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I caught this movie recently on TV in an odd timeslot and was most pleased that I continued watching! Centering on a conflict between two families in the 1950s who each live in towns right next to each other, this satirical comedy is a must see.
Dry humour abounds throughout the film, with each family encountering a series of mishaps which they believe the other family has caused - which is, of course, a decidedly wrong assumption!
Rene Auberjonois is fantastic as the jittery Reverton, who commences a one-man campaign on behalf of the Bullards to enact revenge on the totally innocent Beelers. You simply must watch this film until the surprising end, where the life of almost every character has taken a dramatic turn from before.
I give 'The Feud' a 9 out of 10; if you happen to glimpse this little gem at your local video store, do not hesitate to grab a copy! Superb!
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