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T.J. es un empresario que quiere engrandecer su espectáculo circense con un show único en el mundo: la presentación de un caballo de solo 20 cm. de altura. El prof. Bromley, estudioso de la prehistoria parte junto con un aventurero hacia la cueva en donde se supone que habita el ejemplar. Todo marcha bien hasta que hallan un formidable dinosaurio.


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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas My Alice B. Toklas Movie Review 9 de septiembre de 2012
Por souther0257 - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: DVD Compra verificada
Some of the definitive movies of the late 60's and early 70's--wait. Isn't it interesting among all the ungroovy words that were made up in the 21st Century(that's precisely), "definitive" is still around.
Because the people with the jobs of writing a little something on the backs of movie boxes don't have
many other choices. Easy Rider was one, with dark vibes and the underworld counterculture. About sizes
it up. Looking for Mr. Goodbar, is also a dark theme. Catch-22, morbid humor, and more theme than one
knows what to do with. Alice B. Toklas is not heavy, and the vibes are warm, bright..and what, chocolate snacks? Can I have one?

No spoiling this one. You can't make me. If you never heard of it, never read the one or two
reviews here and there, preclude that. Don't cheat. It's cheating. You have to be 18 to watch
Sellers and Leigh Taylor-Young, Joyce Van Patten(daughter of Dick Van Patten), big cast. 18
to watch this(legally) and for a silly reason. I thought so but there are more people than
just me now. A lot of actors I don't have on other movies. I like 60's flicks. This movie was in theaters in 1968. Lighthearted? Fun but meaningful. Things are bad when all you think of to say is "lighthearted". Or it's a subtle ways of telling some of us we are morons. Based on our
entertainment needs. The movie is about changes people make, and is funny because of things that happen. It isn't sarcastic or black humor or based on taking pot shots at characters. I Love You
Alice B. Toklas is the closest a person can get to being in the sixties, which was close to the
the end. The flick was set in it's own time, made well, and made some cry, even. The ones of us
with the goods, then, now..they felt like they knew at least one character. Most likely filmed
in L.A., City Of The Angels.
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas I love you Alicie B Toke lots and so foes Harold Fien. 24 de diciembre de 2016
Por VASCO - Publicado en Amazon.com
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"To a funeral he wears his Indian suit".
Oh, my god! !! Oh, a year's salary for 10 minutes"
"Mmm, better than Reubens"
"Oh Harold,take me!!"
Ben? "." it's my last one"....."alright".
"It's all peace and love, it's god."

Just a few quites, i like based on watching this a few times. But then only people,who are fluent in regards to this movie
will understand this weird review.

Peter Sellers, a uptight, unhappy lawyer who gets smitten by a uninhibited flower power chick. turn him into a hip flower child..turns out hes not happy here or there.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas A Forgotten Movie That Should Be Revisited 13 de marzo de 2012
Por Lawrence J. Ukolowicz - Publicado en Amazon.com
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Most of the people reading this will probably not have existed in the 60's and early 70's. They will look at this movie and scoff at it and call it 'dated'. Well, to them I say you just don't know what a gem Peter Sellers is and what he contributed to the cinema. He is a master of slapstick, beyond the silent-era masters. His face was well-worn with sadness most of the time, but could jump from facial stone to high-intense emotion in a matter of seconds. Few actors can do that now. In fact, many can't do it. You have to go beyond your preconceived notion that movies before you were born are 'dated' and go back into a time when Hollywood took chances with movie making. Now days, it's the same formula over and over until they become so ridiculous, I stopped going to the movies. I would rather be entertained by quality than by a mass-produced actor machine that produces the same type of actor over and over again. Peter Sellers was one of a kind and yes, his movies are dated to those that did not live during the era. But to us who DID live in the era, he is God! For all movie historians and students of the theatre in universities, please, review Peter's movies and see the marvel of acting from this comedic, subtle genious. Thanks for reading.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas A TRIP back in time... 31 de marzo de 2007
Por Eddie Landsberg - Publicado en Amazon.com
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Along with THE PARTY and THE PRESIDENT'S ANALYST, this is one of my favorite films from the psychadelic 60's... though its a bit sad: a comedy, but in retrospect, an homage to a lost revolution - - In fact, in many ways its a play on a fantasy I'm sure we've all had at one time or another... the idea of escaping from the monotony of a boring life and job and... being free - - only then, it was actually a trendy idea... still, Harold Fine (played by Peter Sellers) would have been the least likely guy to ever go ahead and do it... a 30-something year old attorney, unhappily engaged, square and stabley employed... but that was before a young hippie dippie chick came into his life, and he was able to sample her groovy brownies, expand his mind, and learn that maybe 9-5 wasn't as full of "tsures" as he thought it was.

Not to many extra features except a theatrical trailer, the movie is juicilly remastered... and the dialogue, images and music are really a trip back to the 60's. - - True, the film is best remembered for the hash brownie scene the film starts rolling way before then and keeps on getting better and better starting with the most "beautiful" and sub-union scale funeral you've ever been to... of course its hard to top and elderly Jewish couple high on hash and dancing the horah and playing minerature golf.... but that's just the begining of the madness.

Based on a great book with a great premise... an additional surprize about the movie was Peter Seller's ability to act so straight and square... then make the transformation from neurotic square to... to a hippie on the verge of a nervous breakdown. (Compare to Coburn's role in The President's Analyst.)

Don't rent this one... buy it... I get the munchies for it once every couple of years or so - - its worth the purchase... (By the way, another under-rated little morsel from this era is Goldie Hawn in Butterflies Are Free, though I think Leigh Taylor-Young's hippie dippie chick's got her beat on this one...!)

All in all, this is a hillariously cynical look at the "WE" generation, and along with THE PARTY one of my all time favorite PETER SELLERS films.
4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Better Than Expected 25 de enero de 2013
Por M. Hughes - Publicado en Amazon.com
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This is actually a pretty good film. Like a watered down tongue in cheek version of The Graduate, this movie captures well the social split - cultural revolution - that was taking place in the Sixties. Of course we are still paying for those indulgences to this day, but I digress. The movie is actually pretty funny. It is light. And it is a product of its time, so to a great extent it does somewhat capture the mood of the era well - as well as any comedy can, that is to say. And of all the lesser know Sellers films from that decade, it certainly fairs better than The Mouse That Roared or that other flic with those little brats living on Park Avenue - sorry, the name escapes me at present - that is how much I enjoyed that one. And it is certainly much better than the Magic Christian. Check it out, man, it's groovy. Sorry about that.


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