Another Nice Mess
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|Another Nice Mess|
Theatrical release poster.
|Directed by||Bob Einstein|
|Produced by||Jonathan Haze
|Written by||Bob Einstein|
|Music by||Bob Emenegger|
|Distributed by||Fine Films|
|Release dates||September 22, 1972|
|Running time||66 min|
Another Nice Mess is a 1972 comedy film written and directed by Bob Einstein, a former writer for The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour. The film starred Rich Little as Richard Nixon and Herb Voland as Spiro Agnew. The film is presented in the style of a Laurel and Hardy comedy, with Nixon in the Oliver Hardy role, and Agnew in the Stan Laurel role. The film is out of print and hard to find. The film also stars Bruce Kirby, Diahn Williams, Stewart Bradley, and Steve Martin in his film debut.
- Another Fine Mess at the Internet Movie Database
- Another Nice Mess (Classic Television Showbiz blog posting)
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