Celebrating Laughter: The Life and Films of Colin Higgins (2018)

Documentary overview celebrating laughter through the work of the late comedy writer/director Colin Higgins known for "Harold and Maude", "Foul Play", "Silver Streak", "Nine to Five" and other feature films.

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Documentary overview celebrating laughter through the work of the late comedy writer/director Colin Higgins known for "Harold and Maude", "Foul Play", "Silver Streak", "Nine to Five" and other feature films.

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28 July 2018 (USA)  »

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$125,000 (estimated)
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It is a little known fact the late comedy Writer/Director Colin Higgins provides the "hiss" for Esmie the snake in the movie "Foul Play" and the sinister laugh for the "smoke skeleton" in the Lily Tomlin Animated Fantasy sequence in the film "Nine to Five". See more »

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References Nine to Five (1980) See more »

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Main Title Song: Whoever You Are
Written by David Michael Frank and Todd Smallwood
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