|Directed by||Peter Bonerz|
|Produced by||Mort Engelberg|
|Written by||Tony Kenrick|
|Music by||David McHugh|
|Editing by||Neil Travis|
|Distributed by||Columbia Pictures|
|Release dates||August 14, 1981|
|Running time||96 min.|
Three therapy patients — Dibley (Gabe Kaplan), whose memory often fails him; Swaboda (Alex Karras), who believes that his late mother is alive and always near him; and Walter (Robert Klein), who has three personalities — want the city to buy them a new car after theirs is totaled by a pothole. Legal means prove to be insufficient, so the three of them hatch a plan to extort the money from the mayor (Arthur Rosenberg).
The tagline is, "You don't have to be crazy to fight the army, the mayor, longshoremen, short lawmen, and City Hall...But it helps."
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