What's the funniest movie you've ever seen? According to the Writers Guild of America, it's Woody Allen and Marshall Brickman's "Annie Hall." 

That's the top of its just-released ranking of the 101 funniest screenplays, and Woody Allen appears several more times on the list: "Sleeper" (60), "Bananas" (69), "Take the Money and Run" (76), "Love and Death" (78), "Manhattan" (81), and "Broadway Danny Rose" (92).

Harold Ramis made five appearances on the list, with "Groundhog Day" (3), "National Lampoon's Animal House" (10), "Ghostbusters" (14), "Caddyshack" (25), and "Stripes" (88). And Mel Brooks had "just" three screenplays on the list but they all ranked highly: "Young Frankenstein" (6), "Blazing Saddles" (8), and "The Producers" (12). He's also credited with "The Big Lebowski" (13), but he didn't write that, so I'm sure the WGA will correct its error shortly. (The Coen Brothers, who did write it, also appear at number 23 with "Raising Arizona" and 86 with "Fargo.")

The most recent movie to make the list is 2011's "Bridesmaids" (11). The oldest is 1926's "The Gold Rush" (94).

Anyway, here's the top 10:

10. "National Lampoon's Animal House"

9. "Monty Python and the Holy Grail"

8. "Blazing Saddles" 

7. "Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb"

6. "Young Frankenstein"

5. "Tootsie"

4. Airplane!

3. Groundhog Day

2. Some Like it Hot

1. Annie Hall

Want to know what else made the cut? The full list is here.