The Don's Analyst

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The Don's Analyst
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Directed by David Jablin
Produced by David Jablin
James P. Jimirro
Larry Rapaport
Written by David Hurwitz
Starring Robert Loggia
Kevin Pollak
Distributed by Showtime Networks
Paramount Pictures
Release dates
September 6, 1997 (USA)
Running time
103 min
Country United States
Language English

The Don's Analyst is an American TV film that premiered on Showtime in 1997. Starring Robert Loggia, it pre-dated the very similarly plotted movie Analyze This.

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Don Vito Leoni, the Godfather, is clinically depressed. The world has changed and he hasn't. He'd like to retire, but if he left the "family business" to his two idiot sons, they'd be dead in a minute. So he decides to go legit, which convinces everyone that he must be completely off the deep end. To preserve their cushy lives, his dysfunctional family conspires to get him some psychotherapy. So his boys kidnap a "paisan" shrink, and order him to "fix" their father.[1]

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