Take old movies, throw away any soundtracks, and add your own voices and sound effects to create comedy masterpieces.



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Series cast summary:
 Host / ... (26 episodes, 1963-1964)
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 Various / ... (12 episodes, 1963-1964)
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Take old movies, throw away any soundtracks, and add your own voices and sound effects to create comedy masterpieces.

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This was the only live action show produced by Jay Ward. See more »

Crazy Credits

The closing credits list "Executive Producer: Ponsonby Britt, O.B.E." This was a fictitious name used on all shows produced by Bill Scott after "Crusader Rabbit", always in the same position. See more »

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Now on DVD and as funny as ever
30 November 2004 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I watched this show during its initial 1964 run (as a small child) and after forty years could still remember specific funny lines and scenes. Imagine my delight when I read that the entire series of 27 episodes was to be released on DVD.

I have now watched about half of them with my 14-year-old son, and we are enjoying them just as much as I did as a kid...except now I get more of the jokes. (Same story with Rocky & Bullwinkle, from the same zany group that did FF.) Sure, there are some "clunkers" (including a couple of too-long segments where the narrator is trying hard to do a Bob Newhart-style monologue), but every episode contains some laugh-out-loud moments. Hans Conreid is the perfect host, and the other voice-over talents (Frees, Foray, Scott) are in top form.

FF is the forerunner of What's Up Tiger Lily?, LA Connection's "Mad Movies," Kung Pao, etc. and more consistently inspired than any of them. That's because they knew when to stop a gag, and could jump to something completely different when necessary. Commercial parodies, zingers about 60s politicians and celebrities, surreal wackiness...it's all here and all collected in a 3-DVD set! Oh, and did I mention all the celebrity visits from people like Rod Serling, Zsa Zsa, Fabian, etc?

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