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Pardon My Blooper (1974)

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A collection of classic bloopers (mistakes) from radio and television broadcasts, based on Kermit Schafer's blooper books and recordings.

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A collection of classic bloopers (mistakes) from radio and television broadcasts, based on Kermit Schafer's blooper books and recordings.

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(The Blooper Song) You Blew It!
Written by Sam Coslow
Sung by Danny Street
Played over the opening and closing credits
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Not something you see on those Dick Clark blooper tv specials!
21 March 2002 | by (Hoquiam, Washington,USA) – See all my reviews

This is one of my top five favorite movies to watch. The movie is based on the blooper books and albums that Kermit Schafer made. One thing about this movie is that most of the bloopers are re-created, not the actual bloopers themselves, but they are so funny, you won't care. Most of these bloopers have so many swear words, suggestive dialogue and nudity that if the movie was shown on a local broadcast tv station , most of the movie might have to have a "bleep" over most of the words in the bloopers, and editing out some of the bloopers, making the movie shorter. The "porno movies shown on a tv station" blooper could never be shown on a local or basic cable tv station without being heavily censored. When I first saw this movie, I laughed so hard I couldn't catch my breath! The bloopers are ones you might not see on those Dick Clark produced "Bloopers" tv specials. The video is probably out of print now, but hopefully someone will release it again onto video or DVD.


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