Monday, September 06, 2004
THE MAD ADVENTURES OF RABBI JACOB
THE MAD ADVENTURES OF RABBI JACOB is a comic masterpiece that BOX OFFICE called 'one of the funniest movies from any country' upon its initial theatrical release in 1973. THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER described the performance of French comedy superstar Louis de Fun�s as 'reminiscent of Jerry Lewis!' Now a new generation of movie lovers can finally discover this lost comic treasure that the L.A. HERALD EXAMINER called 'a truly entertaining film.'
PREORDER: March 23, 2004 - STREET: April 13, 2004
THE INTERNATIONAL SMASH HIT BEAUTIFULLY RESTORED
Victor Pivert is a very tolerant man - provided you are white, Catholic, and French. To everyone else, he is a shameless racist, who believes foreigners should go back where they came from. On his way to his daughter's wedding, Victor uncovers a group of scheming Arab revolutionaries. After Victor is discovered, he hides himself by dressing up as a rabbi, leading to one madcap scene after another. THE MAD ADVENTURES OF RABBI JACOB is an extremely entertaining film - fresh, funny, and powerfully poignant."
jaynote: I saw this film when I was very young, and I loved it. Other friends remember it, and they loved it. Highly recommended.
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