Stanley Donen's Bedazzled

Average Rating: 
Average: 5 (1 vote)
Stanley Donen's Bedazzled
Corporate Authors: 
Stanley Donen Films (Firm)
Place Published: 
Beverly Hills, Calif
20th Century Fox Home Entertainment
1 videodisc (105 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Title from container.
Originally released as a motion picture in 1967.
Special features: Interview with Dudley Moore and Peter Cook; a "Bedazzled" conversation with Harold Ramis; Paul Ryan show; trailer.
Cinematography, Austin Dempster ; editor, Richard Marden ; music, Dudley Moore ; costume designers, Cue, Jean Muir.
A short-order cook is hopelessly in love with a waitress who barely knows he's alive. Enter the Devil, who grants him seven wishes in order to win her over, but his efforts are hampered by the Seven Deadly sins including the insatiable Lillian Lust!
Not rated.
Stanley Donen Films ; produced by Stanely Donen ; story by Peter Cook and Dudley Moore ; screenplay by Peter Cook ; directed by Stanley Donen
Reviews for Stanley Donen's Bedazzled

Patron reviews

This is one of the funniest movies I have ever seen. Peter Cook is the perfect Devil and Dudly Moore is an inspired victim. It is a 60's movie and has that feel. It is from the UK so it is very satyrical. If you like Monty Python or Fawlty Towers you will love this.
Shouldn't give it away, but there was a remake of this later with the same name. It is funny, but doesn't come close to this one for laughs or irreverence. This also has two of my favorite songs made for this movie. Love the Devil as a pop star with Gizzari-like dancers in the background.
This is a little-know treasure. Watch it, you will be glad you did.