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"Zorro, The Gay Blade (Widescreen)"

George Hamilton , Lauren Hutton , Peter Medak    PG (Parental Guidance Suggested)   DVD
4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (20 customer reviews)
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4.0 out of 5 stars Campy and funny Feb. 5 2006
The first time I saw this film I laughed out loud and subsequent viewings still make me chuckle. The characters are so over the top, but somehow it just adds to the appeal. Brenda Vaccaro is particularly memorable and her 'balcony' scene is a scene-stealer right down to the moment when her shoe gets caught on the railing. One of my favourites and still good campy fun.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Zizzling zorro April 1 2004
By A Customer
My family and I have watched this movie so many times that we can recite word for word. It is a classic. We never tire of it. Unfortunately we have it on the old Beta system and it is not to be found in Australia to purchase. I heard about Amazon and what a wonderful surprise to find it here. We have to go out and purchase a multi region DVD now to play the movie. It will be worth it though. Now I won't have to worry about the poor state of the video at the video shop.
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4.0 out of 5 stars One of the Great Memories of the Eighties Jan. 25 2004
By A Customer
I was four when this film came out. I loved it then and I love it now. It's a true spoof classic up there with Naked Gun and Hot Shots! If you have an ounce of humor in you you won't want to miss George Hamilton twirling both his swords ( no pun intended ). Have fun and get this film.
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5.0 out of 5 stars If it weren't for cable... Sept. 26 2003
...I would have missed out on so many great movies!! I first saw this on HBO when I was 12, and I thought George Hamilton was a "hottie". Funny men have always done it for me. Ask my husband.
Anyway, I saw this movie last weekend...I'm now in my 30's...and it hasn't suffered any with age! George is still spectacular in two quite different roles; from virile, Spanish playboy to British, preening queen, he does not disappoint. The soundtrack is wonderful...borrowed, I believe, from "The Adventures of Don Juan". The genre is definitely screwball/spoof. You will laugh at the funny dialogue and probably enjoy the action of the fencing sequences as well.
I recommend also viewing the original "Mask of Zorro" with Tyrone Power. It's illuminating to see where the "Gay Blade" crew got their inspiration...also interesting to watch Mr. Power playing a "fop". Enjoy! I did.
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5.0 out of 5 stars "Say something like a sissy-boy..." Sept. 18 2003
By Maek
I first saw this movie when I was 10 years old and it still makes me laugh to this day.
What makes this comedy unique for me though, is how so many different story elements are blended so beautifully. You have romance, action, and comedy so wonderfully balanced that the entire movie is guaranteed to put a smile on your face. Bunny Wigglesworth is so over-the-top whilst Diego's accent is so hilariously exploited. Esteban's evil is perfectly juxtaposed against Diego's love interest. The drama of Zorro surrendering himself to save the one he loves plays against the "other" Zorro whipping his name into the wall (and not just a "Z", but "Zeeeeee Ohhhhhhhhh Rrrrrrrrr Rrrrrrr Ohhhhhhh! Zorro!" Esteban: "Ah, ha!!! I think he is trying to tell me something!"
It's also evident in the music. The dark, thunderous playing of violins accentuate Esteban's bad character. The light, lilting tune is playful when Zorro fences. The music waxes nostalgic when Ms. Hutton kisses Zorro.
Sadly, the transfer of this movie to DVD seems confined to someone eating a Twinkie and hitting record from a VHS tape. Mono sound? Poor video transfer? Come on, people, get with it! While it's forgivable on very old movies, a 1981 flick is NOT beyond the realm of beautification. And for the price, some extras would have been nice.
Still, it's nice to see that someone thinks highly enough of the film to transfer it to something longer-lasting than a VHS tape.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Inspired genius Aug. 13 2003
This movie is a rare gem...truly hilarious. Its 10 times funnier than Love at First Bite.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Fabulously funny June 29 2003
By A Customer
This version of the legend of Zorro is a lot lighter than usual but very entertaining. Our real hero, Zorro, is put out of commission by an accident that occurs during a romantic interlude with a married woman. To help the people of his small town from the oppressive government, however, Zorro must continue! And, it would also help to save our hero's butt! So in comes our newest saviour! He does it all wearing puce, lemon yellow and a lot of fringes. And don't forget the helpful servant Paco who happens to be mute and a bit of a mime - or our beautiful lady who falls for Zorro (the straight one, thankfully).
It all makes for a wonderful movie. Part comedy of errors, part intellectual comedy, this film is just funny. A definite must for every member of your family!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Hysterical May 5 2003
This light hearted tale is hysterically funny. No matter how many times I watch it, I laugh all the way through it!
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