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I don't know anyone who saw this movie who doesn't remember this scene. I've rarely laughed so hard.
This classic bit of comedy, in which Alan Arkin shined like a diamond of the first water, is sadly underappreciated. I crack up every time I think of this scene. Thank you for posting it!
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My Russian girlfriend was laughing like crazy at this.
Based on the book "The Off-Islanders" by Nathaniel Benchley, son of humorist Robert, and father of Peter ("Jaws") Benchley.
I saw the film when I was 15 years old and this is the one scene I remember - thanks for posting.
Love this! My mother and I used to say that to each other all the time after we saw the movie! LOL!
And finally, we have the pandemic to make it real!
I quote this all. the. fricking. time. I love it so hard.
One of MY All-Time Favorites, as well....
Egermancy- every buddy to git from strit. ;o)
Alan Arkin folks. Most underrated actor ever.
This was one of my late father's favorite movies. This shows how the Soviets feel like fish out of water upon arriving on American soil.
The BEST message in the time of COVID-19....
have loved this since childhood!!! : DDD 3
Saw this film at the Fairfield Drive IN in Iowa,great film what a fun memory
this is probably what started my luv affair with Russian culture! )))
I love this movie! Watched it so many times. Thanks for posting this great scene.
This was filmed in my grandparents' town of retirement, Fort Bragg (and Mendocino) CA. Papa and his best friend were chosen to be extras so we watch the movie a lot to see Papa again - and it is a family favorite. Papa said they had as much fun on the set as you'd think they would, given that great cast. Alan Arkin is so underappreciated.
One of my favorite comedy films of all time. I nearly wet my britches in many scenes: Muriel Evans the Postmistress tied up on a shelf. Her deaf day saying, "Muriel, what are you doin up there on the wall?" Also: Carl Reiner and Tessie O'Shay, tied up, rolling down the stairs. Many great comedic actors and actresses from that period, including the master of improvisation, Jonathan Winters. It went on and on to the end scene of Ben Blue ruding his horse, Beatrice and warming the people out in the boindocks, "The Russians are Coming! The Russians are Coming!"