The Blues Brothers (1980) - Rawhide Scene (5/9) | Movieclips

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CLIP DESCRIPTION:
The Blues Brothers play a country bar and have to adjust their musical choices accordingly.


FILM DESCRIPTION:
Expanding on their Saturday Night Live characters, John Belushi and Dan Aykroyd star as Jake and Elwood Blues, two white boys with black soul. Sporting cool shades and look-alike suits, Jake and Elwood are dispatched on a "mission from God" by their former teacher, Sister Mary Stigmata (Kathleen Freeman). Said mission is to raise $5000 to save an orphanage. In the course of their zany adventures, the Blues Brothers run afoul of neo-Nazi Henry Gibson, perform the theme from Rawhide before the most unruly bar crowd in written history, and lay waste to hundreds of cars on the streets and freeways of Chicago. In case you aren't swept up in the infectuous nuttiness of the brothers Blue, you might have fun spotting film's legion of guest stars, including James Brown, Cab Calloway, Aretha Franklin, Ray Charles, John Candy, Carrie Fisher, Steve Lawrence, Twiggy, Paul Reubens (aka Pee-Wee Herman), Frank Oz, and Steven Spielberg.

CREDITS:
TM & © Universal (1980)
Cast: Dan Aykroyd, John Belushi, Donald Dunn, Murphy Dunne, Willie Hall, Tom Malone, Lou Marini, Matt Murphy, Alan Rubin
Director: John Landis
Producers: Bernie Brillstein, George Folsey Jr., David Sosna, Robert K. Weiss
Screenwriters: Dan Aykroyd, John Landis

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100+ komentarze:

Thaddeus Urban
Thaddeus Urban:
I once tipped a bar band $20 because their drummer said "those lights are off on purpose"
JoacinoDaGona
JoacinoDaGona:
Bad music: Throw some bottles!
Good music: Throw more bottles!
I don't get it...
Jeffrey Cross
Jeffrey Cross:
R.I.P John Belushi. The man could be hilarious without saying a word.
That1 Rand0m6uy
That1 Rand0m6uy:
I love how Elwood is singing, and Jakes just standing there giving the "pissed off stare" LoL
Brent Hodgson
Brent Hodgson:
It's 106 miles to Chicago.. we got a full tank of gas, half a pack of cigarettes... it's dark and were wearing sunglasses !! ..... hit it ...m best line ever
Jennifer Lemming
Jennifer Lemming:
Just re-release this movie in the theaters. Please
IRON1I7
IRON1I7:
*THAT AIN'T NO HANK WILLIAMS SONG!*
Dan Radu
Dan Radu:
"I don't think so man...those lights are off on purpose"...  Lou Marini should have won an Oscar for this....
Kartissa
Kartissa:
"What kind of music do you usually have here?"  "Oh, we got both kinds. We got Country *and* Western."
ElectricMuzak
ElectricMuzak:
"All right, guys - this is a Blues riff in 'B'. Watch me for the changes, and try to keep up, OK?"

Wait, wrong movie...
YN
YN:
"move em on"
-"heAD EM UP"

"head em up"
-"MOVE EM ON"
Surfercharlie25
Surfercharlie25:
"THAT AIN'T NO HANK WILLIAMS SONG!!!!"
Skrgic Kemal
Skrgic Kemal:
I am from Bosnia And Herzegovina. It was war in my country 1992-1995 but when no bombing I wached this movie. Now its 2018th and I still Come to wach. No hate in my heart to nobody.
THEDestendGem
THEDestendGem:
What kinda music you do here?

Oh we do both, country AND western!

Dear god this film was hilarious.
Stevie dit le wonder
Stevie dit le wonder:
This movie is a masterpiece. Always young and fresh.
Barry Schlesinger
Barry Schlesinger:
They were amazing.... Two comedians ...That went beyond comedy and touched so many.....
Cool Cat
Cool Cat:
My fav line....

