High Anxiety - (Original Trailer)
Mel Brooks must come to terms with his own High Anxiety (1977) in this loving parody of the films of Alfred Hitchcock.
High Anxiety (1977) -- (Movie Clip) A Mr. MacGuffin Called
More waves of Hitchcock from writer-director Mel Brooks, as rattled shrink Thorndyke, arriving at the Hyatt Regency San Francisco with Brophy (Ron Carey), dealing with Jack Riley at the desk, co-writer Barry Levinson carrying bags, and an agorophobic episode, in the comic tributeHigh Anxiety, 1977.
High Anxiety (1977) -- (Movie Clip) Dedicated To The Master
Writer, director and star Mel Brooks establishes from the start that his film is meant as a tribute to Alfred Hitchcock, then gets busy on the airplane, then accosted after landing at LAX by a guy in a trenchcoat (Bob Ridgely), in High Anxiety, 1977.
High Anxiety (1977) -- (Movie Clip) You're The Cocker's Daughter?
Preparing to address the psychiatric association, afflicted Dr. Thorndyke (writer-director Mel Brooks) is interrupted by the first appearance of Madeline Kahn as Victoria Brisbane, daughter of a wealthy patient, in Brooks' Hitchcock send-up, High Anxiety, 1977.