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It's The Biggest Entertainment Ever To Rock The Screen With Laughter! And It Just Got Bigger on Blu-ray!
Spencer Tracy heads a hilariously zany cast that stars Hollywood's greatest comedians (Milton Berle, Sid Caesar, Buddy Hackett, Ethel Merman, Mickey Rooney, Dick Shawn, Phil Silvers, Terry-Thomas and Jonathan Winters) and features cameo appearances by every joker and jester in the business from Don Knotts and Jerry Lewis to The Three Stooges.
Nominated for 6 Oscars®, It's A Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World is "an explosive motion picture experience" (Variety)!
On a winding desert highway, eight vacation-bound motorists share an experience that alters their plans and their lives! After a mysterious stranger divulges the location of a stolen fortune, they each speed off in a mind-bending, car-bashing race for the loot and the most side-splitting laughfest in history.
Blu-ray Special Features include Something a Little Less Serious: A Tribute to It’s A Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World, Extended Scenes, and more, more, more madness!
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Reviews Counted: 28
Fresh: The comic competition is so keen that it is impossible to single out any one participant as outstanding.-Variety Staff, Variety, November 07, 2007
Fresh: Spencer Tracy, Sid Caesar, Mickey Rooney and host of good-old-fashioned-comedy chums cram in the action, but miss the laughs in this frantic bank caper comedy.-, Film4, November 07, 2007
Rotten: Stanley Kramer strikes out again with this elephantine 1963 attempt at uproarious comedy.-Don Druker, Chicago Reader, November 07, 2007
Fresh: Kramer's 'comedy to end all comedy' stretches its material to snapping point but offers happy hours of star-spotting.-, Time Out, February 09, 2006