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Bradley R. Swirnoff
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Robin Pearson Rose,
I describe this movie as "Every off-color joke you have ever heard, and a whole bunch more that you have never even imagined:all acted out in no particular order". This movie keeps you off balance all the time. The only thing that remains constant is that whatever comes next is going to make you laugh again / more. I saw this movie when it opened in 1976, and still remember some of the sketches in it. When I tell others about them, it always gets a good hearty laugh going. If I could find a reasonably priced copy of this film on tape, you can bet both legs you'd find it in my personal collection.
Rating? This movie is still at the top of my "Top 10 must-see comedies"
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