That's Adequate

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That's Adequate
That's Adequate FilmPoster.jpeg
Directed by Harry Hurwitz
Produced by Harry Hurwitz
Irving Schwartz
John Manocherian
Written by Harry Hurwitz
Starring Tony Randall
James Coco
Robert Downey Jr
Jerry Stiller
Bruce Willis
Ben Stiller
Anne Meara
Narrated by Tony Randall
Cinematography João Fernandes
Distributed by Southgate Entertainment
Release date
  • January 1990 (1990-01)
Running time
82 minutes
Country United States
Language English

That's Adequate is a 1989 mockumentary documenting a fictional Hollywood studio, Adequate Film Studios. Narrated and hosted by Tony Randall, the film features an all-star cast including James Coco (in his final film role), Robert Downey, Jr., Anne Meara, Jerry Stiller, Bruce Willis and Ben Stiller.[1]

It was also the last one for actress Ina Balin, who had also appeared in Hurwitz's previous films such as The Projectionist and The Comeback Trail.


Faux documentary about a fictional Hollywood film studio.



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