Hollywood: The Gift of Laughter (1982 TV Movie)
The television show is mentioned by co-host Dom Deluise.
Steve Martin's head turns as did Regan's.
John Williams' score is used comically.
Normand throws pie at Fatty Arbuckle.
Kids put pie in Fatty's face
Chaplin debuts as non-Tramp villain
The "luncheonette battle" scene is shown.
Scene with Ben Turpin and Chaplin
Charlie Chaplin takes advantage of a sliding door to escape the clutches of the law
Chaplin with Coogan
Keaton on horse wagon
Close-up of Harold Lloyd hanging from clock
Mack Sennett as himself
Boulders roll down hill sight gag
Chaplin and Swain eat shoe
Chaplin imitates mechanical man
Harpo chases Kay Frances in lobby of hotel
"One morning I shot an elephant in my pajamas" scene.
Ted Healy interacts with the Three Stooges
Clip is shown of Laurel and Hardy in a sight gag with their body parts twisted
Stan and Ollie in room wuth washtub
Ollie is a patient in a hospital bed. Stanley is there. Hilarity ensues.
Professor Wagstaff (Groucho Marx) addresses the class.
Romantic scene with Nancy Carroll and Grant
"goodness had nothing to do with it"
W.C. Fields is talking to a woman about a dog that bit her
Ollie falling when mast he's painting collaoses
Comedic romantic banter between Grant and West
Shaving and sauna scenes
Comedic romantic banter between West and Grant
Dive to work / Ollie stops leak with nail
Scene with Fields and Skipworth
"Will you marry me? Did he leave you any money? Answer the second question first."
Scene with Young and Fields with pool table
Claudette Colbert demonstrates to Clark Gable how easy it is to get a car to stop for them.
Cary Grant sings "Love Divided by Two"
Fields kicks Baby LeRoy
West bantering with John Miljan.
Breakfast table scene
West wuth Grant Withers
Margaret DuMont pages Otis B. Driftwood, and the crowded stateroom scene is shown.
A clip of the film featuring Grant and Hepburn is shown.
Charlie Chaplin is shown going through the cogs of machinery
Freakish bodies of L&H in final scene. As Oliver Hardy tells Stan "Well, Here's Another Nice Mess You've Gotten Me Into!" and Stan whines
Romantic scene with Harlow and Grant
Grant and Brophy with makeshift catapult
A piano lid falls Cary Grant's hand.
Gracie Allen garbles a phone message for George Burns.
West with Edmund Lowe
Cary Grant and Katharine Hepburn deal with the embarrassment of her torn dress.
Rooney claooing for Garland's singing
Eddie 'Rochester' Anderson shown with a raven on his shoulder
Hall and Gorcey in auditorium
Groucho with midget
Cary Grant and Rosalind Russell quibble about being married and working together
W.C. Fields and Mae West are seen on train
Short clip of Irene Dunne
Abbott and Costello's 'Two Tens for a Five' skit is shown, as well as "Who's on First" sketch.
Fields with wife and mother-in-law
Cary Grant and Katharine Hepburn fall into a pool
Charles (Henry Fonda) trips and falls pulling down a curtain
Abbott and Costello scene in plane
Costello in cowboy hat
Bob Hope tells Willam Bendix his wife is honest
Oliver Hardy uses Stan Laurel as a gong.
Abbott an Costello in Polynesian garb
Abbott and Costello as photographers
Sherlock Holmes awaits the arrival of Olsen and Johnson.
Ritz Brothers ridicule Pangborn's walk
Red Skelton is in a ballerina's tutu.
Cary Grant reacts to a dead body in the window seat.
Dagwood bowls over mailman Eddie Acuff.
Scene with Crosby and Hope
Red (Red Skelton) tangles with a car's window wiper
Judy Garland and Gene Kelly dancing in "Be a Clown" number.
Red Skelton is chased downhill by a farm machine.
Clips of the film featuring Katharine Hepburn and Spencer Tracy are shown.
Slezak intoduces head of Danny Kaye
Donald O'Connor is driving and singing while mule sings along.
Ma and Pa Kettle are in a cab awed by the big city.
Ronald Reagan chides his monkey, Bonzo.
Al (Dean Martin) gets Melvin (Jerry Lewis) ready for a boxing match.
The "Make 'em Laugh" song number is shown.
Scenes with Grant, Rogers, Monroe, and Coburn
A clip of the film featuring Hope and Crosby in a dance routine is shown.
Jack Lemmon and Judy Holliday squabble.
