Driving Me Crazy is a 1991 American film written and directed by Jon Turtletaub and starring Thomas Gottschlak, Billy Dee Williams, Dom DeLuise, Milton Berle, and Michelle Johnson. East German inventor Gunther Schmidt (Gottschalk) travels to a Los Angeles convention to showcase his revolutionary new idea for turnip-juice fuel. When corporate spies steal his sports car, Gunther then must travel around the city looking for clues as to the whereabouts of his unconventional automobile. Los Angeles culture is extremely foreign to Gunther, but he befriends parking-lot attendant Max (Williams). Together the two venture the streets of LA in hopes of recovering Gunther's million-dollar idea. This light-hearted romp received mixed reviews from critics, but was a success with audiences. Brief cameos are made by Dom Deluise and Milton Berle. Driving Me Crazy is a sequel to the popular comedy Go, Trabi, Go.