DVD with the Funniest Outtakes(bloopers)?

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  1. Roger Kint

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    What DVD has the Funniest Outtakes(bloopers)?
     
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    A few of my favourites are:

    Meet the parents
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    Cannonball run
    A Bugs Life
    and the episode of Seinfeld that showed a bunch of out-takes.
     
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    Armageddon: Criterion Collection gag reel. Makes me laugh every time.
     
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    Young Frankenstein.

    The scene with Madiline Kahn stepping out of the carraige must have taken hundreds of takes...you can see Gene Wilder starting to laugh even in the final cut.
     
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    The Simpsons (Season 1): Albert Brooks audio outtakes.

    Magnolia: Tom Cruise & the diabetic cat.
     
  6. Neil S. Bulk

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    Roy Scheider in Jaws and 2010. He just doesn't have any luck handling props.

    Neil
     
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    I liked the blooper reel on "Analyze This". Robert De Niro seems to be having so much fun, it's contagious.
     
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    One I'm thinking of now is the easter egg on the X-Men DVD where a certain web-head makes an appearance.[​IMG]
     
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    Liar, Liar SE
     
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    The Phantom Menace has some hidden bloopers that are pretty funny.
     
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    I think the sequence of outtakes in Jaws, with Roy Scheider and the gun that jams like, half a dozen times in a row, is hilarious. He's about ready to throw it in the ocean the last time.
     
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    Chasimg Amy is pretty hillarious. Short, but hillarious.
     
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    Hi,
    EdTV. Absolutely hilarious. And pretty long (20 minutes methinks).
    Chris
     
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    yea, definetly jackie chan stunt outtakes.
     
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    Another vote for Jaws. While I feel that the f-word has lost much of its comic weight in recent years, Roy Scheider's well timed bark makes me crack up every time.
    That and the close up of Robert Shaw with the blood in his mouth, trying to scream.

    Some of the deleted scenes are priceless, too -- Robert Shaw buying piano wire. That poor kid!
     
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    What bloopers are on the Phantom Menace disc?
     
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    I think you mean the 1138 code you enter to get the bloopers of R2D2 fallling over alot.
     

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