Elwood: "Theme from the tv show Rawhide. (Glass breaks on chicken wire in front of his face) Thank you!"
john
john:
Rollin' Rollin' Rollin'
Rollin' Rollin' Rollin'
Rollin' Rollin' Rollin'
Rollin' Rollin' Rollin'
Rawhide!

Rollin' Rollin' Rollin'
Though the streams are swollen
Keep them doggies rollin',
Rawhide

Rain and wind and weather
Hell bent for leather
Wishin' my gal was by my side

All the things I'm missin'
Good vittles, love and kissin'
Are waiting at the end of my ride

Move 'em on
(Head em' up!)
Head em' up
(Move 'em on!)
Move 'em on
(Head em' up!)
Rawhide!

Cut 'em out
(Ride 'em in!)
Ride 'em in
(Cut em' out!)
Cut 'em out
Ride 'em in,
Rawhide!

Keep movin', movin', movin'
Though they're disaprovin'
Keep them doggies movin',
Rawhide

Don't try to understand 'em
Just rope, throw, and brand 'em
Soon we'll be livin' high and wide

My heart's calculatin'
My true love will be waitin'
Be waitin' at the end of my ride

Move 'em on
(Head em' up!)
Head em' up
(Move 'em on!)
Move 'em on
(Head em' up!)
Rawhide!

Cut em' out
(Ride 'em in!)
Ride 'em in
(Cut em' out!)
Cut em' out
Ride 'em in,
Rawhide!

Yah! (whip crack)

Move 'em on
(Head em' up!)
Head em' up
(Move 'em on!)
Move 'em on
(Head em' up!)
Rawhide!

Cut em' out
(Ride 'em in!)
Ride 'em in
(Cut em' out!)
Cut em' out
Ride 'em in,
Rawhide!

Rollin' rollin',rollin'
Rollin' rollin' rollin' Yah! (whip crack)
Rollin' rollin' rollin'
Rollin' rollin' rollin'
Rawhiiide

Yah! (whip crack)

Rawhide!
Christine Daae
Christine Daae:
Jake's face throughout this song is the best part. Elwood is putting proper effort into the song and Jake is just standing there looking pissed off and occasionally saying something.
morning morality
morning morality:
so they throw bottles when they are pissed off and they throw bottles at singers when they are happy ?
spiritgirl41192
spiritgirl41192:
Move 'em on, head 'em up, head 'em up, move 'em on.  Move 'em on, head 'em up, rawhide!  Count 'em out, ride 'em in, ride 'em in, count 'em out, count 'em out, ride 'em in, rawhide!
thefirepolo25
thefirepolo25:
RIP John Belushi
W Rigg
W Rigg:
Had this pictured in my mind when NPR was playing "Rawhide" yesterday. When the song ended, the announcer says, "You know, I can't listen to that without thinking of the Blues Brothers".
Nathaniel Stanford
Nathaniel Stanford:
"So what kind of music do you usually have here at the Country Bunker?"
"Oh, Both kinds: country AND western."
conformist
conformist:
good ole blues brothers boys
okrajoe
okrajoe:
When in a dilemma and filled with doubt, sing Rawhide.
ned
ned:
135 people are Illinois Nazis, I hate Illinois Nazis...
jmua04
jmua04:
Theme from the TV Show Rawhide
[Crash]
Thank you.
Bill Law
Bill Law:
... that ain't no Hank Williams song!!!!
Laced Bacon
Laced Bacon:
this movie will never get old to me lol
x3newMoon
x3newMoon:
I love how Elwood sings. Dan Aykroyd was sooo cute haha well he still is a cutie haha
Bint Firm 1882
Bint Firm 1882:
Classic and timeless film, I remember being a kid and watching this scene with my dad he couldn't stop laughing I didn't really get what was funny at the time but loved watching it.
hebneh
hebneh:
They throw bottles at you if they HATE you; they throw bottles at you if they LOVE you.

