• 10 Things I Learned: Harold and Maude

    By Curtis Tsui

13 comments

  • By QuQCDegueulasse
    June 25, 2012
    03:13 PM

    awesome
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  • By Rani
    June 25, 2012
    06:03 PM

    Absolutely adore Harold and Maude!
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  • By Kevin Nash
    June 25, 2012
    06:20 PM

    Fascinating.
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  • By Sidney
    June 25, 2012
    07:08 PM

    Thanks, Criterion! I love Harold and Maude.
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  • By Dave Clayton
    June 25, 2012
    07:49 PM

    Harold and Maude is not my favorite Ashby film--I much prefer The Last Detail and Being There. For one who was in graduate school in the 1960s, it's a bit too much saturated with the period. But when I look at what we're offered currently on the American screen, those days of Harold and Maude, Mash, Godfather I, and Taxi Driver seem like the Golden Age.
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  • By Steve Bad
    June 26, 2012
    08:30 AM

    the deleted sequences could not be found?
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  • By MARKY LENNON
    June 26, 2012
    12:32 PM

    I HAVE A RARE SOUNDTRACK ON CD & CAT STEVENS WAS AT OUR CONCERT, (I'M SINGING BACKGROUNDS ON ROGER WATERS/THE WALL TOUR) & HE SIGNED IT AFTER TAKING A PICTURE W/ME...I DIED & WENT TO HEAVEN!
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  • By Alvaro
    July 10, 2012
    06:40 PM

    Is my favorite book and movie.
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  • By Jennifer
    July 16, 2012
    11:19 PM

    I agree - why wasn't any of this included on the disc? The picture quality is excellent, but I'm disappointed with the supplements. No deleted scenes or extended sequences? No commentary from Bud Cort?
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  • By Rachael
    November 25, 2012
    09:24 AM

    Bud Cort probably wouldn't have done any commentary because he still doesn't get any residuals for DVD sales and he's a bit sour over it. At least the last I knew that's how it was for him.
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  • By Diana Trimble 66Witches
    December 28, 2012
    04:55 PM

    What a fascinating "turn of the screw"; wasn't it when Higgins was working as a part-time pool cleaner for producer Ed Lewis that he got "Harold and Maude" optioned? It would seem that the aquatic leisure maintenance professions are a good place to discover future Hollywood players. LOL!
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  • By bmwloco (air cooled only)
    February 04, 2013
    09:29 PM

    While hitch hiking across the US in 1984, I walked 6 miles in the snow in Bozeman, MT to see the midnight showing of "Harold & Maude" I was completely blown away. Since, I have seen most of Ashby's films. Netflix has a great copy of Harold & Maude. Good color seperation and it jumps.
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  • By Pete Harris
    July 11, 2014
    06:31 AM

    I've never been so in love with a film. Re released next week on dvd /bluray.
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