Jack Lemmon sings with Betty Grable.
Jack Lemmon throwing palm tree overboard.
Scene with Kelly kissing Grant
The "the vessel with the pestle" scene is shown.
Scene with Loren and Grant near castle.
Cary Grant and Sophia Loren kissing
Jerry Lewis holding a rabbit, eating a carrot and saying "That's all folks!"
Ending scene is shown with Joe E. Brown and Jack Lemmon
Sellers as Queen
Jack Lemmon tossing back a drink and holding his neck in pain
Cary Grant kisses Doris Day
A clip of the film featuring Crosby and Hope is shown.
Jimmy Durante claims no knowledge of the huge elephant standing behind him.
Jack Lemmon making a face behind Lee Remick
Jack Lemmon as a gendarme on a French street.
James Garner drives a car into Doris Day's swimming pool
Cary Grant sitting behind a desk making faces at Audrey Hepburn
Inspector Clouseau identifies himself.
Dr. Strangelove is in a wheelchair and his arm keeps popping up in a Nazi salute.
Sellers playing piano
Molly Brown (Debbie Reynolds) dancing wildly.
Inspector Clouseau exits a cab and falls into a fountain.
A quick shot of Cary Grant and Leslie Caron
Peter Sellers in a suit of armor.
Dr. Pratt (Peter Sellers) confirming his identity
Peter Sellers falling off a balcony
Pseudolus with Hysterium making a face
Peter Sellers as a blue colored matador
Woody Allen rings gong
Leo (Gene Wilder) gets upset that Max (Zero Mostel) is handling his blue blanket.
Peter Sellers as a film extra blowing a horn after being shot
"It's not spaghetti, it's linguini" scene is shown
Chef Vito Scotti attacks Reynolds in underwear
Shirley MacLaine is dancing to "If They Could See Me Now."
Robert Danvers (Peter Sellers) introducing himself to Marion (Goldie Hawn)
Allen on dance floor
Clips of the film featuring Peter Sellers as the March Hare are shown.
Burt Reynolds flirting with Dyan Cannon in a bar scene.
Black Bart and group sing "I Get No Kick from Champagne," and the ending scene involving western actors running out of the studio gates.
Barbra Streisand driving while a bull's head appears from behind her.
Dr. Frankenstein and Inga with revolving bookcase and candle.
Jack Lemmon complaining to Ann Bancroft about the noisy neighbors
Peter Sellers is shown as Inspector Clouseau in one of his disguises
Walter Matthau and George Burns argue about freshening up the act.
Crowd scene in Reynold's shower
"Does your dog bite?" scene with Peter Sellers and Graham Stark
Clips of the film featuring Diane Keaton and Woody Allen are shown.
Jackie Gleason appears upset
Burt Reynolds charms a stewardess aboard an airplane about to take off.
Gene Wilder rants to Carol Kane about being unique.
Richard (Mel Brooks) gets attacked in a phone booth.
Scene of Dr. Charlie Nichols (Walter Matthau) in drag
Dudley Moore close-up with drink
John Belushi at the toga party.
Scene with Jan Michael-Vincent, Burt Reynolds and Terry Bradshaw in a fight scene
Cheech gets into an accident lifting weights in a gym and Chong tries to help him.
Philo (Clint Eastwood) pretends to shoot Clyde the orangutan with his finger
Walter Matthau attempts to dress an unconscious woman on his bed.
Clips are shown with Miss Piggy
Burt Reynolds takes a polaroid picture of Jill Clayburgh, who is in the shower at the time.
Steve Martin's head spins around
Chauncy Gardner is introduced to the President of the USA.
Variation on the "Walk this way" sight gag
Richard Pryor as the Pharoah is shown
Burt Reynolds attempts to imitate Cary Grant to Lesley-Anne Down
face-slapping sight gag
Chae close-up blowing smoke
Peter Sellers in costume as Dr. Fu Manchu
Prisoners Gene Wilder and Richard Pryor freak out on prison guards.
Violet (Lily Tomlin) in a fantasy scene as Snow White
Richard Pryor pleads for a longer sentence than a judge gives him.
Moses (Mel Brooks) delivers the 15, no 10, commandments from the Lord, and as King Louis XVI, and the "Big Ending" scene.
J.J. McCluer (Burt Reynolds) in a fist fight
Murray and recruits drill for general
Arthur is in the bathtub being attended to by butler Gielgud
Carol Burnett is dressed in a style similar to Carmen Miranda's iconic fashion.