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Naked Gun 33⅓: The Final Insult

"Mostly all new jokes."

PG-13 1994-03-18 Comedy 1hr 23m

Frank Drebin is persuaded out of retirement to go undercover in a state prison. There he has to find out what top terrorist, Rocco, has planned for when he escapes. Adding to his problems, Frank's wife, Jane, is desperate for a baby.

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Frank Drebin is persuaded out of retirement to go undercover in a state prison. There he has to find out what top terrorist, Rocco, has planned for when he escapes. Adding to his problems, Frank's wife, Jane, is desperate for a baby.

  • Released
    1994-03-18
  • Revenue
    $132,000,000
  • Budget
    $30,000,000
  • Runtime
    1hr 23m
  • Genre
    Comedy, Crime
  • Status
    Released
  • Language
    English
  • imdb-logo
    6.5
  • Production
    Paramount

Crew

Peter Segal
Director
David Zucker
Writer
Robert K. Weiss
Producer

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Cast

Leslie Nielsen

Leslie Nielsen

Lt. Frank Drebin
Priscilla Presley

Priscilla Presley

Jane Spencer
Ed Williams

Ed Williams

Ted Olsen
Raye Birk

Raye Birk

Papshmir
Matt Roe

Matt Roe

Clayton
Wylie Small

Wylie Small

Defense Attorney
Sharon Cornell

Sharon Cornell

Stenographer
Earl Boen

Earl Boen

Dr. Eisendrath
Jeff Wright

Jeff Wright

Store Manager
Lorali Hart

Lorali Hart

Melon Lady
Mallory Sandler

Mallory Sandler

Grocery Mother
K.L. Segal

K.L. Segal

Purse Woman
Lois de Banzie

Lois de Banzie

Dr. Kohlzak
Doris Belack

Doris Belack

Dr. Roberts
Nigel Gibbs

Nigel Gibbs

Carjacker
Andre Rosey Brown

Andre Rosey Brown

Corridor Guard
Randall "Tex" Cobb

Randall "Tex" Cobb

Big Hairy Con
Ann B. Davis

Ann B. Davis

Ann B. Davis
Alex Zimmerman

Alex Zimmerman

Mess Hall Convict
Joe Grifasi

Joe Grifasi

Director
Vanna White

Vanna White

Vanna White
'Weird Al' Yankovic

'Weird Al' Yankovic

'Weird Al' Yankovic
Rick Scarry

Rick Scarry

Security Guard
Mary Lou Retton

Mary Lou Retton

Mary Lou Retton
James R. Scribner

James R. Scribner

Phil Donahue's Make-Up Man
Lou Felder

Lou Felder

Presenter
Chrissy Bocchino

Chrissy Bocchino

Mother Theresa
Pia Zadora

Pia Zadora

Pia Zadora
Joe D'Angerio

Joe D'Angerio

Security Guard
Burton Zucker

Burton Zucker

Clinic Patient
Susan Breslau

Susan Breslau

Train Lady #1
Erin MacArthur

Erin MacArthur

Train Lady #2
Marcy Goldman

Marcy Goldman

Train Lady #3
David Zucker

David Zucker

Teleprompter Guy
Robert K. Weiss

Robert K. Weiss

Tuba Player
Peter Segal

Peter Segal

Producer of 'Sawdust & Mildew'
Robert LoCash

Robert LoCash

Producer of 'Sawdust & Mildew'
William Kerr

William Kerr

Producer of 'Sawdust & Mildew'
Jolie Chain

Jolie Chain

Producer's Wife
Wendy Hogan

Wendy Hogan

Producer's Wife
Jeri Caldwell

Jeri Caldwell

Producer's Wife
Michael Ewing

Michael Ewing

Assistant Director
David Malloy

David Malloy

Maalox Boy
Julie Strain

Julie Strain

Dominatrix
Andrew Craig

Andrew Craig

Bryce Porterhouse Guard
David Fresco

David Fresco

Lifetime Award Recipient
Bill Erwin

Bill Erwin

Conductor
Adam Hasart

Adam Hasart

Frank Jr.
Glen Chin

Glen Chin

Sumo Wrestler
Philip Yamaguchi

Philip Yamaguchi

Sumo Wrestler
Florence Henderson

Florence Henderson

Florence Henderson
Timothy Watters

Timothy Watters

President Clinton
Paul Feig

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Oscar Audience Member
Joel Madison

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Oscar Audience Member
Steve Pepoon

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Oscar Audience Member
Scott Herriott

Scott Herriott

Oscar Audience Member
Edward Weber

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Oscar Audience Member
Adrienne Parsons

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Mercedes Lady
Taran Killam

Taran Killam

Boy of Geriatric Park
Marianne Davis

Marianne Davis

Girl of Geriatric Park
Nikki Segal

Nikki Segal

Screaming Supermarket Baby
James Earl Jones

James Earl Jones

James Earl Jones (uncredited)
Raquel Welch

Raquel Welch

Raquel Welch (uncredited)
Shannen Doherty

Shannen Doherty

Shannen Doherty (uncredited)
Elliott Gould

Elliott Gould

Elliott Gould (uncredited)
Mariel Hemingway

Mariel Hemingway

Mariel Hemingway (uncredited)
R. Lee Ermey

R. Lee Ermey

Prison Guard (uncredited)
Thomas Rosales Jr.

