Enter Laughing 1967

Synopsis:

David Kolowitz, a nice young man living with his parents in New York City in 1938, works at a machine repair shop. His parents want David to study to become a pharmacist. But what he really wants is to be an actor like his idol, Ronald Colman. One day, at his friend Marvin's suggestion, David tries out for a part in a play, and gets it, despite his obvious lack of acting experience (not to mention ability). True, it's a rather small part in a low-rent production. Leading the troupe is a washed-up, alcoholic actor who hires David at the urging of his actress-daughter, who finds David "cute." To play his part, David must come up with his own costume - a tuxedo - and pay the house five dollars a week, ostensibly for tuition. But it is David's first acting job, one which calls for him to "enter laughing." And if it doesn't work out - well, there's always pharmacy school.

Directed by: Carl Reiner
Written by: Carl Reiner & Joseph Stein
Runtime: 112 minutes
Tagline: The picture that brings you the hilarious answer to WHY BOYS LEAVE HOME!
Cast:
Reni Santoni
Reni Santoni
David Kolowitz 
José Ferrer
José Ferrer
Harrison B. Marlowe 
Shelley Winters
Shelley Winters
Mrs. Emma Kolowitz 
Elaine May
Elaine May
Angela Marlowe 
Jack Gilford
Jack Gilford
Mr. Foreman 
Janet Margolin
Janet Margolin
Wanda