Rich Little As Richard Nixon - Has ANYBODY Beside Me Seen This Film?

In the early '70s I saw a film called, either, Another Nice Mess or Another Fine Mess. It starred Rich Little as Richard Nixon and Herb Voland as Spiro Agnew.

It was a bizarre and rather crude comedy in which Little/Nixon and Voland/Agnew talked and acted like Laurel and Hardy (Nixon was Hardy and Agnew was Laurel).

This was a theatrically released, full-length feature film and not some odd student project or short.

I can find no information for this film WHATSOEVER. Has anybody beside me seen it?

How can a movie disappear from the face of the Earth?

I’ve seen RL do his Nixon thing on TV, but I’ve never heard of a movie with him doing that.

The only thing listed on the imbd with both of them in it is Love on a Rooftop (1966)

I saw it in 72 or 73. I remember it was produced by Tom Smothers.

Looks like someone else remembers the same thing here (unless Sad Tomato = Andy Abelman) and it’s mentioned very briefly here.

Thanks, kawliga–good to know I wasn’t imagining the whole thing.

“Andy Abelman”? Nope, not me.

I just wonder how something that’s barely a film–like Manos-The Hands of Fate–can be remembered almost 40 years later–while something like this political curio has vanished without a trace.