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June 12, 2007



This used to come on HBO all the time in the 80's, and I watched it quite a few times as a kid. Isn't there a scene towards the end where he blows a giant gum bubble and floats on it? Was that this film?


my brother and i watched this movie daily way back when. awesome. the theme song is a fantastic bonus. thanks.


Ernest Borgnine was omni-present in the mid-70s-early 80s.
He was everywhere.

Grandpa Scorpion

I actually saw this puppy in the theater when I was 13 or 14. The trailer must have put a spell on me. Hehe. Good times.


I loved this movie as a kid and have blogged about it as well in the past but I haven't had the pleasure of seeing it in at least 20 years.

Listener James from Westwood

FMU should screen this in the parking lot along with C.H.O.M.P.S.; the link is an audio sample of this film from Brian Turner's show.

Resident Clinton

Ah, yes. C.H.O.M.P.S. Another, um, gem. I saw that one just because I was in love with Valerie Bertinelli.

Oh, and you can all see Superfuzz again, as it is indeed on DVD. I bought a copy at Kim's earlier this year, but you can also Netflix that shit.


I thought that was Giuliani campaign ad.


THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU for posting the MP3 for the theme song. I've been driving myself crazy trying to find it.

Everything he got don't SHOOOOOOW!


Rosie la Bouche LIVES!


Thank you for posting mp3. I recently rented this from Seeing this movie again for the first time in like 20 years reminds of how great it was to be a kid.


I remember as a kid renting the same movie again an again...was looking 4 the title track ..thanks a lot


Thanks a lot for posting the theme song. I just watched the DVD of this childhood classic. I was transported back 25+ years to a true age of innocence.


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