Tunnel Vision (Tunnelvision) (1995)





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A committee investigating TV's first uncensored network examines a typical day's programming, which includes shows, commercials, news programs, you name it. What they discover will surely crack you up! This outrageous and irreverent spoof of television launched the careers of some of the greatest comedians of all time.
Comedy , Mystery & Suspense
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Philip Proctor
as Christian A. Broder
Phil Proctor
as Christian A. Broder
Howard Hesseman
as Senator McMannus
Ernie Anderson
as Quant O'Neill/Subway Reporter/Announcer
Chevy Chase
as Himself
Rick Hurst
as Father Phaser Gun
Roger Bowen
as Kissinger
Edwina Anderson
as Melanie Edwards
James Bacon
as Gene Scallion
Ron Silver
as Dr. Manuel Labor
Roberta Kent
as Mrs. Betty Purvis
Lorry Goldman
as Pierre Skooché/Son
Gerrit Graham
as Freddie
Pamela Toll
as Street Attendant
Sam Riddle
as Warren Welt
Betty Thomas
as Bridgit Bert Richards
Joe Flaherty
as Carl Michaelevich
Bart Williams
as Smilin' Ed McDonnelly
Ron Prince
as Pete Bagliani
Nellie Bellflower
as Girl/Mrs. Pat Borzak/Announcer
Frank von Zerneck
as Winfield Carmichael
Doug Steckler
as Pregnant Man
Wayne Satz
as Ray Thompson
William Schallert
as Francis X. Cody
Frank Alesia
as Frank Zorby
Howard Storm
as Ralph Stevens
Julie Mannix
as Mother
Terri Seigel
as Esmeralda
Neal Israel
as Rabbi Rabinowitz/Hippie #2
John Candy
as Agent Cooper
Mary McCusker
as Carol/Butch Girl
Jimmy Martinez
as Police Comic
Rod Gist
as Lieutenant/Herb Mealy
Jose Kent
as Lembeck
Danny Dark
as Steve Garvey/Announcer
Kurt Taylor
as Nixon's Roommate
Joe Roth
as Player-Announcer
C.D. Taylor
as Disturbed Man
Bob McClurg
as CIA Man/R.C. Call
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Critic Reviews for Tunnel Vision (Tunnelvision)

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Audience Reviews for Tunnel Vision (Tunnelvision)


Not politically correct (especially today, although no race, creed, color, or gender is spared). Fans of SNL, Second City or Firesign Theatre will enjoy.

Dan Wilkerson
Dan Wilkerson

Where is the 1976 version of this title? A rough gross comedy. The movie poster had an eye peeking out between a woman's lips. That was not a bad movie. The Rotten Tomatoes guys are fucked up on this one. They have it crossed with a shitty Aussie murder movie. zzzz

D Garce
D Garce

A bit funny. A bit racist. A some is just unfunny crudeness. Well it's amusing, and an interesting look at future TV. Some of it has come true, most of it, thank god, hasn't.

Patrick Dolan
Patrick Dolan

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