‘Annie Hall’ encabeza la lista de los 101 guiones más divertidos de todos los tiempos

‘Annie Hall’ encabeza la lista de los 101 guiones más divertidos de todos los tiempos

viernes 13 de noviembre de 2015, 20:33h

Los guionistas estadounidenses de la Writers Guild of America han elegido ‘Annie Hall’ como el guión cinematográfico más gracioso de todos los tiempos. Woody Allen fue el escritor que más veces aparece en la lista, de 101 títulos, con 'Toma el dinero y corre', 'El dormilón', 'Bananas', 'Manhattan' y 'Delitos y faltas', acompañando a 'Annie Hall' en la lista.

La lista entera se desveló en una gala en Los Angeles presentada por Rob Reiner, cuya ‘This is Spinal Tap’ aparece en el número 11 de la lista. El ‘Top ten’ de guiones más divertidos lo completan 'Con faldas y a lo loco', 'Atrapado en el tiempo', 'Aterriza como puedas', 'Tootsie', 'El jovencito Frankenstein', 'Teléfono rojo, aterrizamos en Moscú', 'Sillas de montar calientes', 'Los caballeros de la mesa cuadrada' y 'Desmadre a la americana'.

Ésta es la lista completa:

1. “Annie Hall”

Written by Woody Allen and Marshall Brickman

1977, UA

2. “Some Like It Hot”

Screenplay by Billy Wilder & I.A. L. Diamond, Based on the German film “Fanfare of Love” by Robert Thoeren and M. Logan

1959, UA

3. “Groundhog Day”

Screenplay by Danny Rubin and Harold Ramis, Story by Danny Rubin

1993, Columbia

4. “Airplane!”

Written by James Abrahams & David Zucker & Jerry Zucker

1980, Paramount

5. “Tootsie”

Screenplay by Larry Gelbart and Murray Schisgal, Story by Don McGuire and Larry Gelbart

1982, Columbia

6. “Young Frankenstein”

Screenplay by Gene Wilder and Mel Brooks, Screen Story by Gene Wilder and Mel Brooks, Based on Characters in the Novel Frankenstein by Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley

1974, 20th Century Fox

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

Screenplay by Stanley Kubrick and Peter George and Terry Southern

1964, Columbia

8. “Blazing Saddles”

Screenplay by Mel Brooks, Norman Steinberg, Andrew Bergman, Richard Pryor, Alan Uger, Story by Andrew Bergman

1974, Warner Bros.

9. “Monty Python and the Holy Grail”

Written by Graham Chapman, John Cleese, Terry Gilliam, Eric Idle, Terry Jones, Michael Palin

1975, Cinema 5

10. “National Lampoon’s Animal House”

Written by Harold Ramis & Douglas Kenney & Chris Miller

1978, Universal

11. “This Is Spinal Tap”

Written by Christopher Guest & Michael McKean & Rob Reiner & Harry Shearer

1984, Embassy

12. “The Producers”

Written by Mel Brooks

1967, AVCO Embassy

13. “The Big Lebowski”

Written by Ethan Coen & Joel Coen

1998, Gramercy

14. “Ghostbusters”

Written by Dan Aykroyd and Harold Ramis

1984, Columbia

15. “When Harry Met Sally…”

Written by Nora Ephron

1989, Columbia

16. “Bridesmaids”

Written by Annie Mumolo & Kristen Wiig

2011, Universal

17. “Duck Soup”

Story by Bert Kalmar and Harry Ruby, Additional Dialogue by Arthur Sheekman and Nat Perrin

1933, Paramount

18. “There’s Something About Mary”

Screenplay by John J. Strauss & Ed Decter and Peter Farrelly & Bobby Farrelly, Story by Ed Decter & John J. Strauss

1998, 20th Century Fox

19. “The Jerk”

Screenplay by Steve Martin, Carl Gottlieb, Michael Elias, Story by Steve Martin & Carl Gottlieb

1979, Universal

20. “A Fish Called Wanda”

Screenplay by John Cleese, Story by John Cleese & Charles Crichton

1988, MGM

21. “His Girl Friday”

Screenplay by Charles Lederer, Based on the Play “The Front Page” by Ben Hecht & Charles MacArthur

1940, Columbia

22. “The Princess Bride”

Screenplay by William Goldman, Based on Goldman’s Novel of the Same Name

1987, 20th Century Fox

23. “Raising Arizona”

Written by Ethan Coen and Joel Coen

1987, 20th Century Fox

24. “Bringing Up Baby”

