List of Comedy Films of The 1980s - Parody Films

Parody Films

  • Agentti 000 ja kuoleman kurvit (1983)
  • Airplane! (1980)
  • Airplane II: The Sequel (1982)
  • Chucky and Willie Wanker's Chocolate Starfish (1984)
  • Amazon Women on the Moon (1987)
  • Closet Cases of the Nerd Kind
  • I'm Gonna Git You Sucka (1988)
  • Johnny Dangerously 1984
  • The Naked Gun: From the Files of Police Squad! (1988)
  • Night of the Comet (1984)
  • Spaceballs (1987)
  • Top Secret! (1984)
  • UHF (1989)
  • Zapped! (1982)
  • History of the World Part 1
Lists of films by genre
  • Action
  • Adventure
    • Pirate
  • Animation
  • Avant-garde
  • Biographical
  • Children's
  • Christian
  • Comedy
  • Crime
  • Disaster
  • Documentary
  • Drama
    • Historical
  • Economics
  • Fantasy
  • Horror
  • Independent short
  • LGBT
  • Mockumentary
  • Monster
    • Toys
    • Clowns
  • Musical
  • Mystery
  • Noir
  • Religious
  • Romantic comedy
  • Science-fiction
  • Sports
  • Superhero
  • Teen
  • Thriller
  • War
  • Western
    • Spaghetti

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