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Dudley Do-Right follows the hilarious exploits of the dedicated but hapless young Mountie (Brendan Fraser), as he struggles to outwit the evil Snidely Whiplash (Alfred Molina). Snidely has devised the scam of the century setting off the biggest gold rush since the Klondike. Prospector Kim J. Darling (Eric Idle) is an unsuspecting oaf who joins the millionaire wannabes streaming into the town that has since been named Whiplash City. It's up to the usually sweet and naive Dudley to lead the charge, defeat the villain, win the heart of Nell Fenwick (Sarah Jessica Parker) and bring peace back to Semi-Happy Valley. Hopefully, he won't screw it up.

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Brendan Fraser (George of the Jungle, The Mummy) brings his considerable charm to this awkward live-action version of the classic cartoon Dudley Do-Right. The first half of the movie lays out the basic elements of the cartoon (none-too-bright Canadian Mountie battles melodrama villain Snidely Whiplash with pluck and dumb luck) with little wit or imagination, but lots of pratfalls and broad gags. But about halfway into it, when Whiplash has taken over the town of Semi-Happy Falls and become its leading citizen, the movie takes a curious turn: Since Whiplash has become, to all appearances, a good guy, Dudley decides the only way to fight him is to turn into a bad guy. Next thing you know, Dudley is decked out in black leather and cruising around on a motorbike while Whiplash fumes impotently. Bullwinkle fans may decry this departure, but it gives the movie a much-needed burst of energy and the opportunity for some entertainingly surreal images--like Whiplash up to his neck in a mudbath with cucumber slices on his eyes, consulting with his henchmen about dealing with that unpredictable Do-Right. With Alfred Molina, Sarah Jessica Parker, and Monty Python's Eric Idle. --Bret Fetzer


