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Come Blow Your Horn [Blu-ray]

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A New York playboy teaches his kid brother what he knows, to their parents' dismay. From the Neil Simon play.

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Product Details

  • Actors: Frank Sinatra, Lee J. Cobb, Barbara Rush, Jill St. John, Molly Picon
  • Directors: Bud Yorkin
  • Writers: Norman Lear, Neil Simon
  • Format: Blu-ray, NTSC, Original recording remastered, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region A/1 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
    NR
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  • Studio: Olive Films
  • DVD Release Date: March 27, 2012
  • Run Time: 112 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (70 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B006X0ZMYU
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #90,650 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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I have recently been getting more into Sinatra movies and I think this is one of my favorites. Here is a sneak at it...Sinatra is a business man which has a little brother he takes in to his home. His brother ends up getting caught up in the "high-life", which Sinatra has to deal with. They also end up having some little fights with their father. This movie makes you laugh, it's great. Sit down one night and have a glass of wine with it.
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This is one of the few movies I distinctly recall going to see with my family as a kid. I could tell you exactly where we went, et cetera. That memory being so vivid tells me that this movie was fun for the whole family or I would not recall it so vividly. Overall most Sinatra's movies are pretty good. This one he makes a believable playboy with the part of his concerned father played expertly by Lee J. Cobb. The whole movie is pretty lighthearted stuff and one most families can laugh at still today. Certain chords struck about young men acting like playboys and their parents concern for them settling down will likely never go out of style. Sinatra and Cobb at their best. I highly recommend for fans of 1960s comedies or Frank Sinatra.
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This movie IS under-rated! Everyone was magnificent.Tony Bill's performance as the"kid brother" could not have been more appropriate.
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Sinatra had a very special way with words, not only in terms of musical lyrics but the spoken word in movies and television as well. He and the entire cast are top notch in this movie version of Neil Simon's first stage hit. Seasoned stage pros Lee J. Cobb and Molly Picon are both hilarious, and Sinatra, who never appeared in a live Broadway production, matches their high standards without missing a beat. Also, with this blu-ray we finally get the widescreen version vs the pan and scan chopped up version we had to settle for on television all those years. Watch it and enjoy!
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I love Sinatra in comedies because he is such a natural. Between his innocent blue eyes, sunken demeanor and serious expression he exudes a certain 'little boy lost' charm. He could have done slapstick but that was not his era. The women in his comedies are often gorgeous and silly with usually just one serious female lead...the one that intends to land him.

In this role, Sinatra is the eldest son raised in a strict Jewish home with a typical doting mother and overly emotional father. The parents are very key in this film and both absolutely SHINE in their appointed roles. Sinatra is working in his fathers plastic fruit business and maintaining a well appointed apartment that has been literally, given him by one of his female suitors. He is too proud to be a kept man but he is not at all opposed to being tenderly coddled by his various love interests. He will prove to have many female suitors in this role, all from various walks of life - each interesting and unique and some, noted actresses whose day was yet to come.

Sinatra may think he has the wool pulled over his strict fathers eyes but he doesn't....not in the least. The rows between him and his father are increasingly noisy but harmless and shot through with deep family concern. All 'dad' really wants is for his sons to be married and begin raising families. As the eldest, Sinatra is getting up there in years - approaching thirty no doubt in this role but his adoring younger brother wants nothing more than to emulate big brother - in all ways. Little brother wants no part of the family fruits, literally and moves in with big brother who welcomes him with open arms, taking care to show him the ropes of life in the big city.
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I first saw this movie when I was very young. Sinatra is a playboy, who begins teaching his younger brother how to be a "swinger". Lee J Cobb and Molly Pican play their parents and are hysterical. Dan Blocker ( Hoss ) from Bonanza has a small role as a Texas millionaire. Overall a fun movie.
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Sinatra has made himself a most delicious sandwich with Jill and Barbara (not to mentikon several part-timers including "Connie"(Phyllis Mcguire) who happens to be married to Dan Blocker (all 300 pounds and stetson hat of him)
Tony Bill plays Frank's younger brother who wants to emulate his playboy brother. I find this casting was a mistake but it didn't harm the pleasure of watching Frank and his various harem cavort...you have Jill St. John (dumb as a box of rocks) Barbara Rush (looking for something other than an affair) and other ladies involving themselves to the point of Dan Blocker cold-cocking Frank.
Adding to the mix are Frank and his brother's domineering father (Lee J. Cobb) much shouting and ranting and their mother trying to make peace and you have a convoluted, funny and entertaining movie.
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I forgot how good these actors were at portraying the behaviors that were in the public consciousness about Jewish mamas and papas in that time of our society. Had me laughing so hard, it had to be good for my immune system. Frank Sinatra portrayed his persona as a 'swinging bachelor' and the women, as the 50's sex symbol stereotype, including being stupid too. Glad we got that changed around. If you want a good look at the 50's and how we looked and dressed, and our expectations, this is a great movie. In fact I think I'm going to buy it so I can watch it a lot. There is also a surprise cameo, but I'm not going to give it away.
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