They probably throw bottles at you if they don't care about you one way or the other, too.
BlackCrowNavajo
BlackCrowNavajo:
 - what kind of music you usually play here?
 - we play both - country and western!
DAF driver
DAF driver:
"Oh, we got both kinds, country AND western!"
emilio8381
emilio8381:
DONALD" DUCK" DUNN on the bass.....RIP
BL33
BL33:
it takes a true musician to be able to adapt to a crowd. remember that people
Garry Pane
Garry Pane:
A mission from God brought me here
Carlos Matos
Carlos Matos:
"The Good Ol' Blues Brothers Boys Band from Chicago"
Christian Ludwig
Christian Ludwig:
Blues Brothers 2000 was redundant shit compared with this first movie.
Flamner
Flamner:
2:02 elwood looks so happy
Kenneth Hall
Kenneth Hall:
Rest in peace to John Belushi, Carrie Fisher, John Candy, James Brown, and others that died the last several years.
Dead Channel
Dead Channel:
This is the best movie ever!
Mark NC
Mark NC:
The end of this clip where Jake (Belushi) is using the whip to whip a cigarette from a lady's mouth - this is a good segue into Devo's Whip It video.
Shakti Subramanian
Shakti Subramanian:
I've worked with artists since 1974 and I have always said that anyone who wants to be in a band needs to watch this movie.  Carrie Fisher represents the ticked off ex-girlfriend, then you have this scene with a somewhat agitated audience and one of the best parts is after this scene where Jake and Elwood learn that the band consumed more beer than the band got paid because the band "thought" that the drinks were unlimited and free for the performers.The only thing I did not see in this scene was sawdust on the floor.  Some of you will know what I am talking about with reference to the sawdust.
Adam B. Smith
Adam B. Smith:
When that rowdy crowd was throwing the bottles at "Gimme Some Lovin'" that's what I feel like doing when I hear Beyoncé or Nicki Minaj.
Eric Thornhill
Eric Thornhill:
"That ain't no Hank Williams song!"
Red Day Scalper
Red Day Scalper:
1:56 the guy playing the guitar looks just like David Gilmour with a larger beard hahahahaha
MikoRockr
MikoRockr:
I love the comedy in this scene. "Shit, they don't like our music, I got it! Let's play the theme song to some western show, I'm sure they're too drunk to notice anyways...." I love john landis
Tarn Sand
Tarn Sand:
Nowadays Dan's singing would have been dubbed by someone else. He has a good voice as did John.
Ana Leja Pusnova
Ana Leja Pusnova:
When Elwood talks normaly his voice is sorta kinda high-ish but when he sings (in gimme some lovin and rawhide) his voice is really deep.
Chomby mas
Chomby mas:
Does anyone else think at 2:32 is a sign to John Belushi to give up smoking. 
Rick Kinki
Rick Kinki:
Simply one of the greatest films of all time.
Moira Russell
Moira Russell:
"That ain't no Hank Williams song!" kills me every, EVERY time.
Steven Jenkins
Steven Jenkins:
Simply the best movie ever a forces favorite to take with us back in the 80's to what ever shithole we were sent to 🇬🇧🇬🇧🇬🇧
Millwater Publishing
Millwater Publishing:
Chicken wire at the front of the stage kinda' gives you fair warning about the kind of establishment you are playing...
Dizzy Dee
Dizzy Dee:
The look on John's face with his arms crossed, epic.
BlackVelvetDaydream
BlackVelvetDaydream:
FINALLY I found this song. My father loves toilet humor, and instead of "rollin' rollin' rollin', though the streams are swollen" he used to sing "rollin' rollin' rollin' through my stinky colon." I think I like this version much better.
Anthony Barber
Anthony Barber:
Rawhide in "A!"
John Kooz
John Kooz:
Blues Brothers...masters of improvisation and catering to a heap of hicks.
Cheryl Simser
Cheryl Simser:
I love the part at the very end where Dan gets splattered and he says: 'Thank You." Great fun!
