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Jim Abrahams & David Zucker & Jerry Zucker, "Top Secret!"
When you look at "Top Secret!" today, it is amazingly dense as a piece of visual entertainment, and far stranger than "Airplane!" or even "Police Squad!" The foreground, the background, and even the frame itself were all used to deliver jokes both sophisticated and base, and the ease with which the team seemed to bounce from style to style was dazzling. This may be the most underappreciated of their creations, but it also the one that most rewards repeat viewings even now.