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Bedazzled

Peter Cook and Dudley Moore's update of the Faust legend, in which timid short order cook Stanley Moon sells his soul to the devil (aka George Spiggott) in return for seven wishes. The devil, naturally, has a wicked sense of fun so nothing goes to plan. Dudley Moore takes a turn as a trampolining nun. Wicked fun.

Year: 1967
Genre: Cult Films / After Dark, Classic Comedy, Cult Classic
Country: UK
Director: Stanley Donen
Starring: Peter Cook, Dudley Moore, Raquel Welch, Eleanor Bron
Duration: 103 Minutes
Rating: PG - Contains sex scenes.
7/10
Location in store: Cult Classics

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