Rudy Ray Moore: Rude [DVD] [1980]

The Rudy Ray Moore concert film Rude comes to DVD with a standard full-frame transfer. The English soundtrack is rendered in Dolby Digital Stereo. There are neither subtitles nor closed-captions on this release. Supplemental materials include backstage footage, trailers, radio advertisements for the film, and a trivia game. This is a fine release from Xenon Entertainment.
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Overview

Special Features

  • Original 1970s radio spots
  • Restored theatrical trailers
  • Trivia game
  • Location tour with Rudy Ray Moore
  • Dolby Surround encoded
  • Animated menus

Synopsis

Rudy Ray Moore: Rude
Blaxploitation godfather Rudy Ray Moore performs his raunchy standup routine before a live audience in this concert film. Those who are familiar with Moore's records and appearances in low-budget action/comedy pictures (Dolemite, The Monkey Hustle) will know what to expect: crude, gleefully vulgar jokes about the African-American experience delivered with boisterous style and funky rhythm. Moore's comedy is not for the faint-hearted, and his subjects include pimps and prostitutes, blatant racial stereotypes, babies having sex, dogs urinating on blind men, and Santa Claus committing suicide. He also performs several classic routines from his albums, including Dolemite and Close Encounters of the Sex Kind. Also appearing as an intermission are the comedy team Leroy and Skillet, performing a pair of skits that concern whiskey, ugly babies, and the judicial system. Those who can take it blue will bust a gut at Rude, so screw your wig on tight and put your weight on it, because Rudy Ray Moore is bound to make everything down and funky. ~ Fred Beldin, Rovi

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