Comedy film stubs

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  1. Comedy-drama film stubs

    Comedy-drama film stubs

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  2. Comedy horror film stubs

    Comedy horror film stubs

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  3. Musical comedy film stubs

    Musical comedy film stubs

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  4. Romantic comedy film stubs

    Romantic comedy film stubs

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  5. Silent comedy film stubs

    Silent comedy film stubs

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  6. 1920s comedy film stubs

    1920s comedy film stubs

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  7. 1930s comedy film stubs

    1930s comedy film stubs

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  8. 1940s comedy film stubs

    1940s comedy film stubs

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  9. 1950s comedy film stubs

    1950s comedy film stubs

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  10. 1960s comedy film stubs

    1960s comedy film stubs

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  11. 1970s comedy film stubs

    1970s comedy film stubs

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  12. 1980s comedy film stubs

    1980s comedy film stubs

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  13. 1990s comedy film stubs

    1990s comedy film stubs

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  14. 2000s comedy film stubs

    2000s comedy film stubs

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  15. 2010s comedy film stubs

    2010s comedy film stubs

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  16. Erotic comedy film stubs

    Erotic comedy film stubs

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  17. Short comedy film stubs

    Short comedy film stubs

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  1. Mardi Gras: Spring Break

    Mardi Gras: Spring Break (2011)


    Mardi Gras: Spring Break is a 2011 comedy/road trip film. It stars Nicholas D'Agosto, Josh Gad, Bret Harrison, Arielle Kebbel, Danneel Harris, Regina Hall, and Carmen Electra. It is directed by Phil Dornfield. The film follows a trio of senior college students who visit New Orleans during the Mardi Gras season.

  2. The To Do List

    The To Do List (2013)


    The To Do List is a 2013 American comedy film, released on July 26, 2013. Written and directed by Maggie Carey in her feature film directorial debut, the film stars Aubrey Plaza, Christopher Mintz-Plasse, Scott Porter, and Rachel Bilson. The film is about a recent high school graduate (Plaza), who feels she needs to have more sexual experiences before she starts college.

  3. The Ages of Love

    The Ages of Love (2011)


    The Ages of Love (Italian: Manuale d'amore 3, also known as Manual of Love 3) is a 2011 Italian romantic comedy film consisting of three segments. It was directed by Giovanni Veronesi, and it is a sequel of Manuale d'amore (2005) and Manuale d'amore 2 – Capitoli successivi (2007).

  4. The Young Swingers

    The Young Swingers (1963)


    The Young Swingers is a 1963 American comedy film directed by Maury Dexter and written by Harry Spalding. The film stars Rod Lauren, Molly Bee, Gene McDaniels, Jack Larson, Karen Gunderson and Jo Helton. The film was released in September 1963, by 20th Century Fox.

  5. Sexy Susan Sins Again

    Sexy Susan Sins Again (1968)


    Sexy Susan Sins Again (German: Frau Wirtin hat auch einen Grafen, Italian: Susanna... ed i suoi dolci vizi alla corte del re) is a 1968 Austrian-Italian costume drama-adventure-sex comedy film directed by Franz Antel. It is the first film of the series Frau Wirtin, following the 1967 film The Sweet Sins of Sexy Susan.

  6. Rosie Dixon - Night Nurse

    Rosie Dixon - Night Nurse (1978)


    Rosie Dixon – Night Nurse is a 1978 British comedy film directed by Justin Cartwright and starring Debbie Ash, Carolyne Argyle, Beryl Reid and John Le Mesurier. It was based on a novel by Christopher Wood.

  7. Guardami

    Guardami (1999)


    Guardami is a 1999 Italian drama film written and directed by Davide Ferrario.

  8. I Give It a Year

    I Give It a Year (2013)


    I Give It a Year is a 2013 British comedy film, written and directed by Dan Mazer and starring Rose Byrne, Rafe Spall, Anna Faris and Simon Baker. The film was based and filmed in London and was released on 8 February 2013.

  9. Festival

    Festival (2010)


    Foxy Festival (Hangul페스티발; RRPeseutibal; "Festival") is a 2010 South Korean film with an all-star ensemble cast. It is a character-driven comedy of manners about the secret (and not so secret) sexual lives of a group of interconnected people in an upper-middle class district of Seoul.

  10. A Man with a Maid

    A Man with a Maid (1975)


    What the Swedish Butler Saw is a 1975 Swedish-American erotic sex comedy film directed by Vernon P. Becker and starring Ole Søltoft, Sue Longhurst, Charlie Elvegård and Diana Dors. It is known by several alternative titles including A Man with a Maid, The Groove Room and Champagnegalopp. The film is loosely based on the 1908 erotic novel The Way of a Man with a Maid.