Screenplay by Hagar Wilde and Dudley Nichols, Story by Hagar Wilde

1938, RKO

25. “Caddyshack”

Written by Brian Doyle-Murray & Harold Ramis & Douglas Kenney

1980, Orion

26. “Monty Python’s Life Of Brian”

Written by Graham Chapman, John Cleese, Terry Gilliam, Eric Idle, Terry Jones, Michael Palin

1979, Orion

27. “The Graduate”

Screenplay by Calder Willingham and Buck Henry, Based on the Novel by Charles Webb

1967, Embassy

28. “The Apartment”

Written by Billy Wilder & I.A.L. Diamond

1960, UA

29. “Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan”

Screenplay by Sacha Baron Cohen & Anthony Hines & Peter Baynham & Dan Mazer, Story by Sacha Baron Cohen & Peter Baynham & Anthony Hines & Todd Phillips, Based on a Character Created by Sacha Baron Cohen

2006, 20th Century Fox

30. “The Hangover”

Written by Jon Lucas & Scott Moore

2009, Warner Bros.

31. “The 40-Year-Old Virgin”

Written by Judd Apatow & Steve Carell

2005, Universal

32. “The Lady Eve”

Screenplay by Preston Sturges, Story by Monckton Hoffe

1941, Paramount

33. *Tie*

“Ferris Bueller’s Day Off”

Written by John Hughes

1986, Paramount


“Trading Places”

Written by Timothy Harris & Herschel Weingrod

1983, Paramount

35. “Sullivan’s Travels”

Written by Preston Sturges

1941, Paramount

36. “Planes, Trains and Automobiles”

Written by John Hughes

1987, Paramount

37. “The Philadelphia Story”

Screenplay by Donald Ogden Stewart, Based on the Play by Philip Barry

1940, MGM

38. “A Night at the Opera”

Screen Play by George S. Kaufman and Morrie Ryskind, From a Story by James Kevin McGuinness

1935, MGM

39. “Rushmore”

Written by Wes Anderson & Owen Wilson

1998, Touchstone/BV

40. “Waiting for Guffman”

Written by Christopher Guest & Eugene Levy

1996, Sony Pics Classics

41. “The Odd Couple”

Screenplay by Neil Simon, From the Play by Neil Simon as Produced on the Stage by Saint-Subber

1968, Paramount

42. “The Naked Gun: From the Files of Police Squad!”

Written by Jerry Zucker & Jim Abrahams & David Zucker & Pat Proft, Based on the Television Series Police Squad! Created by Jim Abrahams & David Zucker & Jerry Zucker

1988, Paramount

43. “Office Space”

Written for the Screen by Mike Judge, Based on the “Milton” Animated Shorts by Mike Judge

1999, 20th Century Fox

44. “Big”

Written by Anne Spielberg & Gary Ross

1988, 20th Century Fox

45. “National Lampoon’s Vacation”

Screenplay by John Hughes

1983, Warner Bros.

46. “Midnight Run”

Written by George Gallo

1988, Universal

47. “It Happened One Night”

Screenplay by Robert Riskin, Based on the Short Story by Samuel Hopkins Adams

1934, Columbia

48. “M*A*S*H”

Screenplay by Ring Lardner, Jr., From the Novel by Richard Hooker

1970, 20th Century Fox

49. “Harold and Maude”

Written by Colin Higgins

1971, Paramount

50. “Shaun of the Dead”

Written by Simon Pegg & Edgar Wright

2004, Focus (Universal)

51. “Broadcast News”

Written by James L. Brooks

1987, 20th Century Fox

52. “Arthur”

Written by Steven Gordon

1981, Orion

53. “Four Weddings and a Funeral”

Written by Richard Curtis

1994, Gramercy

54. *Tie*

“Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy”

Written by Will Ferrell & Adam McKay

2004, Dreamworks


“Dumb and Dumber”

Written by Peter Farrelly & Bennett Yellin & Bob Farrelly

1994, New Line

56. “Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery”

Written by Mike Myers

1997, New Line

57. “The General”

Written by Buster Keaton and Clyde Bruckman, Adapted by Al Boasberg and Charles Smith

1926, United Artists

58. “What’s Up, Doc?”

Screenplay by Buck Henry and David Newman & Robert Benton, Story by Peter Bogdanovich

1972, Warner Bros.