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    • Actors: Brendan Fraser, Sarah Jessica Parker, Alfred Molina, Eric Idle, Robert Prosky
    • Directors: Hugh Wilson
    • Writers: Hugh Wilson
    • Producers: John Davis, J. Todd Harris, Joseph M. Singer
    • Format: Multiple Formats, Anamorphic, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, DTS Surround Sound, Full Screen, Live, NTSC, Widescreen
    • Language: English (Dolby Digital 5.1), English (DTS 5.1)
    • Subtitles: English
    • Dubbed: French
    • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
    • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
    • Number of discs: 1
    • Rated: PG (Parental Guidance Suggested)
    • Studio: Universal Studios
    • DVD Release Date: May 4, 2010
    • Run Time: 83 minutes
    • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (60 customer reviews)
    • ASIN: B000035Z3G
    • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #47,889 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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    16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Bradley Tobin on May 3, 2001
    Format: DVD
    A Score of 2 is a Little Harsh, Its Really more of a 2 1/2, but be Warned, when Considering Seeing, Hiring or Buying "Dudley Do-Right", Ask yourself these 3 Questions. 1: Do you Enjoy seeing people Fall Over? 2: Do you Enjoy Funny Sound Effects (eg. Boooiiinnnggg, Tweety Bird Noises). 3: Do you Enjoy seeing Horses blow Raspberry's at people and Pass Gas? If you said No to all three, run away from this film as Fast as you Can. If you said Yes to One, See it when it hits Cable. If you said Yes to Two, Hire it. If you said Yes to All Three... Buy It Now; It Is Your Dream Film.
    When I asked Myself these questions, I fell Somewhere in the Middle, I was never Hysterically Laughing at Do-Right's Antics, but I was a Little Won over by his (and the films) Childish Charm and Endless Energy. In the end, though, most of the laughs come from Pity.. or Stupidity.
    Like the Somewhat Superior "George of the Jungle", Brendan makes a Fool of himself for an Hour and Twenty minutes for the kids, while also proving that Slapstick Isn't Dead for the Adults. (it mightn't be Dead, but it Certainly isn't Thriving)
    Brendan doesn't have as much to do Physically as he did in "George", but he still makes a Fool of himself. The Real star of this film is Alfred Molina as Snidely Whiplash, Do-Rights Arch Nemesis. His Comically Evil Expressions and Hilarious Laugh had me laughing Every time. Sarah Jessica Parker and Eric Idle share what is left of the Screen time, (which isn't much) Neither make much of an Impression.
    The Storyline is more Clever than I Imagined it would be, Every time I considered turning the film off in Embarrassment, A Clever Twist, Satirical Comment or Whiplash Laugh would force me to Stick with it, and it Is worth it, as it Does get better as it goes along. So Stick with it, even through it's Darkest moments, even the most Critical Reviewers should find a few laughs here and there.
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    8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Ron R. Walcher on March 18, 2003
    Format: DVD
    With this movie, you have to think about what you're bringing to it. Let me explain: though I enjoyed the Rocky & Bulwinkle show from time to time, I had never before seen a Dudley Doright cartoon, so I didn't have any of that baggage. I saw George of the Jungle but was offended by it in certain parts. I came to this movie really expecting a better George of the Jungle (as promised in the trailer gag (no, I'm not kidding.) "From the STAR of George of the Jungle and the PRODUCER of George of the Jungle and the NARRATOR of George, etc." and lastly, I came to the movie with a clean mind (this isn't gonna be PC, but if you see everything in sexual or homosexual overtones, you're gonna see everything in this movie under those tones. If you're not, you won't.).
    That said, I got a blast out of this movie. This is not an intelligent movie, this is a fun movie. I love it's randomness: From miniature golf to indians with New York accents, you're never sure where the laughs are going to strike next. I nearly died during the "training" scene.
    All the actors turn in good performances, but kudos go to Eric Idle for taking a slightly stereotypical character and making him not so and also I must give praise to Alfred Molina for producing one of the funniest comical scene chewing villains I have ever seen.
    Intelligent this aint. Fun it is. Safe for the whole family.
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    7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Jason Ward on June 1, 2000
    Format: VHS Tape
    I've been a long-time fan of movies with no point other than to entertain. This one goes near the top of my list of good slapstick films. Brendan Fraser is totally convincing as the Goody-two-shoes Dudley, and Alfred Molina is a scream as Snidley Whiplash. Eric Idle as the Teacher is goofy as usual. The Kumquat (sp?) Indians are also a riot. (Riverdance?) The only problem I really have is Sarah Jessica Parker. To me, she didn't seem to really pass of as a believable Nell Fenwick, Dudley's Love Interest. Don't expect great art, just a fun way to kill 90 minutes.
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    6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Downunder Blunder on March 13, 2000
    Format: DVD
    Having been a lifelong fan of the old Dudley Do-Right cartoon series (He's my hero)(I'm 43)I found Brendans' portrayal very, very labored. The expression on his face for the most part was "do I really want to be here?". Sarah Jessica Parker would have been my 10th choice of ladies to play the part of Nell (I guess Sex & the City is where she belongs). Also being a Python fan, the inclusion of Eric Idle originally got my interest up....but sadly the role given him was a complete misuse of his comic genius....he would have been better suited as Snidley. The movie overall was somewhat enjoyable to watch, but I think I'll stick to watching the old cartoon series.
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    3 of 3 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on April 4, 2001
    Format: VHS Tape
    This movie tries very hard to be the old cartoon. It's not as funny, but it's still great. Brendan Fraser is remarkably good as Do-Right, since he wasn't so good in George of the Jungle. Alfred Molina is not quite as evil as Snidely should be, but he is still a LOT of fun. Nell Fenwick (Sarah Jessica Parker) is an error, as she can't act. The minor characters (Eric Idle, The chief) are funny too. What happened to the inspector? He was minor! He was so main in the cartoon! I love this movie. It is so much fun. I would buy it!
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    Format: DVD
    Released in 1999, “Dudley Do-Right” is a live-action version of the 60’s cartoon with Brendan Fraser in the title role, Alfred Molina as Snidely Whiplash, Sarah Jessica Parker as Nell and Eric Idle as Dudley’s “master.”

    The movie was advertised as “brought to you by the producers of George of the Jungle,” which of course implies that it might be in the same ballpark in quality. Unfortunately, that’s not the case at all. While the two movies share a couple of the same producers they don’t share directors or writers. “Dudley Do-Right” was directed and written by Hugh Wilson who directed/wrote the amusing “Blast from the Past,” which came out six months before “Do Right.” As such, you would think “Do-Right” would be a decent goofy comedy, but it’s not. It’s starts off with an overlong, irrelevant and pointless cartoon and never recovers. The zany jokes fall flat except for a couple and this is from someone who enjoys stoo-pid humor.

    What’s utterly amazing is that “Do-Right” cost a whopping $70 million in 1999 dollars. “Blast from the Past” only cost half that much and “George of the Jungle” (1997) $15 million less (than "Do-Right")! Where’d all the money go? You certainly don’t see it on the screen or in the writing. Of course, Fraser is likable and fitting as Dudley and Molina eats up the role of Whiplash, but their jokes are lame and unfunny. Parker might have worked, but she’s underutilized. Really, the only sequences that perked my attention are the Native American theater scenes and, in the third act, when Dudley morphs into a bad dude to beat Whiplash, but even these scenes aren’t anything to write home about.

    Simply put, “Dudley Do-Right” is a DUD.

    The film runs 77 minutes and was shot in British Columbia and Santa Clarita, CA.

    GRADE: D
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