Saturday Night Live 1975 123movies

Saturday Night Live 1975 123movies

Oct. 11, 1975
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Seasons and episodes

2Season 2 Sep. 18, 1976
3Season 3 Sep. 24, 1977
4Season 4 Oct. 07, 1978
7Season 7 Oct. 03, 1981
8Season 8 Sep. 25, 1982
9Season 9 Oct. 08, 1983
10Season 10 Oct. 06, 1984
11Season 11 Nov. 09, 1985
12Season 12 Oct. 11, 1986
13Season 13 Oct. 17, 1987
14Season 14 Oct. 08, 1988
15Season 15 Sep. 30, 1989
16Season 16 Sep. 29, 1990
17Season 17 Sep. 28, 1991
18Season 18 Sep. 28, 1992
19Season 19 Sep. 25, 1993
20Season 20 Sep. 24, 1994
21Season 21 Sep. 30, 1995
22Season 22 Sep. 28, 1996
23Season 23 Sep. 27, 1997
24Season 24 Sep. 26, 1998
25Season 25 Oct. 02, 1999
26Season 26 Oct. 07, 2000
27Season 27 Sep. 29, 2001
28Season 28 Oct. 05, 2002
29Season 29 Oct. 04, 2003
30Season 30 Oct. 02, 2004
31Season 31 Oct. 01, 2005
32Season 32 Sep. 30, 2006
33Season 33 Sep. 29, 2007
34Season 34 Sep. 13, 2008
35Season 35 Sep. 26, 2009
36Season 36 Sep. 25, 2010
37Season 37 Sep. 24, 2011
38Season 38 Sep. 15, 2012
39Season 39 Sep. 28, 2013
40Season 40 Sep. 27, 2014
41Season 41 Oct. 03, 2015
42Season 42 Oct. 01, 2016
43Season 43 Sep. 30, 2017
44Season 44 Sep. 29, 2018
45Season 45 Sep. 28, 2019
46Season 46 Oct. 03, 2020
47Season 47 Oct. 02, 2021
48Season 48 Oct. 01, 2022

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Synopsis

Watch Saturday Night Live 1975– 123movies, Full TV Series Online – A late-night comedy show featuring several short skits, parodies of television commercials, a live guest band, and a pop-cultural guest host each week. Many of the SNL players have spun off successful independent comedy and/or movie careers from here..
Plot: A late-night live television sketch comedy and variety show created by Lorne Michaels. The show’s comedy sketches, which parody contemporary culture and politics, are performed by a large and varying cast of repertory and newer cast members. Each episode is hosted by a celebrity guest, who usually delivers an opening monologue and performs in sketches with the cast, and features performances by a musical guest.
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Reviews:

I’m just going over how it all started…
…also known as the SNL classic years,1975-1980, with the original cast. The reason is, since then, SNL has been running up and down like the stock market. Just when it looked like it was dead in 1980, Eddie Murphy emerges as an up and coming comic in his late teens. The rest is history. Murphy actually found that box office gold that Chevy Chase left SNL to find and never quite got. In 1992 SNL found some of its best political parody in years with the presidential candidacy of Ross Perot, a rich mine of comic material.

But let’s go back to 1975 and talk about how it all started and was perceived. If you want to know where the U.S. was culturally and politically post-Watergate, you need look no further than season one of Saturday Night Live. You might say that the 60’s didn’t happen to America outside of special enclaves such as San Francisco until the 70’s, and this show was part of that revolution.

In 1975, NBC was at the bottom of the then three-network barrel. Their only real hit show was Johnny Carson’s “Tonight Show”. So In 1974, when NBC Tonight Show host Johnny Carson requested that the weekend broadcasts of “Best of Carson” come to an end so that he could take 2 weeknights off and air repeats on those nights rather than on the weekend, NBC had no alternative but to comply with their star’s wishes. To fill the gap, Lorne Michaels was hired to produce a new late-night show for the Saturday slot, and “Saturday Night Live” was born.

Michaels fought and cajoled network executives to accept his vision for the show, which was far removed from standard variety-show conventions. For example, one network executive, visiting a dress rehearsal, noticed that the band was in blue jeans and asked when their tuxedos would arrive. Before the show began Michaels had remarked that he knew what the “ingredients (of the show) would be, but not the proportions,” and that the show would have to “find itself” on-air. Indeed, the Not Ready for Primetime Players were hardly featured in the premiere, but quickly became the focus of the show, with the guest host and musical act playing a secondary role. Albert Brooks and the Muppets were also dropped after the first season.

