The President's Analyst (1967)

Not Rated   |    |  Comedy, Sci-Fi, Thriller

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When the overworked and stressed-out White House presidential shrink runs away, the CEA and the FBR scramble to retrieve him before he could be abducted by various competing foreign intelligence services.



  • Natalie Wood and Roddy McDowall at Premiere Party for "The President's Analyst" hosted by James Coburn. 12/12/67.
  • James Coburn in The President's Analyst (1967)
  • James Coburn in The President's Analyst (1967)
  • Joan Delaney in The President's Analyst (1967)
  • James Coburn and Godfrey Cambridge in The President's Analyst (1967)
  • Jill Banner in The President's Analyst (1967)

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9 December 2004 | aktaylor
"You must be at LEAST this age: ____ to find this movie funny."
Au contraire, Jacob Cremins, The President's Analyst is a brilliant snapshot of mid-60s America, with all the insane paranoia and absurdity of a culture spinning out of control. It is intensely funny to anyone born before 1955. I'm sorry you had such a disagreeable experience viewing it. Your generation will have your movies, this one is mine.

This is a wonderful Christmas movie for the old fart on your shopping list. William Daniels' role as a gun-happy suburbanite is worth the price alone. The talented, and woefully under-used Godfrey Cambridge finally gets a star turn as a government agent undergoing analysis. And Barry ("Eve of Destruction") McGuire as the leader of a band of hippie musicians is a dead-on send up of the emerging flower children.

Yes, one had to be a telephone customer before the advent of the Baby Bells to grasp the sheer villainy of THE PHONE COMPANY!

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