Thomas Rosales Jr.

Prisoner #2 (uncredited)
Morgan Fairchild

Morgan Fairchild

Morgan Fairchild (uncredited)
Bruce A. Young

Bruce A. Young

Tyrone (uncredited)
Olympia Dukakis

Olympia Dukakis

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Symba

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Oscar Guest in Birdcage Skirt (uncredited)
Heather Hewitt

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Academy Awards Guest (uncredited)

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Reviews for Naked Gun 33⅓: The Final Insult
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A Review by Geronimo1967 6

Written by Geronimo1967 on 2022-09-03

Given the huge success of the first two, I suppose the trilogy was bound to happen - but by now the joke and the characterisations had reall... read more

Given the huge success of the first two, I suppose the trilogy was bound to happen - but by now the joke and the characterisations had really worn very thin indeed. "Drebin" (Leslie Nielsen) is now happily (?) retired and living with his long-suffering wife "Jane" (Priscilla Presley) when he is sought out by his erstwhile colleagues "Ed" (George Kennedy) and "Nordberg" (OJ Simpson) to help out on their most dangerous case yet. Nope, the Queen is not making another state visit - it's "Rocco" (Fred Ward) and it looks like he wants to save Chris Rock any future embarrassment by blowing up the Oscars ceremony. What now ensues is a by now routine sequence of frying pan to fire scenarios, straight out of a Laurel & Hardy film. Sadly, that humour is all a bit passé now and though an appearance by Anna Nicole Smith must have given every budding actress from Tallahassee to Timbuktu a sense of hope that if she can make it, they can - the rest of it falls pretty flat! It is well enough made, the quips are quickly delivered and some of them still raise the odd smile. In the main, though, it is 80 minutes that almost looks like out-takes from the first two films with a thinly constructed plot by way of a template to hold it all together. It is watchable, but just not a patch on the earlier iterations.

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A Review by FilipeManuelNeto 3

Written by FilipeManuelNeto on 2023-12-22

**A fitting end to one of the great comedy trilogies of the 90s.** This is the third and final film in the “Naked Gun” trilogy. Throughou... read more

**A fitting end to one of the great comedy trilogies of the 90s.** This is the third and final film in the “Naked Gun” trilogy. Throughout the film, one can smell farewell and conclusion, and it is undeniable that, among them, this is the weakest and least interesting. Even so, the film does what it needs to do to please its audience, who already know perfectly well what they are going to see and have a certain level of expectations. Although his style of humor may displease many people, we cannot deny that the three films were a notable success in the 80s and 90s, and that they had a major impact on Leslie Nielsen's filmography. In fact, the strength of Nielsen's work and charisma is what makes the film work. Without him, or with another actor, nothing would make sense and the final product would have no value. Even so, we must also highlight the work developed by O. J. Simpson, Priscilla Presley and George Kennedy, actors who put a lot of effort into their respective roles and found, in this film, time and material to match their talent. In fact, compared to its predecessors – and in these cases comparisons are inevitable – I thought this film gave more space to the secondary actors and gained additional quality as a result. It's not worth talking too much about the technical aspects, as this is a comical film that invests little in them and puts all its chips on humor and the main actor's performance. Even so, we can say that the film manages to maintain the quality that the trilogy has accustomed the public to. The script continues to be a problem, however, and is seen only as a vehicle for successive comic sequences and slapstick humor routines.

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A Review by CinemaSerf

Given the huge success of the first two, I suppose the trilogy was bound to happen - but by now the joke and the characterisations had really worn very thin indeed. "Drebin" (Leslie Nielsen) is now happily (?) retired and living with his lo...

reviewer avatar

A Review by Geronimo1967 6

Written by Geronimo1967 on 2022-09-03

Given the huge success of the first two, I suppose the trilogy was bound to happen - but by now the joke and the characterisations had really worn very thin indeed. "Drebin" (Leslie Nielsen) is now ha...

read more
reviewer avatar

A Review by FilipeManuelNeto 3

Written by FilipeManuelNeto on 2023-12-22

**A fitting end to one of the great comedy trilogies of the 90s.** This is the third and final film in the “Naked Gun” trilogy. Throughout the film, one can smell farewell and conclusion, and it is...

read more