Steve Martin Collection - The Jerk / The Lonely Guy / Dead Men Dont Wear Plaid (3 DVD Boxset) £6.83 + Free Delivery + 28 ipoints @ dvd.co.uk - HotUKDeals
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Once upon a time there was a very very funny man called Steve Martin. He mad top class comedy films..........and then he got Hollywooded and started to make average family friendly comedy. What a shame. But fear not, for here we have three of his finest comedies in 1 boxset at a great price.

The Jerk (Dir. Carl Reiner, 1979): That wild and crazy guy, Steve Martin, makes his acting debut in this wild and crazy comedy hit The Jerk. Steve portrays Navin Johnson, adopted son of a poor black sharecropper family, whose crazy inventions lead him from rags to riches and right back to rags. Along the way, he's smitten with a lady motorcycle racer, survives a series of screwball attacks by a deranged killer, becomes a millionaire by inventing the "opti-grab" handle for eyeglasses - and shows why he's the hottest comic performer in America today.

The Lonely Guy (Dir. Arthur Hiller, 1984): The one and only, Steve Martin, stars along with Charles Grodin and Tony Award winner, Judith Ivey, in this funny and poignant romance inspired by Bruce Jay Friedman's tongue-in-cheek survival manual.

The Lonely Guy follows the progress of Larry (Steve Martin) and his buddy Warren (Charles Grodin) as they attempt to eke out a successful social life in the Big Apple. They're losers, until one day, Larry writes a book that turns loneliness into the ultimate love potion, and life is never the same!

Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid (Dir. Carl Reiner, 1982): As the private eye of private eyes, Steve Martin is Rigby Reardon. He's tough, rough and ready to take on anything when Juliet Forrest appears on the scene with a case: her father, a noted scientist, philanthropist and cheesemaker has died mysteriously. Reardon immediately smells a rat and follows a complex maze of clues that lead to the 'Carlotta Lists'. With a little help from his 'friends' Alan Ladd, Barbara Stanwyck, Ray Milland, Burt Lancaster, Humphrey Bogart, Charles Laughton, and others, Reardon gets his man.

An exciting, action-fun packed film the way 40's films used to be!

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Actors Steve Martin, Charles Grodin, Judith Ivey, Steve Lawrence, Robyn Douglass, Merv Griffin, Rachel Ward, Carl Reiner, Reni Santoni, George Gaynes, Frank McCarthy, Bernadette Peters, Catlin Adams, Jackie Mason, M. Emmet Walsh & Bill Macy
Director Carl Reiner & Arthur Hiller
Certificate 15 years and over
Year 1979 ; 1984 ; 1982
Languages English
Region Region 2 - Will only play on European Region 2 or multi-region DVD players.
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[mod]#1
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[mod]#2
Personally, I would like this to have been a 4 DVD boxset with "The Man With Two Brains" included. But it isn't.
However, if you want you can get TMWTB for £4.73 from The Hut group; but I'd wait as it's bound to be £3.99 or even £2.99 at some point.
#3
all of me is another of his best films.
#4
This has got to be one of the un-funiest people ever to disgrace the planet.
#5
He's like marmite - either you love him or hate him

TMWTB is one of the funniest films ever made :w00t:

I saw a video of a live performance creatively called "Steve Martin Live" which was also excellent
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MadBob
This has got to be one of the un-funiest people ever to disgrace the planet.


You haven't seen these films then have you?
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MadBob
This has got to be one of the un-funiest people ever to disgrace the planet.


Totally agree.

Strange what some people find funny. Better off with this double pack that I got the other day.

http://www.play.com/DVD/DVD/4-/152488/Deuce-Bigalow-Male-Gigolo-The-Hot-Chick/Product.html
#8
FilthAndFurry
Totally agree.

Strange what some people fid funny. Better off with this double pack that I got the other day.

http://www.play.com/DVD/DVD/4-/152488/Deuce-Bigalow-Male-Gigolo-The-Hot-Chick/Product.html


Very good :thumbsup:




The Jerk and Dead Men are bonafide classic comedy films... I've only seen The Lonely Guy once about 22 years ago and form memory it was pretty good too and also has the always excellent Charles Grodin.
[mod]#9
FilthAndFurry
Totally agree.

Strange what some people find funny. Better off with this double pack that I got the other day.

http://www.play.com/DVD/DVD/4-/152488/Deuce-Bigalow-Male-Gigolo-The-Hot-Chick/Product.html


AAAAAAAAAARRRRRRRRRRRGGGH

Stop trolling my posts with your madness
#10
FilthAndFurry
Totally agree.

Strange what some people find funny. Better off with this double pack that I got the other day.

http://www.play.com/DVD/DVD/4-/152488/Deuce-Bigalow-Male-Gigolo-The-Hot-Chick/Product.html


it is funny - i mean after all you find Rob Schneider to be funnier than Steve Martin?

really?????????? and i hope you didnt pay £5.99 because for two such old films it should more like £3.99

it does take all sorts, but steve martin WAS an awesome comedy actor in the 70s and 80s. Planes, Trains and Automobiles is one of his finest. The Jerk is awesome too.
suspended#11
Wish the boxset had been

The Man With Two Brains
The Jerk
All Of Me

I think next week I'll be able to send some more money as I may have extra work. My friend Patty promised me a blow job. Your loving son, Navin. (Class!) The Jerk.
#12
stingersplash
it is funny - i mean after all you find Rob Schneider to be funnier than Steve Martin?

really?????????? and i hope you didnt pay £5.99 because for two such old films it should more like £3.99


I'm pretty sure that was meant as a joke... nobody could be that depraved surely :-D:w00t:

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