Approved | | Comedy, Drama
Four Jewish intellectuals carpool to the funeral of their old friend Leslie Braverman, who died suddenly at age 41.
At the funeral home when the Rabbi (Alan King) is delivering the eulogy, he references living one's life as James Bond. The next shot is of Joseph Wiseman, who played the title character in Dr. No (1962), the first Bond film.
Look at them. Quite a crowd!
Felix Ottensteen: Nobody here. All I see is granite!
While parking the red Volkswagen for the conversation between Jack Warden, Sorrell Booke, and George Segal, the side of the street they park on is lined with cars. But as they pull away after picking up Felix, that side of the street is empty all the way back to where the VW had been.