Where's Poppa?

  • 1970
  • Movie
  • R
  • Comedy

Once again, George Segal is saddled with a difficult Jewish mother, as he was in NO WAY TO TREAT A LADY and LOST AND FOUND. This time, though, she's little short of a senile psychopath. Robert Klane wrote the screenplay from his hysterical novel, and Reiner directed it, but missed many of the jokes that worked so well in the book. A New York attorney,...read more

(Movie Clip) I'm Gonna Choke Your Child!
Rough sledding as Gordon (George Segal) introduces new nurse Louise (Trish Van Devere) to Mom (Ruth Gordon), then summons brother Sidney (Ron Liebman, (more…)
(Movie Clip) Almost Doesn't Count
Joining the opening and New York lawyer Gordon (George Segal), in his morning routine, then unlikely actions which we'll learn are actually an attempt (more…)
(Movie Clip) Most Of My Patients Have Died
Lawyer Gordon (George Segal) at work interviewing nurse candidates (Jane Hoffman, Helen Martin) for his mother (Ruth Gordon, not seen), whose death he (more…)

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  • Rating: R
  • Review: Once again, George Segal is saddled with a difficult Jewish mother, as he was in NO WAY TO TREAT A LADY and LOST AND FOUND. This time, though, she's little short of a senile psychopath. Robert Klane wrote the screenplay from his hysterical novel, and Reine… (more)

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