Real Life (1979) - (Movie Clip) It's Not Degrading!
Director and star Albert Brooks assures doctors Cleary and Hill (J.A. Preston and Matthew Tobin) about his documentary as they arrive to meet the Yeagers (Charles Grodin, Frances Lee McCain et al) in Real Life, 1979.
Real Life (1979) -- (Movie Trailer)
Writer, director and star Albert Brooks in the semi-legendary trailer for his mock documentary Real Life, 1979, which was not shot in 3-D, featuring paddle-ball champ Randy Brown.
Real Life (1979) -- (Movie Clip) Etinauer 226-XL
Director and star Albert Brooks (as "himself," a comedian turned documentary film-maker) talks about the special gear chosen for his scientific observation of the Yeager family in Real Life, 1979.
Real Life (1979) -- (Movie Clip) First Supper
Charles Grodin (as "Warren") and Frances Lee McCain (as "Jeanette") in their first "at home" episode as the family goes under the microscope in Albert Brooks' 1979 "Mockumentary," Real Life.
Real Life (1979) -- (Movie Clip) Nobel Prize
Albert Brooks, the director and star playing a version of "himself," explains his methods and motivations as a documentarian in this early scene from Real Life, 1979.
Real Life (1979) -- (Movie Clip) Phoenix
Albert Brooks (narrating as comedian turned documentarian "Albert Brooks") extols an improbable set of details as he fills in the audience about Phoenix, Arizona in Real Life, 1979.
Real Life (1979) -- (Movie Clip) Something's Gotta Give
Comic turned documentarian Albert Brooks (as "himself") warms up a crowd of citizens in Phoenix with his modified version of Johnny Mercer's "Something's Gotta Give," in an early scene from Real Life, 1979.