If you weren’t old enough to follow politics or popular culture in 1975, you aren’t going to get the jokes in their entirety. Fortunately, even if you are younger, you are in for quite a few musical treats as the musical guests are outstanding – Billy Preston performs “Nothing for Nothing”; Janis Ian performs “At Seventeen”; Paul Simon performed “Still Crazy After All These Years” and “Loves Me Like A Rock” solo and “The Boxer” and “Scarborough Fair” with Art Garfunkel; ABBA performed “Waterloo” and “S.O.S.”; and The Stylistics performed “You Make Me Feel Brand New.” These are all mainstream 70’s songs and performers that should be recognizable to almost anyone. Musical guest appearances on TV may seem like no big deal in the age of instant digital musical gratification, but in 1975 such appearances were treasured.

However, if you are younger, you are going to miss out on some of the hard-biting political satire, including Chevy Chase’s hilarious imitations of then President Ford featuring him constantly tripping over things, talking with the phone receiver inverted, and repeatedly telling a ceramic dog placed near his desk “Down Liberty, Down! Good Dog!” Also, the significance of certain guests such as President Ford’s press secretary Ron Nessen will escape younger viewers – nobody under 50 who isn’t a political science major is going to know who he is. Many elements of the regularly featured news skit “Weekend Update, which paved the way for shows such as “The Daily Show”, will not be familiar to under-40 viewers such as the “Ferdinand Francisco Franco is still dead” remark that Chevy Chase keeps making. You’ll find the original cast as “The South American Killer Bees” hilarious, but you probably won’t know that at the time there actually was a scare that a particular poisonous and aggressive species of bee might migrate north from South America and start attacking Americans. I could go on and on, but you get the picture.

One of my favorite “characters”, who makes his first appearance in a short skit in episode 15 of the first season, is “Mr. Bill”. Mr. Bill is the clay figurine star of what at first appears to be a children’s show. Each Mr. Bill episode would start innocently enough, but would quickly turn dangerous for Mr. Bill. Along with his dog, Spot, he would suffer various indignities inflicted by Mr. Hands, a man seen only as a pair of arms. Although often the abuse would ostensibly come from the mean Sluggo, another clay figure character. The violence would inevitably escalate, generally ending with Mr. Bill being crushed or dismembered while squealing, “Ohhhh noooooooooooooo….” It is like seeing the claymation duo of Davey and Goliath being run over and crushed by a tank, and is typical of the great “nothing is sacred” attitude this show had.

If you get a chance to pick up the first five seasons in particular, you will find yourself transported to another time of cynicism and great artistic freedom in which political correctness had not so constrained our ability to laugh at ourselves. Highly recommended.

Review By: AlsExGal
Used to be great
SNL: “Wow. When did everyone become so sensitive?” Also SNL: “We need to tone down our material and apologize for our past skits. They were a bit much and offended our staff and viewers.”

Stop comparing the past to today. Thank you!

-Everybody.

Review By: ejsimpson1004

Other Information:

Original Title N/A
Release Date N/A
Release Year 1975–

Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 30 min (90 min)
Budget N/A
Revenue N/A
Status N/A
Rated TV-14
Genre Comedy, Music
Director N/A
Writer Lorne Michaels
Actors The Saturday Night Live Band, Don Pardo, Darrell Hammond
Country United States
Awards Won 87 Primetime Emmys. 208 wins & 548 nominations total
Production Company N/A
Website N/A


Technical Information:

Sound Mix Mono, Stereo
Aspect Ratio 4:3 (1975-2005), 16 : 9 (2005-)
Camera N/A
Laboratory N/A
Film Length N/A
Negative Format N/A
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Printed Film Format N/A

Saturday Night Live 1975 123movies
Saturday Night Live 1975 123movies
Saturday Night Live 1975 123movies
Saturday Night Live 1975 123movies
Saturday Night Live 1975 123movies
Saturday Night Live 1975 123movies
Original title Saturday Night Live
First air date Oct. 11, 1975
Last air date Dec. 10, 2022
Seasons 48
Episodes 941
Average Duration a:1:{i:0;i:67;} minutes

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