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Chitty Chitty Bang Bang 1968
Description: An eccentric professor invents wacky machinery, but can't seem to create ends meet. When he invents a revolutionary car, a foreign government becomes interested in it, and resorts to skulduggery to receive their hands on it.
Released: 18 Dec 1968 Director: Ken Hughes Writers: Ian Fleming (novel), Roald Dahl (screenplay), Ken Hughes (screenplay), Richard Maibaum (additional dialogue) Actors: Dick Van Dyke, Sally Ann Howes, Lionel Jeffries, Gert Fröbe Genres: Adventure, Family, Fantasy, Musical
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Chitty Chitty Bang Bang Reviews:

Plain and simply, this is one of the greatest family movies ever made. The fact that someone another than Disney made the movie seems to have blinded some pundits (e.g., Disney scholar and movie critic Leonard Maltin) to its many and varied charms. For "Chitty," in fact, originated in the ebook by James Bond author Ian Fleming and, horror of horrors, was produced outside Hollywood by Albert Broccoli, the boy behind the successful Bond movie series. Yet, a closer look at the credits reveals the presence of the same musical composers, the much-heralded Sherman Brothers and Irwin Kostal, who should do no wrong when they wrote for Disney, but somehow left their talent behind when they signed on with Mr. Broccoli. (Note Maltin's comment in his 2007 movie tutorial that the film's score is "forgettable.") The same apparently happened with the choreographers Dee Dee Wood and Marc Breaux, who are universally acclaimed for their work on "Mary Poppins," but ignored, at least by Maltin, for the snappy and often elaborate routines in "Chitty." In fact, the songs, background melody and dances here are as nice or better than anything in Disney and often now advance the plot, rather than grinding it to a halt in the more customary way. A situation in mission is Caractacus' "Old Bamboo" song and dance routine, which provides not only an immediately memorable tune (and dance), but also the financial means to save Chitty from the scrap heap. The cast itself is nothing short of superb, with American comic actor Dick Van Dyke wisely eschewing any attempt at an English accent, something many of us want he had done a several years earlier in "Poppins." (In a 1998 appearance on the Rosie O'Donnell show, the self-effacing Mr. Van Dyke acknowledged his limitation in the zone of English accents.) The actors testing the kids are a genuine delight, charming and sincere without being cloying, while the helping cast is filled with more marvelous British hero actors than one can count, not the least of them being Lionel Jeffries (actually six months younger than Van Dyke, whose father he was playing) and comedy legend Benny Hill in a rare straight role. And if that's not enough, there's everytime the stage in which Goldfinger himself (German actor Gert Frobe) sings and dances! Then there is the simply stunning cinematography by Christopher Challis, the marvelous costumes by Joan Bridge and Elizabeth Haffenden, and the wonderful production design by Oscar-winning designer Ken Adam, whose high ceilings and sloping walls are immediately identifiable from such classics as "Goldfinger" and "Dr. Strangelove." And unlike "Poppins," which is inexplicably praised for its obvious studio recreations of London streets, this movie now goes on location--and then some, showcasing truly superb settings in southern England, France and Germany (including the fabulous, fairy-tale Neuschwanstein Castle). Maltin and others have complained about the film's unique effects, calling them "the shoddiest ever." What they are talking about is the blue screen traveling matte shots in which the magical vehicle was optically placed in front of separately-shot movie of a sky background. And I accept that few of these shots are "obvious" to movie students who know how they are achieved. But, again, look at what is overlooked. The vehicle itself, which undergoes few conversions for air and sea travel, is an nice mechanical unique result designed and built by John Stears. Stears, of course, won an Oscar for the SFX on "Thunderball" and would go on to victory other for a tiny movie named "Star Wars." But never mind, what should he know about unique effects? Oh, did I mention that the screenplay was co-written by Roal Dahl, someone who just might have known a thing or two about children's stories. But enough. This movie is truly scrumptious from the first frame to the last, a timeless delight for anyone but Hollywood movie critics.


I'm one of many thirty-somethings that grew up on this film and soon suffered nightmares featuring the Kid Catcher. To this day, I still feel an uneasy chill when I hear the words "kiddie-winkies". Bit I still love this movie on few levels. I loved it as a kid because it's nice cinema for children. I love it as a movie student because it's a well-crafted, timeless fairytale. And I love it as an adult because it full of suggestive double meanings, much like the Warner Bros cartoons of the 1940s - the kind of things that shoot straight over kids' heads and create adults snicker knowingly. With a screenplay penned by Ian Fleming, this could come as no surprise.Dick Van Dyke is Caractacus Potts, a wacky inventor who inexplicably lives in England with his two inexplicably English children. Caractacus Potts...wacky inventor,,,get it? Hoo hah! Potts and his two kids (whose pictures may be seen in the dictionary next to the word "moppet") live with the senior Mr. Potts in a windmill/labratory. Caractacus rescues a junked motorcar from rusting in a field and restores it to fresh - meet Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, called for the sounds the vehicle makes. Later thereafter in one of those Pipi Longstocking-esque child-arranged dates, Potts and his two kids go on a picnic with local richgirl Truly Scrumptious - possibly the greatest Bond Woman name since Pussy Galore. As the day winds down, Potts says the kids a story, in which the foursome embark on a nice journey in the resplendent Chitty Chitty Bang Bang which Potts as rigged to fly, float, drive itself, and perform another turn-of-the-century Batmobile-like functions.Our heroes end up in a far away kingdom ruled over by the Baron and Baroness Bomburst (Gert Frobe and Anna Quayle), a terribly sad zone where kids have been outlawed, rounded up, and kept in a dungeon. The gang and Chitty invade the kingdom to rescue Potts' father, who has mistakenly been identified as the inventor of the flying vehicle and kidnapped. There, they befriend a toymaker (played by Benny Hill in one of his stock characters from his TV show) who hides the kids while they attempt to spring grandpa Potts. Enter the Kid Catcher, who lures the kids with gratis lollipops and takes them away to the dungeon. Potts and the toymaker (who actually only makes toys for the child-like king) hatch a plan to infiltrate the castle, rescue the elder Potts and the twin moppets, and gratis all the another kids as well.I have two favourite scenes in this film. One is the musical number in the castle, where Truly and Potts are disguised as large toys for the Baron's birthday. Truly is a wind-up doll on a melody box, and Potts is a marionette who does a dance number that not only convinces you that he really is on strings, but that Dick Van Dyke is one of the most talented performers ever to be caught on film. My another favourite scene, I admit with guilt, is the one where the Baron and Baroness are readying themselves for bedtime, and prancing around the room in nightclothes calling every another by ultra-gooey-cute pet names. However, whenever the Baroness isn't looking, Baron Goldfinger takes a swing at her with an axe. It's the most entertainingly erotic stage in a kiddie flick since Natalie Wood was covered in cream pies while wearing only frilly turn-of-the-century underwear in "The Nice Race".This movie is a rare treat. It's a movie that appeals to children and keeps adults interested at the same time. Allow your children watch it, watch it with them, or just watch it yourself when you're in the mood for some pure, escapist fun. And test not to think about the Kid Catcher when you go to bed afterward.


