The Undertaker and His Pals (1967)
A mortician and diner owners team up to improve both of their businesses.
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Audience Reviews for The Undertaker and His Pals
This is a pretty good black comedy, I really enjoyed it for the most part, but I thought it could have been better. It's really just a modern retelling of Sweeny Todd, with some very 60s cultural stuff. Overall, pretty good.More
This is from the 42nd Street Forever Vol 1 Collection. I am trying to see each and everyone of the films listed. Don't think this one ever made it off 42nd Street. Some great shots, like gas at 32.9 cents a gallon (1966), I forgot what a real hamburger bun look like. Pretty much a spoof Movie, but can be enjoyed by some, sexy chicks, had a next door gal who wore her har like this when I was 13, Karen Kanas Dunn What happen to you, dam you were hot. Any way a slasher film, no real horror. Rent only, Thanks Netflix.More
This black comedy centers around a undertaker who's business is slow and a couple of knife carrying restaurant owners who decide to help each other out as the restaurant owners start to kill people and useing the meat for there special of the day and the undertaker who agrees to bury the dead at a low low price it does make for a very interesting movie. i thought this movie was really good and could recommend it for anyone into cult or low budget black comediesMore
Here's an interesting one that tickles the stomach muscles, errrr!! you get the picture. One that leaves you a bit hungry, or not. Interesting story plot, although it also has a bit of hilarity as well.
My favorite scene is the stairway chase. Gotta love that!!
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