Located on the "It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad world" DVD this hour-long documentary is full of great interviews with the surviving cast members and humorous antedotes. Among of of the better documentaries that I've seen, this one is a joy to watch. Seeing all those comedy greats does make me lament that my generation, sadly, seems to have a little less talent, which is a shame, as a film like "it's a mad, mad,mad,mad, world" couldn't be made today (we get something like "Rat Race" which is awful). I recommend this documentary almost as much as I recommend the movie itself, which I give high accolades. So go out and buy the DVD of the film and watch this too.
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