Enter Laughing: David Kolowitz, a nice young man living with his parents in New York City in 1938, works at a machine repair shop. His parents want David to study to become a pharmacist. But what he really wants is to be an actor like his idol, Ronald Colman. One day, at his friend Marvin's suggestion, David tries out for a part in a play, and gets it, despite his obvious lack of acting experience (not to mention ability). True, it's a rather small part in a low-rent production. Leading the troupe is a washed-up, alcoholic actor who hires David at the urging of his actress-daughter, who finds David "cute." To play his part, David must come up with his own costume - a tuxedo - and pay the house five dollars a week, ostensibly for tuition. But it is David's first acting job, one which calls for him to "enter laughing." And if it doesn't work out - well, there's always pharmacy school.
|Ratings:||IMDB: N/A Metascore: N/A RT: N/A|
|Released:||February 25, 1967|
|Actors:||Arthur Tovey David Opatoshu Don Rickles Elaine May Herbie Faye Jack Gilford Janet Margolin Jose Ferrer Lillian Adams Mantan Moreland Michael J Pollard Milton Frome Nancy Kovack Patrick Campbell Peter Brocco Phil Arnold Ralph Montgomery Reni Santoni Richard Deacon Rob Reiner Shelley Winters|
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marija_marija : what. i am very confused. but i kinda liked it
annelapham : Didn't think I'd like this movie as I'm not into HIGH TESTOSTERONE flix, or the ...
Dunkleosteus : Meh, they make way too big a deal out of that wind tunnel model.  They act as ...
deco2gogo : I could only make it halfway through. The acting is crap, the script is corny, a ...