This exciting kids musical displays derring-do adventure, romance , thrills and spectacular frames with phenomenal production design . Imagination and fantasy with primitive but effective unique results galore including a mesmerizing photography with unbelievable , marvelous landscapes . The flick gets lots of bombastic results including flying machines , globes , romantic castles and numerous photos have you on the edge of your seat . This is the most Fantasmagorical musical entertainment in the history of everything . In the early 20th century England, a weird inventor called Caractacus Potts (Dick Van Dyke who steals the present as likable dancer and splendid player) works in his rare artifacts , he lives along with his equally rare father (Lionel Jeffries) , and his two tiny men called Jeremy (Adrian) and Jemima (Heather). When the kiddies beg their daddy to purchase for them thhe wished plaything , a broken vehicle sitting at a local junkyard , a garage whose owner is George Coggings (Desmond Llewelyn) . Then eccentric Caractacus does whatever he can to create some cash to purchase it. One plan to raise cash involves the unexpected support of a pretty woman they have just met called Truly Scrumptious (a cute young girl well performed by Sally Anne Howes), the daughter of a candy factory wealthy owner (James Robertson Justice) . Using his magic skills, inventive Caractacus turns the piece of junk into a marvelous working machine , an nice flying vehicle that also navigates which they name Chitty Chitty Bang Bang because of the noise the engine sounds . At a seaside picnic with his kids and Truly , Caractacus and Co. spins a fanciful tale of an eccentric inventor, his superb fresh mate , his two children, and his favourite vehicle called Chitty all in the faraway country of Vulgaria. The nasty Baron Bomburst, the lord of Vulgaria, will do whatever he can to receive his hands on the magical car. Then the villain Baron Bomburst (Gert Frobe) married to Baroness Bomburst (Anna Quayle) robs the vehicle of ours mates . The baron has made kiddies illegal, being pursued by the sinister kid catcher (Robert Helpmann) including the unsuspecting kids of a stranger inventor of a fabulous vehicle . Soon on ,Caractacus helped by a toymaker (Benny Hill) have to attempt and save the kiddies of Vulgaria.This kids motion picture mingles musical numbers , flat jokes , noisy action , flying vehicle pursuits , humor with tongue-in-cheek, rip roaring and lots of amusement . This is an entertaining movie loosely based on ebook by Ian Fleming and well adapted by Roal Dahl , it packages fantasy , musical numbers which both pastiche and subvert journey and speculative fiction of the period ¨Belle Epoque . The picture incorporates contemporary action movie as well as much test of journey to portray its fanciful elements , furthermore visual results within the form of the older-style movies they have largely superseded . Riveting for its casting , but overall , roller-coaster spectacle . Most of the charm and wit remains from original storyline in this particular ver . It effects to be an amusing of somewhat aloof , storytelling of kids classic with a superb star cast at its greatest . Stimulating journeys of ours protagonists are complemented by a breathtaking final attraction in the castle scenes . The movie is a Dick Van Dyke recital , he sings , dances, stooges, makes acrobatics, tongue twister and pulls faces and grimaces . It's a farce with the master comic cute amusing and with few choreography and musical numbers . Ideal main cast is finished by phenomenal secondary actors as Lionel Jeffries , James Robertson Justice , Benny Hill and Desmond Llewelin , among others. Atmospheric , lively score by Irwin Kostal , fitting splendidly to journey and musical numbers , including the classic leitmotif . Colourful and glamorous cinematography by Christopher Challis in Super Panavision 7o with the wonderful château scenes filmed in Neuschwanstein Castle, Hohenschwangau, Schwangau, Bavaria, Germany . The picture is lavishly produced by Albert R Broccoli ,James Bond's producer, and brilliantly directed by Ken Hughes . He's a nice writer, producer and director, who achieved large time when made ¨Cromwell¨, ¨Trials of Oscar Wilde¨ , ¨Casino Royale¨ and of course with ¨Chitty , Chitty Bang Bang¨.This is a highly amusing and frequently funny action-adventure romp with a witty script specifically aimed at a kiddies' audience , though excessive songs leave adult spectators a bit seasick . Picture is a car Van Dyke , he's an authentic comic and true Farceur. If you like Dyke's crazy interpretation , you will most definitely play this one . Well worth watching for passable unique results and an enjoyable performances from main cast as the kids will like it.



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