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Walk...Don't Walk is interesting enough as the debut of one Chevy Chase that I recommend this on that alone
Once again, I'm reviewing some films or TV specials-in chronological order-featuring some "SNL" players-past and present. So we're at 1968 with this short featuring a young Chevy Chase when he had long hair. Here, he's a pedestrian trying to cross the street in New York but he keeps encountering traffic signs saying "Don't Walk"! Shot silent and in black-and-white (I think, since the print I saw looked drained of color) with a jazzy score, this was an amusing enough short though I didn't find myself laughing, just smiling at the way the whole thing was done. I actually watched this more than once just to see if the beats were good enough in the timing. I felt they were. So on that note, Walk...Don't Walk was interesting enough that I recommend you watch this especially if you're a Chevy Chase fan.
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