Don't Worry, We'll Think of a Title (1966)





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After losing their jobs in a seedy diner, a pair of bumblers accept jobs at their friend's bookstore and throw the place into complete disorder. This strained farce soon finds the blunderers dealing with a case of mistaken identity, Russian secret agents, and incompetent bank robbers, amongst other problems.
Action & Adventure , Classics , Comedy , Mystery & Suspense
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United Artists

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Rose Marie
as Annie
Morey Amsterdam
as Charlie Yuckapuck
Tim Herbert
as Seed / Samu
Richard Deacon
as Mr. Travis / Police Chief
Jack Heller
as Mr. Big
Joey Adams
as 1st Guy
Andy Albin
as 2nd Guy
Michael D. Ford
as Jim Holliston
Michael Ford
as Jim Holliston
January Jones
as Magda Anders
Henry Corden
as Lerowski
Peggy Mondo
as Fat Lady
Percy Helton
as Fat Man
LaRue Farlow
as The Lover
Moe Howard
as Mr. Raines
Yau Shan Tung
as Chinese Girl
Arline Hunter
as Girl Student
Annazette Chase
as 2nd Student
Gregg Amsterdam
as Boy Student
Darryl Vaughan
as Athlete
Danny Thomas
as Diner Customer (uncredited)
Forrest Tucker
as Romantic Diner Customer (uncredited)
Irene Ryan
as Granny (uncredited)
Milton Berle
as Bookstore Customer with Rope (uncredited)
Steve Allen
as Bookstore Customer with Little Boy (uncredited)
Carl Reiner
as Bald Bookstore Customer (uncredited)
Nick Adams
as KEB Agent (uncredited)
Cliff Arquette
as KEB Agent (uncredited)
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Critic Reviews for Don't Worry, We'll Think of a Title

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Full Review… | December 11, 2011

The ultimate anti-comedy: so aggressively unfunny that it becomes humorous in spite of itself

April 25, 2005
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Audience Reviews for Don't Worry, We'll Think of a Title


Pretty awful.

jay nixon
jay nixon

Super Reviewer


A humorous film reuniting Amsterdam, Rose Marie, and Deacon from The Dick Van Dyke show. Also has a cameo by Carl Reiner (creator of Dick Van Dyke Show and played Alan Brady on it). Other cameos include Milton Berle, Danny Thomas, stooge Moe Howard, and Beverly Hillbillies' Granny Irene Ryan. Geared towards a specific audience and the film knows it. It never takes itself serious and addresses the audience - it's just one of those "let's have fun" movies. It's a fun spoofish kind of movie.

Tim Meyers
Tim Meyers

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