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On Any Sunday 1

Steve McQueen , Bruce Brown , Bruce Brown    G (General Audience)   DVD
4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (34 customer reviews)
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5.0 out of 5 stars WOULD JUST LOVE TO SMELL THE 'BLENZOL' AGAIN. April 9 2001
My nostrils burning of sweet 'Blenzol'; vibrations in the pit of my stomach as the riders ready at the starting line. (My ex-late husband was a "motocross racer" among other stuff; so I saw it all) He and his pals soaked up renewed energy after seeing the movie; hence, our friends and we drove, bikes in tow, to the Cal Am in Sacramento or any other track or bunch of hills containing mud, dirt, sand, whatever ON ANY/EVERY SUNDAY! (every weekend I rode equipped with boots, gloves, helmut, pads on every corner of my body, kidney belt; tear off's if we played in the mud puddles over in Coyote Hills area; so I related on a personal level) The camera follows Mert and Malcolm and a great bunch of guys through six different kinds of competition. Mert Lawill and Malcolm Smith hang out with Steve and you see the bond and respect they developed over the years. The DVD is excellent. For every soul whose ever sat on a unicycle or a bicycle, tricycle, Yamaha, Bultaco, Honda, or scooter. Seeing it last night brought back my youth; not the grandmother I am. Bad days and dissapointment abound, when I see Jim Rice come back and try to finish the race, it kills me. Riders soak off their casts weeks early to complete....dedication or nut cases; I'm still not sure. Camera shots of ice racing in Canada with two inch spikes spinning at 120mph. Spanish trials, 0-1mph; tons of fun. Guaranteed to excite the whole family. The Widow Maker Run is one of the funniest clips. "G" for GGGGRRREAT.
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5.0 out of 5 stars On Any Sunday Jan. 2 2001
By Paul
On Any Sunday is, simply put, one of the best sports documentaries ever produced. It was one of the first movies I saw as I kid, and since then I have watched it whenver I can. Affectionate and witty, OAS gives a clear overview of the sport of motorcycle racing, showing the both its beauty and its brutality. We see motocross, speedway, dirt bikes, desert racing, superbikes, ice racing, hill climbing and trials riding, plus a few things I probably forgot.
Of course, the film was shot about 30 years ago (it can't be that long!) so it only shows the sport as it existed in 1970 or so, but as snapshot of a time and a group of people, it is nothing less than brilliant.
When I saw it was out on DVD I pounced immediately. The only quibbles I have are with the opening titles (cheesy 80's-vintage video) and the sound. The narrator's voice only comes out of the left speaker. Still, considering that this was not produced in dolby surround sound, it's a very minor complaint.
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5.0 out of 5 stars A bit out-dated, but still packs good info. Jan. 13 2004
This is a good video by Bruce Brown Films. I Purchased this because I was allready getting into motorcycles and recently purchased a Honda Shadow. Music was a bit out-dated, but strangely enough, I now hum some of the musical themes from the movie. (Very Carpenderish type 70's music). I enjoyed the movie and found myself replaying it over 10 times and it is always nice to come back to it again. I especially liked the last bit at the end where all three bikers are riding around what appears to be a desert area near the coast of California. The music meshed nicely with this part and that old Hammond B3 Organ. The video is a good history account of racing in late 60's early 70's. The theme of the movie appears to be that Motorcycles are both fun and dangerous, and shows the variety of racing approaches to the sport.
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5.0 out of 5 stars A true classic. April 15 2002
What can anyone say about this movie except that it is the definitive documentary about American motorcycle racing circa-1970, before big-bucks changed the sport. Regular guys like Mert Lawill driving along in his Ford Econoline van with his racing bike in the back. On the way to a race they would stop and test their bikes on farmer's side roads! Nowadays racers ride around in Gulfstream jets and their (many) race bikes are hauled around in huge corporate-sponsored semi trucks. As an airline pilot, I frequently fly over what's left of the old San Jose Fairgrounds and I always remember seeing my first Mile there in 1977--the dirt clods from the racer's back tires flying through the cyclone fence at turn one where we were standing! A must-have, especially now that it's on DVD.
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Format:VHS Tape
On Any Sunday is an outstanding effort by Burce Brown. It combines motorcycle action, humor and an indepth look at the exciting and sometimes dangerous world of professional motorcycle racing. Having recently seen it again for the first time in almost 30 years, I was inspired to write a letter to Mert Lawwill thanking him for some wonderful memories of my own dirt bike riding days and the Harley I owned. In turn, he wrote me back and included an autographed copy of him hanging it out sideways on a flat track in his hay day. What a great deal. My wife even enjoyed it enough to watch it with my twice in the two days we rented it. Rent it, buy it, watch it. You'll enjoy it!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Why you should buy this DVD April 9 2000
If you love beautiful photography, Steve Mc Queen or motorcycles, this is a great DVD. I have had,( and loved), a copy of this film on VHS for many years, but compared to this DVD, it is pathetic. The DVD is so sharp and clear that it is breathtaking. There are minute indications in the DVD that the film stock was starting to deteriorate, thank God it was rescued for posterity by DVD. It includes great features on Steve McQueen and the making of the film. Bruce Brown's beautiful photography alone makes this a work of art worth owning. Buying this DVD is the best way that you can vote for the preservation of great films! Do it!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Inspiring
I saw this in the theatre when it first came out and it completely hooked me. Loved every second. If you love motorcycles you will love this film.
Published 4 months ago by Dave Clou
5.0 out of 5 stars GREAT MOVIE!
Definately a classic. Great movie for any and all motorcyclists of all ages and eras. Now I have to get 'On any sunday 2'!
Published 5 months ago by Gerald
5.0 out of 5 stars Superb item.
This is the best motorcycle video ever. It is so inspiring I had to view it 3 times and highly recommend it.
Published 7 months ago by Jonathan M. Nicholson
4.0 out of 5 stars a must movie for any motorcycle enthusiast
As a motorcycle enthusiast for the past 50 years I missed this one when it came out. Got it now
Published 9 months ago by rick hendriks
5.0 out of 5 stars classic
bought this for the motorcycling husband as we collect all great and awesome bike movies. steve mcqueen is still awesome
Published 10 months ago by brenda
4.0 out of 5 stars really liked this
bought this for my spouse and he loves it! I even liked it and I have never driven a motorcycle
Published 19 months ago by Mary
4.0 out of 5 stars yeah
Finally saw whole video after many years. I wouldn't say its riviting, edge of your seat stuff, but it sure makes you greatful for the advances in technology, and reminds us how... Read more
Published on June 4 2012 by Jan
1.0 out of 5 stars "On Any Sunday"
Dear Sir or Madam,

I have not received this product as of this date! Thirty six days and counting.

Published on June 28 2011 by John
5.0 out of 5 stars Wow.
This movie needs no explaination. Easily one of the greatest movies about a sport of all time. BUY THIS MOVIE!
Published on June 13 2004 by Stephanie
5.0 out of 5 stars Great Film
This is one of my favorite films. I watched it after I started riding dirt bikes, however, I can understand how it would have inspired many people people to start riding... Read more
Published on Nov. 10 2003
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