There should be a copy of this movie in every collection.
Of course I like to say hello!
Sellers just totally elevated this movie with his presence.
This retaining its place on the top 250 is one of IMDBs few saving graces when it comes to voting.
Actually, after checking I noticed "Teddy Bear Mis" is now #1 in comedy so fuck the lot.
You almost forget that you are just listening to one man talk. Now that's some great acting.
This movie does wonderful things for my precious bodily fluids.
absolute classic. apparently sellers was also supposed to play the cowboy character but refused and pretended to have an injured leg when they were shooting that part.
Probably all for the best, since we got Slim Pickens. "NO HORSIN' AROUND ON THE AIRPLANE!!!"
The *hydrogen* bomb.
|HURF BLURF DUH |
Once again, Merkin Muffley = greatest fictional name for a president ever.
The implications of that name hadn't struck me until just now. You have done a great service, sir.
....I'm as capable of being as sorry as you are...
Just a little... Funny.
He does a better Bob Newhart than Bob Newhart
You know, somehow, this movie is even funnier than I remember. How the shit does it do that?
George C. Scott looks like a coked-up badger in this movie, which is one of its many greatest features
Clean and clear and coming through fine
I always get really upset when people say that it's not important how a comedy "looks". So amazing.
Stanley Kubrick + Peter Sellers = pure fucking magic.
And, uh... he went and did a silly thing...
Do you suppose that Rusty Venture was based on Merkin Muffley?
I am working on America's mine shaft gap.
|Lies, lies, LIES! |
Let's not forget Terry Southern. I've read the original script, and most of the surrealism of this scene is Southern's editing. The "It's great to be fine" line? 100% Southern.
Seeing this scene makes me feel bad about five-starring those Ultraviolet clips.
|Tom Collins |
Don't you're more sorry than I am, because I am capable of being as sorry as you are. So we're both sorry. Alright.
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