DVD rental by mail service with over 60,000 hand-picked titles from classics to new releases. Discover great films and TV series on DVD and Blu-ray. Movies are delivered by First Class Mail to anywhere in the United States.

Home     |     Cart     |     My Account     |     My Wish List     |     Help      

Action Music
Animation Romance
Classic Sci-Fi
Comedy Sports
Cult Suspense
Documentary Special Int
Drama Television
Family Thriller
Foreign War
Horror Western
  1001 Movies You Must
   See Before You Die
  Most Requested
  Recent Releases
  Recently Added DVDs
  Upcoming Titles
  Popular Independent
  Criterion Collection
  All Time Favorites
  AFI 100
  Staff Recommended A-M
  Staff Recommended N-Z
  Best of Contemporary
   Foreign Films
  Best of British Film
  Best of Documentary
  Rental of the Day
  Roger Ebert's
   Overlooked Film Festival
  Top Shakespeare
  Best of Avant Garde
  Best of Romance
  Select Sentimental
  Cream of Comedy
  Best Recent American
  Movies by 40
   Directors to watch
  Best Cinematography
  Masters of Montage
   Contemporary Classic
  Cannes Winners
  Vatican Picks
  Best American
  Best of
  Tying the Knot
  Top Film Noir
  Best Foreign Classics
  Best of Cult Films
  Fathers and Sons
  Meryl Streep Musts
  Flicks D'Amore

Photo Coming Soon
Magic Christian, The (1969)
Starring: John Cleese, Ringo Starr, Richard Attenborough, Leonard Frey, Lawrence Harvey, Christopher Lee, Spike Milligan, Roman Polanski, Peter Sellers, Raquel Welch
Director: Joseph McGrath
Category: Comedy, Classics, Classics
Studio: Republic Pictures
101 mins



Peter Sellers portrays Sir Guy Grand, the richest man in the world, who happens upon a young orphan in the park (Ringo Starr) and, on a whim, decides to adopt him.

Together they set off on a series of madcap escapades, discovering along the way that money will buy anyone, anything that their happy-go-lucky hearts desire.

Higlighting the film is McCarthy's hit song Come And Get It, and Monty Python regulars who polish it off with their own quirky brand of hilarity.


Critic's Reviews
Christopher Null FilmCritic.com Read Review