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I have a faint memory of watching this; I thought it was Young Frankenstein but I watched that recently and it doesn't contain the scene I remember.

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English movie? Television? Year you might have seen it? Color? Black and white? Anything resembling information? – JohnP Apr 4 '14 at 14:44
Quite a few people agreed with me. Generally the more information you can give, the better, however I'm glad someone recognized it for you. – JohnP Apr 8 '14 at 14:44
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Mel Brooks' High Anxiety, (1977), a sendup of Alfred Hitchcock films. From New Statesman:

When High Anxiety was released, viewers were familiar enough with the babble and buzzwords of psychoanalysis to respond instinctively to the film's wittiest sequence, when Brooks's speech at a psychiatric conference has to be spontaneously modified so as not to impinge upon the innocence of two young children who have joined the audience. "Penis envy" becomes "pee-pee envy"; the womb is temporarily rechristened "the woo-woo."

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