The Magnificent Seven Deadly Sins (1971)

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This early Seventies British comedy takes us through seven short stories based on the Seven Deadly Sins. This film is a montage of different styles, from Spike Milligan's mainly silent "... See full summary »


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Director:

Graham Stark

Writers:

Bob Larbey, John Esmonde, Dave Freeman, Graham Chapman, Barry Cryer, Graham Stark, Marty Feldman (from a story by), Alan Simpson (by), Ray Galton (by), Spike Milligan, Barry Cryer, Graham Chapman

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5 January 2020 | RodrigAndrisan
"English Comedy"
A collage film, made up of many episodes without any connection between them. It should be Comedy, but it isn't. Not even an episode has fun, everything is without salt and without pepper, super-boring. Unfortunately for all the actors involved, obviously many talented, they are trapped without escape in some very bad scenarios. If Benny Hill or Rowan Atkinson had played all the roles, I think it would have been a success.

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Release Date:

November 1971

Language

English


Country of Origin

UK

Filming Locations

London, England, UK

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