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On the DVD
What's on the "Sexist, Egotistical, Lying Hypocritical Bigot Edition" DVD of one of the more enduring comedies of the 1980s? The cast were obviously delighted for the opportunity to travel down memory lane, providing a commentary. Dolly Parton and Lily Tomlin recorded their bits in one city while Jane Fonda recorded hers simultaneously in another city, as they watched the movie again together. The three leads--one, Parton, a rookie actress--made for a well-balanced comedic team whose friendship has endured off-screen for 25 years, a friendship that comes across in their banter. A "Nine At 25" featurette finds the cast and producer dishing such tidbits as the fact Parton came to the set having memorized the entire script, everyone else's parts included. A "9 to 5" karaoke feature may entertain depending on how many drinks one has had at the office party, but the words don't always seem in sync with the music.
To celebrate the release of this edition of 9 to 5, the cast, sans Dabney Coleman, reunited in Los Angeles for a party in which Dolly sang the theme song, memories were shared, and actresses dressed as '80s office workers acted busy in cubicles and reception desks.
The Cast of 9 to 5 Celebrate 25 Years of Sticking It to the Boss (click for larger image)
I was very pleased with my order. I think this movie is funny no matter how many times you watch it.Published 13 days ago by Julia A Couch
great movie great fun all the time Dollie, Lillie and Jane have fun tying up the boss who totally deserves it.Published 16 days ago by Sharon
This is one of my all time favorites. Any woman who works outside the home will love this.Published 22 days ago by Marcia E. Rhoades
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I am having a problem right now with this. I had pre-ordered It a week before and there was only this listing for It. I received the "Full Screen" version (Blue Box) and now I am having a problem getting Amazon to understand this situation.
The widescreen version is in the Orange box... Read More
Apr 6, 2006 by movie man | See all 4 posts