Watch a Great Sadly Recently Departed Comedy Actor in a Classic On The Big Screen AND Raise Money For Alzheimer's Research...Gene Wilder in BLAZIN' SADDLES  on at The Prince Charles Cinema, with all takings going to charity £5 (and 75p booking fee)..
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Watch a Great Sadly Recently Departed Comedy Actor in a Classic On The Big Screen AND Raise Money For Alzheimer's Research...Gene Wilder in BLAZIN' SADDLES on at The Prince Charles Cinema, with all takings going to charity £5 (and 75p booking fee)..

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Found 25th Sep 2016Made hot 25th Sep 2016
Saw this and thought it well worth bringing to folks attention as it seems to be they have not sold many tickets so far, and I think it's a nice deal to see a classic on the big screen. (Has Had 160+ tickets available last couple of days, would be great to see it sell out, and have an auditorium full of laughter).

All profits going to charity.

18.30 showing on Thursday 29/09/16.

Loved this movie, haven't watched it in ages. Gene Wilder was fab in this as expected, as was Cleavon Little, somewhat of a late substitute for Mr Richard Pryor.

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Rest In Peace Wako Kid. Amazing movie. Amazing actor.

What a great way to see possibly the fumiest film ever, while giving to a good cause.


"Are you awake"
"it depends, are you Black?"
"I'm Black"
"Then I'm Awake"

More beans Mr Taggart? No, I'd say he's had quite enough.

Classic flick, doesn't translate to these times though!

Can't make use of this, but obviously voting hot. Charity thing, great price, brilliant film. "Mongo like candy!"

Fantastic film

Original Poster

Thanks for the heat folks, just checked and seems still 160+ tickets available... I will build a cardboard towns worth of people for the showing

"All profits to charity"

minus our little booking fee to give us some profits.

The sheriff is a n****r

He said the sheriff is near X)

Best movie ever ever

Fantastic and Heart warming OP; if only I were closer. This is up There with Spinal Tap and Life of Brian for me. I never knew Cleavon was a substitute for Richard Pryor btw. Damn I wish I could go, but Heat added.<3

Bart: Well, Jim, since you are my guest and I am your host, what's your pleasure? What do you like to do?
Jim: Oh, I don't know. Play chess... screw...
Bart: [quickly] Well, let's play chess.

Original Poster

Biggunspaul

The sheriff is a n****rHe said the sheriff is near X)



Great Scene...

youtu.be/IZT…uhs

Clever film really made the old racism seem daft,

youtu.be/t9P…PfM

and I love the ending with the French Mistake, etc.
Edited by: "DonkeyKonk" 26th Sep 2016

Little B$"%&*$d shot me in the ass.
Best line EVER

Is that the meme guy

Cold, only because of the booking fee !!!

bustamills

Cold, only because of the booking fee !!!



You do realise they have to pay for the movie?

Recruiting the bad guys by asking what crimes they committed, funny as hell but I can't even say the joke on here as times have changed that much

Wonderful wonderful movie (I have the bluray) that wouldn't be allowed to be made these ugly PC days

Could never see this movie too many times. So totally not PC but for the right reasons.

bustamills

Cold, only because of the booking fee !!!


Move along then slime-ball.

As good as this was I thought Young Frankenstein was funnier...


youtube.com/wat…G8E

Hot.

People might say 'you can't make Hollywood films like this anymore because of the PC crowd' bit it isn't true. Watch Sausage Party. Whilst it has its issues as a film, it does have some hilariously funny racist moments (yes racism can be funny if you allow context).

I can recite most of Blazing Saddles off by heart. You see, the white people all being called Johnson is a racist comment too (indicating an inbreeding with the early settlers due to small population sizes), and funny.

Sorry if my post was authentic frontier gibberish.

Absolutely love this film...yes it's an oldie but it is a goodie but have to agree with many of the comments above that many of the jokes would never make it past the PC brigade these days...strange when you think of some of the things that pass for "comedy" these days...suspect the PC brigade would also object to the incredibly funny (in my opinion!!) "See No Evil, Hear No Evil"...it still never fails to make me laugh and think the plot line shows imagination...shame that the same can't be said of a lot of recent film offerings....

tiggerloveslife

Absolutely love this film...yes it's an oldie but it is a goodie but have … Absolutely love this film...yes it's an oldie but it is a goodie but have to agree with many of the comments above that many of the jokes would never make it past the PC brigade these days...strange when you think of some of the things that pass for "comedy" these days...suspect the PC brigade would also object to the incredibly funny (in my opinion!!) "See No Evil, Hear No Evil"...it still never fails to make me laugh and think the plot line shows imagination...shame that the same can't be said of a lot of recent film offerings....




There's plenty of offensive humour in films these days, far stronger than this film even, as mentioned above Sausage Party is just one.

I think some people are just looking for an excuse to shout "PC BRIGADE" and go on about "the good old days" wherever they can

Shard

Recruiting the bad guys by asking what crimes they committed, funny as … Recruiting the bad guys by asking what crimes they committed, funny as hell but I can't even say the joke on here as times have changed that much


You said [email protected]#e twice

I like [email protected]&e

TN567

You said [email protected]#e twiceI like [email protected]&e



My chef friend asked me "what types of oil you like to cook with?" the other day.

I told him "Rapeseed, Olive, Palm, Sunflower, Canola, Peanut, and Rapeseed".

Blazing Saddles fantastic film!

fireman1

"All profits to charity" minus our little booking fee to give us some … "All profits to charity" minus our little booking fee to give us some profits.



​No pleasing some people

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I can imagine the film being show in Tottenham.X)

Thanks heavens for Charlie and the chocolate factory, Gene wilder at his best, just hated the remake with Johnny pleb !

superkopite

​No pleasing some people




Profits = Revenue minus Costs. Costs can be anything that a creative accountant wants them to be e.g. relevant, irrelevant, fixed, variable, opportunity costs etc.

i.e. the charity might end up with nothing.


Edited by: "cfphoenix" 26th Sep 2016

Anyone in the Beverley area, this film is the 'Mystery Monday Movie' tonight at 8:15 at the Beverley Parkway Cinema. £4 a ticket (not for charity)

Never mind that [email protected]*t here comes Gumbo!

cfphoenix

Profits = Revenue minus Costs. Costs can be anything that a creative … Profits = Revenue minus Costs. Costs can be anything that a creative accountant wants them to be e.g. relevant, irrelevant, fixed, variable, opportunity costs etc. i.e. the charity might end up with nothing.



​all takings are going to charity, not profits.

Just in case you fancy laughing for 16 minutes and 34 seconds.

youtube.com/wat…MZs

Judas101

Anyone in the Beverley area, this film is the 'Mystery Monday Movie' … Anyone in the Beverley area, this film is the 'Mystery Monday Movie' tonight at 8:15 at the Beverley Parkway Cinema. £4 a ticket (not for charity)


Not much of a mystery now though.

Beverly Hills?

Great all round: Great film. Great charity and cause. Great price too. Great location for me at the moment. Taking the missus too, thanks and heat!
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