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We all remember the Candid Camera tv series which has been shown on and off since 1960-2004. It was originally known as "Candid Microphone" in 1948-49, 1951-52. Very popular on television in the 1960's and 1970's.
This show was about a hidden television camera being set up and a practical joke being played on unsuspected real people that walk in by random. For example, a man would walk in to a cafe and sit on the stool to order some soup. Just as he begins to sip the soup with a spoon, the seat begins to lower. Everyone knew who Alan Funt was, the host of "Candid Camera", so when they saw him come out and he says "Smile, Your on Candid Camera", they knew it was a practical joke. They would then see themselves on television at a later date. (This is not in the movie).
They never let a light, simple joke go too far or too long. To end the farce, the person was always told they were on "Candid Camera" and shown where the camera was.
This movie is "Candid Camera" for adults only as it contains female frontal nudity and male frontal nudity with frank conversations about sex.
The first joke is played at random on people who stand at an elevator. Suddenly a naked woman comes out and stands to ask them a question. The shock on the people's faces is priceless.
Another joke is played where Alan Funt is disguised and talks to a woman in a room. There is a painting of a nude male on an easel.
Alan excuses himself and says he will be back in a moment.
A naked man enters the room. It is the male model in the painting. He sits in his position. The woman sees everything. Will she look at him or look away out of politeness? Every woman has different manners.Read more ›
Now for the DVD - for the first time (in the US, anyway), it is presented in it's original aspect ratio, 1.85:1, and is 16x9 enhanced. The picture quality is quite stunning. I could not tell if this was a matted presentation, or if it opens up from the (assumed) panned-and-scanned VHS full-frame version, but the framing looks good here. The only extra is it's original theatrical trailer.
in the United States, rather than the "Bible Belt" version. The most obvious omission in
the "Bible Belt" version is the woman in an office in Greenwich Village interviewing a gay
man. The version we saw in college, which we were TOLD was the European version had a
really beautiful woman wearing nothing but red, white and blue body paint. The Bible Belt
version has a different woman wearing shorts and a top with a small tattoo or painted area
on her back. The body paint scene was the most beautiful moment in the film, but is omitted
from the "Bible Belt" version, which I accidentally purchased from my satellite provider.
So, how do you get the good version?
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Interesting that back then and still today in 2016 many perceptions and concerns are still the same.Published 1 month ago by Steve
Groundbreaking for its time. A bit of an odd format and the original songs are weird, but a very fun movie overall. Alan Funt originated pranking... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Serge T
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