Warren Miller's Bloopers, Blunders and Bailouts
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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.
Top Customer Reviews
We love Warren Miller's sense of humor mixed with his dry American accent...it had us in stitches! The kids do a great job imitating his voice and have us laughing every time!
Very funny, a must see DVD!
The only reason I didn't give this five stars is that much of the material in Skiing Bloopers comes from Winter Bloopers 3. And what doesn't come from Winter Bloopers 3 really isn't that hysterical, except for the sumo skiers. Yep, you read that right!
But this entire disk isn't made for deep thought, so pick it up and enjoy it for the entertainment value. You'll get more than your money's worth of laughs.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
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 on April 28, 2014 by Roland Zito-Wolf
Of course Warren Miller will probably always be the King of commentaries on skiing. His videos are the best. Read morePublished on February 27, 2014 by Jack VanHesteren
This is Warren in his earlier years, when filming was done on film. The feature is a little rough and there are repeats, but Warren always makes it intertaining.Published on February 9, 2014 by Jamie A Holbrook