59. “Wedding Crashers”

Written by Steve Faber & Bob Fisher

2005, New Line

60. “Sleeper”

Written by Woody Allen & Marshall Brickman

1973, United Artists

61. “Galaxy Quest”

Screenplay by David Howard and Robert Gordon, Story by David Howard

1999, Dreamworks

62. “It’s a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World”

Screenplay by William and Tania Rose, Story by William and Tania Rose

1963, United Artists

63. “Best in Show”

Written by Christopher Guest & Eugene Levy

2000, Warner Bros.

64. “Little Miss Sunshine”

Written by Michael D. Arndt

2006, Fox Searchlight

65. “South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut”

Written by Trey Parker & Matt Stone & Pam Brady

1999, Paramount

66. “Being There”

Screenplay by Jerzy Kosinski, Inspired by the Novel by Jerzy Kosinski

1979, United Artists

67. “Back to the Future”

Written by Robert Zemeckis & Bob Gale

1985, Universal

68. “Superbad”

Written by Seth Rogen & Evan Goldberg

2007, Columbia

69. “Bananas”

Written by Woody Allen, Mickey Rose

1971, United Artists

70. “Moonstruck”

Written by John Patrick Shanley

1987, MGM

71. “Clueless”

Written by Amy Heckerling

1995, Paramount

72. “The Palm Beach Story”

Written by Preston Sturges

1942, Paramount

73. “The Pink Panther”

Written by Maurice Richlin & Blake Edwards

1963, United Artists

74. “The Blues Brothers”

Written by Dan Aykroyd and John Landis

1980, Universal

75. “Coming to America”

Screenplay by David Sheffield & Barry W. Blaustein, Story by Eddie Murphy

1988, Paramount

76. “Take the Money and Run”

Screenplay by Woody Allen and Mickey Rose, Story by Jackson Beck

1969, Cinerama

77. “Election”

Screenplay by Alexander Payne & Jim Taylor, Based on the Novel by Tom Perrotta

1999, Paramount

78. “Love and Death”

Written by Woody Allen

1975, United Artists

79. *Tie*

“Dirty Rotten Scoundrels”

Written by Dale Launer and Stanley Shapiro & Paul Henning

1988, Orion


“Lost in America”

Written by Albert Brooks & Monica Johnson

1985, Warner Bros.

81. “Manhattan”

Written by Woody Allen & Marshall Brickman

1979, United Artists

82. “Modern Times”

Written by Charles Chaplin

1936, United Artists

83. “My Cousin Vinny”

Written by Dale Launer

1992, 20th Century Fox

84. “Mean Girls”

Screenplay by Tina Fey, Based on the Book Queen Bees and Wannabes by Rosalind Wiseman

2004, Paramount

85. “Meet the Parents”

Screenplay by Jim Herzfeld and John Hamburg, Story by Greg Glienna & Mary Ruth Clarke

2000, Universal

86. “Fargo”

Written by Joel Coen & Ethan Coen

1996, Gramercy

87. “My Favorite Year”

Screenplay by Dennis Palumbo and Norman Steinberg, Story by Dennis Palumbo

1982, MGM

88. “Stripes”

Written by Len Blum & Dan Goldberg and Harold Ramis

1981, Columbia

89. “Beverly Hills Cop”

Screenplay by Daniel Petrie, Jr., Story by Danilo Bach and Daniel Petrie, Jr.

1984, Paramount

90. “City Lights”

Written by Charles Chaplin

1931, United Artists

91. “Sideways”

Screenplay by Alexander Payne & Jim Taylor, Based on the Novel by Rex Pickett

2004, Fox Searchlight

92. “Broadway Danny Rose”

Written by Woody Allen

1984, Orion

93. “Swingers”

Written by Jon Favreau

1996, Miramax

94. “The Gold Rush”

Written by Charles Chaplin

1925, United Artists

95. “The Miracle Of Morgan’s Creek”

Written by Preston Sturges

1944, Paramount

96. “All About Eve”

Screenplay by Joseph L. Mankiewicz, Based on the Short Story and Radio Program “The Wisdom of Eve” by Mary Orr

1950, 20th Century Fox

97. “Arsenic and Old Lace”

Screenplay by Julius Epstein & Philip G. Epstein, Based on the Play by Joseph Kesselring

1944, Warner Bros.

98. “The Royal Tenenbaums”

Written by Wes Anderson & Owen Wilson

2001, Touchstone/BV

99. “Mrs. Doubtfire”

Screenplay by Randi Mayem Singer and Leslie Dixon, Based on Alias Madame Doubtfire by Anne Fine

1993, 20th Century Fox

100. “Flirting with Disaster”

Written by David O. Russell

1996, Miramax

101. “Shakespeare in Love”

Written by Marc Norman and Tom Stoppard

1998, Miramax

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