. And by that, I mean that a simple facial contortion can send the audience into a fit of laughter, or send a chill down their spine. In "Taxi Driver," his devilish, wide-toothed smile portrayed a sense of fascination and pleasure -- his character was being bombarded with images that made him feel happy, and almost hysterical, in a strange sort of way. When he stared into that mirror and asked whom we were talkin' to, he smiled because he was sick and liked the idea of having the control, and enjoyed picturing the end result.

In "Analyze This," when he stares at Billy Crystal with his iconic "Who you talkin' to?" glare, it is not out of pleasure, but out of sheer amazement. In short, he is asking everyone in the room (and the audience) if he's the only one who's seeing what's going on, and the complete absurdity of it all. Watching De Niro's face in "Analyze This," and listening to the accompanying comical speeches, is the pure pleasure of the film. He steals the show.

Paul Vitti (De Niro) is having problems. Lately he has been unable to work up enough will power to kill hostages, gain an erection, and has been found crying for forty minutes after watching bittersweet commercials on television. Normally this might be considered normal (for the most part, at least), but the problem is that Vitti is a Mob Boss in New York City, meaning that if he can't muster up enough strength to carry out his duties, word of his weaknesses will travel, and he'll soon find himself sleeping with the fishes.

Ben Sobel (Crystal) is a frustrated, failing psychologist trying to raise a son on his own, and keep a relationship with his girlfriend (Lisa Kudrow) from falling apart. When he smashes into the back of Vitti's car, the Mafia kingpin's right-hand-man, Jelly (the late Joe Viterelli), asks him to help out his employer.

Sobel is of course quite reluctant to begin practice on New York's most infamous Mafia figure, but reluctantly does so after being threatened. ("You know who I am?" "Yes." "No you don't." "No I don't." "Have you read about me in the papers?" "Yes." "No you haven't." "I don't even get the paper.")

Meanwhile, a reunion of all the powerful Mafia figures in New York looms ominously nearer, and Sobel finds himself being targeted by the FBI, as well as professional hit men who find themselves being thrown out of hotel windows by Vitti. "Let me guess, he just jumped?" Sobel asks. Vitti is eager to use this as an explanation for the incident.

"Analyze This" is directed by Harold Ramis, the man who crafted "Groundhog Day" with Bill Murray, and who also played Murray's best friend in Ivan Reitman's "Stripes" (1981), about two idiots who join the Army in search of women and quick cash. Here, in what is literally one of his roughest and filthiest films, Ramis is able to poke fun at all the most iconic stereotypes of Italian-American Mafia figures. There's even a great dream sequence that mimics "The Godfather," in which Sobel wanders towards a fruit stand to buy some oranges, and finds himself assassinated by two hit men, with De Niro doing his best impersonation of cry-baby Fredo. Later, when recounting his story to Vitti in a church, the Mafia kingpin asks him, "I was Fredo? I don't think so."

You will find yourself appreciating much more of "Analyze This" if you are familiar with its content. It may not be labeled as such, but in its essence it is a spoof of the last century's best gangster films, borrowing its plot from "The Don's Analyst" and benefiting from a wonderfully surprising (and humorous) performance by De Niro, who stretched his funny bones with Martin Scorsese's "The King of Comedy" and Neil Jordan's "We're No Angels," but masters the feat of effective facial features here. It does indeed help to know a bit about Mafia movies before you see "Analyze This," but even if you don't, you're still guaranteed to have a fun time.

4/5 stars.

- John Ulmer

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