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What's Up, Doc? (1972) Movie Information

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Peter Bogdanovich


Barbra Streisand
Ryan O'Neal
Madeline Kahn
Kenneth Mars
Austin Pendleton
Michael Murphy





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Full of crazy, over-the-top twists and turns, this show is an exciting ride from start to finish. Streisand, O'Neal and Kahn are hilarious. Yes, it's dated -- it's over 35 years old, but it's still vary funny.

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12/17/2012 (0 of 0 found this helpful)

"What's Up Doc?" by Yojimbo

A kooky stranger in the shape of Barbra Streisand attaches herself to a stuffy music professor and through a series of coincidences they become involved in a plot to steal a case of priceless jewels and some secret government files. What's Up Doc? is one of those kinds of comedies that busts a gut to be quirky and likeable, but in its attempt to emulate the effortlessly amusing "screwball" comedies of the 1940s it falls rather short. It actually seems rather more dated than the films it is clearly trying to copy (Bringing Up Baby being the most obvious influence) and the chemistry between a very lost looking Ryan O'Neill and Streisand is glaring in its absence; he just comes across as a joyless prig and her fascination with him is almost as bemusing as his seemingly instant change of hear...

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