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Young Frankenstein (1974)
FUNNY, FUNNY, F-U-N-N-Y!!!!
This film is truly Mel Brooks and Gene Wilder's finest film. Not only was the script very well written, but it was outrageously well performed by a cast of great performers.
This movie was marvelously filmed in black and white, which gave it an "classic movie" atmosphere. Wilder's portrayal of Dr. Frankenstein(or is it "Fronk-an-steen?) is a work of hilarious art. He plays the part so seriously straight, that you can't help but laugh. Marty Feldman's portrayal of Igor (....sorry,I mean "EYE-Gor") is just too funny for words to describe. Madeline Kahn is superb(as always ) in her part as the soon to be bride, and Peter Boyle's version of "The Monster" will leave you Frightened......Frightened into thinking that you will die laughing.
I highly recommend this film to all who are in search for a good laugh.........I assure you, that if you see this movie, you'll get it. Ma
Invitation to the Dance (1956)
A Must See For All Gene Kelly Fans, or Dancers.
This film includes three dance interpreted stories, choreographed and starring the great Gene Kelly. The first story is called "Circus" which tells the story of a circus clown who is secretly in love with the Circus Ballet Star who is openly in love with the Circus High-Wire-Walker. The second story is called "Ring Around The Rosy" which tells the story of a bracelet that is past from one silly lover to the next. The third story is called "Sinbad The Sailor" which tells the story of a navy sailor who, while on shore leave in Bagdad, finds a magic lamp that takes him on an animated adventure.
Each story includes an all star cast of "then" well known dancers who give outstanding performances that only Gene Kelly fans and other dancers could appreciate. It is a delightful film, that will brighten any persons video library.