Watch This

This has been making the email rounds here, but I think it’s time for it to break into the international scene.

A Kannada movie clip from the 70s (I think- there’s not much to be sure about)

What can I say? I was going to offer up some analysis, but instead I’ll just post the link. Please watch it with audio.

Musical Goodness

7 Responses to Watch This

  1. Kris says:

    Tick tick tick tick tick tick, tick tick tick tick tick tick.

    Watch it, you’ll get it.

    Oh, the guy with the cigarette? He’s the bad guy. Watch out!

    One last question: where did he get the old-school Star Trek communicator at the end? Weird.

  2. Kirsten says:

    Kris, Because of your comment about the Star Trek communicator, I watched this horrible clip for the entire 4 minutes.
    How bizarre. And what was up with the thing he stuck to the table? I was hoping for an explosion, it would have made it worth my time to watch it.
    Where do you find these things?

  3. Aakaash says:

    That was a microphone! He bugged the evil smoking man’s table! Did you not notice the vaguely caucasian guy who was writing down the stuff that was already being recorded? I want to know why he’s singing into a salt shaker… I think you may need to watch this again to truly appreciate the complexities.

  4. anirban says:

    BTW… the name of the movie where the song is featured is …..

    “Operation Diamond Racket”

  5. Kris says:

    So many good films begin with the word “Operation”. “Operation Condor,” for instance. And “Operation Petticoat.” “Then there’s . . . uh . . . well. Other ones. Wait, that’s “Operation Cobra” not “Condor.” And these movies suck.

    Never mind.

  6. Pulao says:

    Actually, Operation Condor is a brilliant Jackie Chan Film that starts with Mr. Chan rolling around hilltops in a hamster-ball type contraption. Let’s see Mr. Diamond Racketeer try that!

  7. Kris says:

    Oh right, there IS an “Operation Condor”! I forgot. That hamster-ball was so awesome, it saves the whole genre of films titled “Operation.”

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