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Blazing Saddles (30th Anniversary Special Edition) R

Never give a saga an even break!
Blazing Saddles (30th Anniversary Special Edition)
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DVD Features:

  • Rated: R
  • Run Time: 1 hours, 33 minutes
  • Video: Color
  • Released: May 16, 2017
  • Originally Released: 1974
  • Label: Warner Home Video
  • Encoding: Region 1 (USA & Canada)
  • Special Edition

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Memorable Quotes and Dialog:

"It's not Hedy. It's Hedley. Hedley Lamarr"--Hedley Lamarr (Harvey Korman)
"What the hell are you worried about' This is 1874. You'll be able to sue her."
  - Governor Lepetomane (Mel Brooks)
"My name is Jim. But most people call me...Jim."
  - Jim (Gene Wilder) to Sheriff Bart (Cleavon Little)
"Yeah, but I shoot with this hand."
  - Jim
"If you shoot him, you'll just make him mad."
  - Jim to Sheriff Bart, about Mongo (Alex Karras)
"Excuse me while I whip this out."
  - Sheriff Bart
"I got it! I know how we can run everybody out of Rock Ridge...We'll kill the firstborn male child of every household."--Taggart (Slim Pickens)
"Too Jewish."
  - Lamarr
"Badges' We don't need no stinkin' badges!"
  - Mexican bandit
"You'd do it for Randolph Scott."--Sheriff Bart
"Randolph Scott!"
  - the townspeople
"I didn't get a 'harrumph' out of that guy!"--Governor Lepetomane
"Give the governor a 'harrumph!'"--Lamarr
"Harrumph!"--Reporter
"You watch your ass."
  - Governor
"Can't you see that's the last act of a desperate man'"--Sheriff Bart
"We don't care if it's the first act of HENRY V, we're leaving!"
  - villager

Entertainment Reviews:

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AUDIENCE SCORE
User Ratings: 218,191
Goldarned if the whole fool enterprise is not worth the attention of any moviegoer with a penchant for what one actor, commenting on another's Gabby Hayes imitation, calls 'authentic western gibberish.' Full Review
TIME Magazine
Aug 22, 2008
Gene Wilder is ingenuous...
Sight and Sound
Sep 1, 2004
...This cowboy-tweaking smash was great in its day...
USA Today
Jul 3, 1997
by making harmless staples of Western films, such as Gabby Hayes, talk like real-life small-minded white men is unsettling and damning of the unspoken bigotry and entitlement in what is often perceived as harmless Americana. Full Review
Den of Geek
Feb 7, 2019
Rating: 4/4 -- It's a crazed grabbag of a movie that does everything to keep us laughing except hit us over the head with a rubber chicken. Full Review
Chicago Sun-Times
Oct 24, 2004
Although Cleavon Little and Gene Wilder head a uniformly competent cast, pic is handily stolen by Harvey Korman and Madeline Kahn. Kahn is simply terrific doing a Marlene Dietrich lampoon. Full Review
Variety
Apr 2, 2008
Mel Brooks has come up with his most outrageous comedy to date in the brilliantly funny Blazing Saddles. Full Review
Hollywood Reporter
Feb 7, 2019

Product Description:

A madcap spoof of the classic Hollywood Western, BLAZING SADDLES is also one of the most gleefully anti-P.C. films ever produced by a major studio. When the sheriff of a small frontier town is killed, convict Bart (Cleavon Little) is appointed the first black sheriff of all-white Rock Ridge by the evil Hedley Lamarr (Harvey Korman), who hopes this will chase the townspeople from their homes. The naive Sheriff Bart soon catches on, realizing from the less than cheery welcome that the townspeople (who all seem to be named Johnson) aren't prepared for a black sheriff and that he was never meant to succeed at all. Enlisting the help of the sensitive town drunk (Gene Wilder), formerly the Waco Kid, Bart embarks on a plan to save Rock Ridge. A scathing spoof that deals with racism, sexism, and bodily functions, BLAZING SADDLES offers a contrast between picture and words that is shocking, subversive, and hilarious. Director Mel Brooks makes two memorable appearances--as both the sleazy governor and a Yiddish-speaking Sioux Indian chief--while Madeline Kahn does a sidesplitting Marlene Dietrich imitation as the town floozy. Featuring fabulous comic turns by Alex Karras and Slim Pickens, BLAZING SADDLES is raunchy, lovable, and uproarious.

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Production Notes:

  • Theatrical release: February 7, 1974
  • BLAZING SADDLES is number 6 on the American Film Institute's list of "America's 100 Funniest Movies."
  • Richard Pryor, one of the screenwriters of the film, went on to become one of the most famous African-American comic actors of the silver screen.
  • The film was not released until 9 months after the production was completed. It was originally set to run 125 minutes but was trimmed to 93 minutes before it was released in theatres.

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