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Welcome to the ultimate collection of the strange, the wild and the wackyBloopers, Blunders & Bailouts from Warren Miller Entertainment. Available on DVD for the first time ever, this is a classic set of two of the greatest compilations of side-splitting winter weirdness.
In The Best of Winter Bloopers, Vol. 3, youll see inner-tubing, cardboard downhills, snowshoe races, dummy races, pond jumps, dirt skiing, chairlift and rope tow blunders, not to mention some of the most outrageous ski and snowboard crashes ever caught on film. The entire collection is narrated by the Master of Winter Comedy himself, Warren Miller.
Skiing Bloopers II will show you why Warren Miller has rightfully been called the "King of Skiing Comedy." Youll see it all, from altitude-weary beginners to Zudnik, the half-wolf, half-husky who gets a speeding ticket in Crested Butte. Its the cream of the comedy crop: crashes, klutzes and collisions as only Warren Miller Entertainment can deliver.
Warren Miller's Bloopers, Blunders and Bailouts is a slapstick compilation of earlier Miller programs celebrating extreme klutziness and silliness in sundry winter wonderlands. Miller plays droll host for a feast of archival footage revealing the human body's capacity to bounce and bounce (and bounce) down endless ski runs after a loss of footing. The question of how many rocks and trees a man can hit before he's broken is never quite resolved, but less agonizing comedy can be found in ordinary mishaps on rope tows and first-time skier panic on gentle bunny runs. Then there's the human impulse to attempt the truly stupid, such as skiing down steep hills of weeds and riding bikes down ski trails. Novel activities include skiing with dogs, skiing in bikinis (both genders), and skiing on furniture. If the measure of a man is whether he can rappel down a steep hill in skis, well, heroes await within. --Tom Keogh
I ordered this on a whim and it is just totally silly - crashes and burns, people sliding down hills out of control, (actual) dummies on skis - but gut-splitting funny. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Roland Zito-Wolf
Classic outtakes of the famous Warren are really quite good. This explains and establishes his film style for a new viewer. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Roberta s.
Of course Warren Miller will probably always be the King of commentaries on skiing. His videos are the best. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Jack VanHesteren