  11. Kiss and Tell

    Kiss and Tell (1945)


    Kiss and Tell is a 1945 American comedy film starring then 17-year-old Shirley Temple as Corliss Archer. In the film, two teenage girls cause their respective parents much concern when they start to become interested in boys. The parents' bickering about which girl is the worse influence causes more problems than it solves.

  12. BoyBand

    BoyBand (2010)


    BoyBand is a comedic feature film released in 2010 that depicts the fictional saga of the first ever American boyband. The film stars Michael Copon, Robert Hoffman, Ryan Hansen, Ryan Pinkston, Ernest Phillips, Lorenzo Hooker III, Kurt Fuller, Ming-Na, Richard Riehle, and Tom Wright. The film was shot entirely in the county of Worcester, Massachusetts and even features a fictional Worcester High School. BoyBand was produced by Worcester based Artigo/Ajemian films. The film was written and directed by Jon Artigo, and produced by Andrea Ajemian. Kaz Gamble produced and recorded the entire soundtrack. The film is also known as BoyBand: Breakin’ through in ’82.

  13. The Auteur

    The Auteur (2008)


    The Auteur is a 2008 American independent mockumentary directed and written by James Westby.

  14. Holyman Undercover

    Holyman Undercover (2010)


    Holyman Undercover is a 2010 Christian comedy film directed by David A.R. White. The film was featured at the Greater Boston Christian Film Festival, and stars David A.R. White, Fred Willard, Jennifer Lyons, John Schneider, Staci Keanan, Clint Howard, Gregg Binkley, among others.

  15. Zuma Beach

    Zuma Beach (1978)


    Zuma Beach is a 1978 American television comedy film written and directed by Lee H. Katzin and starring Suzanne Somers.

  16. Meet Monica Velour

    Meet Monica Velour (2010)


    Meet Monica Velour is a 2010 American independent comedy-drama film written and directed by Keith Bearden.

  17. Apocalypse, CA

    Apocalypse, CA (2011)


    Apocalypse, CA is a 2011 American comedy film. Written and directed by Chad Peter, the film stars Nick Mathis, Erin Bodine, Anne McDaniels, Alexander Cardinale, Elizabeth Sandy, and Sarah Smick. Apocalypse, CA is an indie film featuring visual effects from artists Ryan Wieber and Teague Chrystie in this feature film directorial debut by Chad Peter.

  18. Manifesto

    Manifesto (1988)


    Manifesto is a 1988 American comedy drama film directed by Dusan Makavejev and starring Camilla Søeberg, Alfred Molina and Simon Callow. It is based on the novel Pour une nuit d'amour by Émile Zola. The screenplay concerns an attempt by revolutionaries to assassinate an autocratic central European monarch.

  19. Helena from the Wedding

    Helena from the Wedding (2010)


    Helena from the Wedding is a 2010 American drama film. The film is directed by Joseph Infantolino, best known for executive producing Run Fatboy Run and stars Lee Tergesen, Melanie Lynskey and Gillian Jacobs as Helena. The film was released theatrically in the United States on 12 November 2010.

  20. Innocents in Paris

    Innocents in Paris (1953)


    Innocents in Paris is a 1953 British-French international co-production comedy film produced by Romulus Films, directed by Gordon Parry and starring Alastair Sim, Jimmy Edwards, Claire Bloom, Margaret Rutherford, James Copeland and Ronald Shiner as Dicky Bird. The film features Louis de Funès as a taxi driver and uncredited appearances by Christopher Lee, Laurence Harvey and Kenneth Williams. The film is a mild romantic comedy about a group of Britons flying out for a weekend in Paris in 1953 in a British European Airways Airspeed Ambassador. During this period, Britons could only take £5 (approx. £500 in 2010) of currency out of the country.

  21. Price Check

    Price Check (2012)


    Price Check is a 2012 comedy film about the high price of a middle-class life. The film was written and directed by Michael Walker, and stars Parker Posey and Eric Mabius.

  22. Hello Ghost

    Hello Ghost (2010)


    Hello Ghost (Hangul헬로우 고스트; RRHello-u Goseuteu) is a 2010 South Korean comedy film about a man's multiple failed suicide attempts. After the most recent one, he discovers he can see a family of ghosts. The ghosts agree to leave him alone under the condition that he fulfill their requests.

  23. Manhattan Merry-Go-Round

    Manhattan Merry-Go-Round (1937)


    Manhattan Merry-Go-Round is a 1937 American film directed by Charles Reisner. It was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Art Direction by John Victor Mackay.

  24. Flap

    Flap (1970)


    Flap (distributed in Britain as The Last Warrior) is a 1970 American comedy western film directed by Carol Reed and starring Anthony Quinn, Claude Akins and Shelley Winters. Set in a modern Native American reservation, it is based on the novel Nobody Loves a Drunken Indian by Clair Huffaker.

  25. Borrowed Wives

    Borrowed Wives (1930)


    Borrowed Wives is a 1930 American film directed by Frank R. Strayer.

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