At the Movies: Season 1, Episode 18

Winners That Were Losers (22 Jan. 1983)

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Siskel and Ebert discuss good movies that lost at the box office, including Divine Madness (1980), Tattoo (1981), Four Friends (1981), Prince of the City (1981) and more.

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Gene Siskel and Roger Ebert spotlight good movies that lost at the box office. Ebert's choices: Bette Midler's concert film, Divine Madness (1980); Arthur Penn's tour through the 1960s, Four Friends (1981); and Errol Morris's eccentric documentary, Vernon, Florida (1981). Siskel's choices: the kinky love story, Tattoo (1981) (which Ebert has mixed feelings about); the complex cop movie about drugs, Prince of the City (1981); and the English biopic, Stevie (1978). Written by J. Spurlin

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