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Hats Off To Madeline: Songs From The Hit TV Series Soundtrack


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Audio CD, Soundtrack, April 23, 1996
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (April 23, 1996)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Soundtrack
  • Label: Rhino / Wea
  • ASIN: B0000033QU
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #417,638 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Hats Off To Madeline
2. A Crown Of Gold
3. Boo! It's Halloween
4. Monkeys Are Trouble
5. Going Down The Nile In Style
6. I Am Not Afraid Of Snakes
7. Dots Of Red
8. The Perfect Dog
9. You Find Magic When You Find A Friend
10. Ah Paris, Ooh La La
11. Mean And Nasty Horrible Hats
12. The Best, Best Gifts In The World
13. The Cooking Song
14. To Be A Star
15. Dinosaurs, Dinosaurs
16. Home Is Where The Heart Is
17. That's All There Is

Editorial Reviews

Hats Off To Madeline Soundtrack album for sale by Madeline And The Dog Show was released Apr 19, 1996 on the Rhino label. This is part of Kid Rhino's Storytime Adventures series. Hats Off To Madeline Soundtrack buy CD music Performers include: Christopher Plummer. Hats Off To Madeline Soundtrack songs Personnel: Ian James Corlett, French Tickner, Veronika Sztopa, Kelly Sheridan, Vanessa King, Andrea Libman, Susan Blu, A.J. Bond, Danny Mann, Blu Mankuma, Louise Vallance, Dave Morse, Jim Byrnes, Nigel Bennett (vocals). Hats Off To Madeline Soundtrack album for sale Audio Mixer: Andy Street. Hats Off To Madeline Soundtrack CD music Audio Remixer: Bruce Chianese. Arranger: Andy Street. Hats Off To Madeline Soundtrack CD music contains a single disc with 17 songs.

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By "nigel_tufnel11" on December 3, 2000
Format: DVD
Remember the Seventies? Of course you do. It's the decade of stagflation, Watergate, polyester shirts and big flared pants, and The Hustle. How could you possibly forget all that, try as you might?
Well, thanks to the crew of the Satellite of Love, you don't have to, because they've rummaged through their closets, checking under their lime-green leisure suits and behind their Pet Rocks, and unearthed "Angels Revenge", a direct-to-drive-in rip-off of "Charlie's Angels" by the one and only Greydon Clark.
The story involves six ladies joining forces to battle the regional manager of an elaborate drug operation. In the course of their venture, they cross paths with all sorts of creepy, leering, and remarkably incompetent thugs. Oh, and they also have to deal with such slumming celebrities as Alan Hale, Jr., Arthur Godfrey, Pat Buttram, and Jim Backus, all of whom took the money, and therefore are fair game for the taunts from our heroes.
All the hallmarks of D-grade Seventies filmmaking are present and accounted for: the foxy, violent chicks, trying to rid the world of evil; the evil itself, which can't even muster up a single moment of real suspense, since none of the bad guys seem to know how to use a gun; the big-name star (in this case, Jack Palance) who should have known better; the casual racism that was apparently A-OK at the time; the inherent sexism disguised as a female empowerment story; and the love of car chases and explosions and lots and lots of gunplay, all set to cartoony sound effects and "har-dee-har-har" music.
In short, it's perfect for MST3K.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Michael Jasper on December 7, 1999
Format: DVD
I showed this video to a class of first-year English students in Ankara, Turkey, and they thought it was hilarious. This one is a classic--from the Jack Palance imitations, the "Welcome to Skipper's" line off Alan Hale, the skit where Mike and the robots are turned into the cast of "Renegade," to the horrible disco song and the line, "Aren't you Michelle Wilson--you're terrible," and the drunken Peter Lawford. My second favorite of all-time, after "Arizona Werewolf," unfortunately not yet available on video. Buy this one sure enough.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on January 7, 1999
Format: DVD
What can you say about this "epic" of 70's babe-sploitation. Between the revoking of the wimpiest drug dealer's membership by a shapely female samurai and the stylings of Michelle Wilson doing her blockbuster hit "Shine Your Love", I couldn't stop wondering how we survived that tasteless decade. Thanks to Mike and the bots we can look back and laugh at this 70's turkey, to use that days vernacular. For those baseball fans out there listen for the Jose Cardenal riff, it's priceless. To see Arthur Godfrey, the Skipper, Mr. Howell, Jack Palance, and Peter Lawford in this cinematic upchucker is enough to make you cringe. Peter Lawford's performance is especially memorable as he drank to forget... to forget he was making such a stinker! Just watch & enjoy!
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By A Customer on November 20, 1998
Format: DVD
Wowzers! So anyway. Somewhere along the way, someone thought it would be a good idea to rip-off "Charlie's Angels." Hmmmm. Seems rather akin to ripping of "Green Acres." But, in any case, it was done and the result is the atrocity "Angel's Revenge." Seems Jack Palance has been selling "drugs" to kids by way of Jim Backus (or something) and this REALLY TICKS OFF a bunch of Jewish Moms (all interracially mixed) who decide to open a can of woop-a** all over Peter Lawford. The story alternates between (attempted) slapstick and slicing open a man's genitals with a sword (hilarity ensues.) Why anyone would make a film such as this and then proceed to release it on an unwitting public is beyond me BUT we do have the fun of watching Mike and the 'Bots rip it to shreds. Tom's Shame-o-Meter is Topps! As is the sickeningly-sick song "Shine Your Love" which proves that "In the seventies, you could take an abstract concept like 'Shining Your Love" and just GO with it." A must see!
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