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VINE VOICEon 28 July 2017
This is one of my most watched films. Excellent viewing for a Sunday afternoon. But because its so watched I actually wore out the DVD we had. Seeing as they had released a Blu Ray edition I was quick to snap it up. The picture quality and sound are just fantastic. The film has a whole new life due to this remaster. The farting cowboys scene is great through my surround sound speakers. Overall I'm very pleased to have one of the finest comedies ever made in such great quality.
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on 16 May 2017
One of my favourite movies of all time. The picture quality of this version is the best of all the previous releases in my opinion and the extras are a great added bonus. Cant recommend this movie enough. Although if you haven't seen it before be prepared for some very un-PC language.
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VINE VOICEon 2 November 2016
This has always been a great movie, so politically incorrect but so good poking fun at racism. Its long been a favourite of mine, since that first time I guiltily watched it at around 11, then it was the campfire scene that made me laugh, now its the late great Gene Wilder and the whole swipe at the Hollywood western, this is a much watch film, from Frankie Laine's theme to the outrageous finale.
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on 22 October 2013
I took my mother to the cinema in the 70"s to see this. The campfire scene with the beans had me screaming with laughter, Mel Brooks left no-one out of the mix to insult, its hysterically funny all the way through, Count Basie playing piano in the desert, "excuse me while I whip this out", "Candygram for Mongo, Candygram for Mongo" "So tell me Jim as I am your host and you are my guest, what do you like to do?" "Play chess, screw", "lets play chess" - "would you like some beans Mr Taggart?" some hat waving "I think you've had enough beans", "daddy loves froggy, does froggy love daddy?", "Is it twue what they say about the way you people are gifted?" sounds of a zipper "its twue, its twue", I've seen it just a few times, absolutely hilarious from start to finish
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on 28 October 2017
Classic comedy. Definitely NOT politically correct. Lot of stereotype humour, and in racist terms the white cowboys come off worst. Good stuff , just forget your prejudices cos that is not what this film is about. Just a bit of fun.
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on 24 May 2018
This is a classic Mel Brooks western parody about a black sheriff (who works in a town full of racists), and a gunslinger (who is a town drunk), and their unlikely partnership. Their only enemy is Hedley Lamarr, a scheming railroad developer. Great movie.
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on 17 August 2016
Found this widescreen (letterbox) version to be a multi-region disc, (not just Region 1 as advertised) with no embedded copyright protection.
Subtitles both English and Spanish available.
Full of extra's on same single disc, i.e.: deleted scenes, Pilot Episode /spin-off 'Black Bart'..
Various versions of the same film on sale within Amazon, so do some research before buying.
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on 23 February 2018
Infamous film. Beautifully made. Hilariously funny. Great cast. Great to show anyone who reads guardian. Good humour test.
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on 29 September 2017
Not quite as good as I remember, but still well worth watching for those who haven't seen it. Whist Gene Wilder went on to great success Cleavon Little, despite starring and giving a memorable performance was never to be heard of again.
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on 15 October 2016
great humour its just all the serious stuff been taken and looked at in a much lesser, lighter way, but they really pick the moments well to insert some of that wit. The only let down with it is that we don't get Gene Wilder until about halfway through the movie and shame as he does help brighten things up in this one!
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