bobsolo55
bobsolo55:
The Blues Brothers know how to placate and soothe their audience by singing a TV show intro. Brilliant.
jaidyn hein
jaidyn hein:
Those lights are off on purpose 😂
doughesson
doughesson:
"We're sorry that we couldn't remember the words to Wreck of the Ol 97..."
Colin Magin
Colin Magin:
2:02 i just love Elwood's expression
Andy Peoples
Andy Peoples:
does anyone else want to hear the rest of the first song
Ryder Draconis
Ryder Draconis:
Play music that you don't like? Throw beer.
Play music that you do like? Throw beer.
MrShadowpanther3
MrShadowpanther3:
At 1:59 Belushi walks over to the post and grabs the whip... then a few seconds later in the closeup he turns to the post... and walks over to grab the whip.
JirachiWish100
JirachiWish100:
Great movie.I like Dan Aykroyd's/Elwood's voice.
Mrs Natural
Mrs Natural:
Heh Elwood has to give Jake a tap, like "Quit pouting and back me up here man."
Nancy Mills
Nancy Mills:
My friends and I broke up when they mentioned Kokomo. We live 10 miles east of there and knew of a bar pretty much like this one.
LoboODP
LoboODP:
"We're on a mission from God."
Anthony Barber
Anthony Barber:
Ok we gotta figure out something these people like and FAST!
Fence Estimates
Fence Estimates:
It`s a good thing they are all wearing sunglasses to protect their eyes from all that broken glass flying around.
Holy Shit! It`s like they are firing those beer bottles out of a cannon.
mohsdef
mohsdef:
Was there even places like this, with the chicken wire?
kulturfreund66
kulturfreund66:
"We´re the Good Ole ... Blues ... Brothers ...Boys... Men from Chicago" : D
HollowedJes
HollowedJes:
"What kinda music you got here?"
"Oh, we've got both kinds. Country *and* Western!"
CC927
CC927:
Fievel Goes West brought me here.
Molly Winchester
Molly Winchester:
Love how they keep throwing bottles even when they like the song. 😂 love this movie .
stephen smart
stephen smart:
one of my fave scenes from this movie.gotta love it.
MODITES
MODITES:
“That ain’t no Hank Williams song” right on to “Raw hide”! Brilliant 👌
ORCA MS15LF
ORCA MS15LF:
I love it when Jake wipes the cigarette from the lady's mouth.
John Gurke Percussion Studio
John Gurke Percussion Studio:
"A"...good country key! That's hilarious!
John Doe
John Doe:
"That ain't no Hank Williams song!" And there we have the Culture Wars in a nutshell.
Kay Heritage
Kay Heritage:
Reminds me of some of the gigs we played at the Bluebell Pub in Huyton! (no longer there, the pub not Huyton)
Cody Ratliff
Cody Ratliff:
"That ain't no Hank Williams song!" Lol.
TruckerCharlie84
TruckerCharlie84:
Legend has it this was shot in Charlottesville, Virginia 😂😂😂
ClassicTVMan1981X
ClassicTVMan1981X:
(Hyah! - whip crack) Rollin', rollin', rollin'
(Hyah! - whip crack) Rollin', rollin', rollin'
Keep movin', movin', movin'
Though they're disapprovin'
Keep them dogies movin', rawhide
Through rain and wind and weather
Don't try to understand 'em
Just rope 'em, throw and brand 'em
Soon we'll be livin' high and wide
My heart's calculatin'
My true love will be waitin'
Be waitin' at the end of my ride

Move 'em on, head 'em up
Head 'em up, move 'em on
Move 'em on, head 'em up, rawhide!
(Whip crack) Cut 'em out, ride 'em in
Ride 'em in, let 'em out
Cut 'em out, ride 'em in, rawhide!
(Hyah! - whip crack) Rawhide
(Hyah! - whip crack) Rawhide
(Hyah! - whip crack)
RadStorm 77
RadStorm 77:
“YOU’RE THE GOOD OLE’ BOYS?!”
Tsim
Tsim:
"theme from the TV show Rawhide, thank you". A classic example of a band tuning in to their audience
Steve Jay
Steve Jay:
"What key??"
"A..a good country key." Duck was the best!
shydmples
shydmples:
That ain't no Hank Williams song!  lol
sharig97
sharig97:
"Theme from the tv show Rawhide...Thank you" :D
Ray
Ray:
"Theme from the TV show 'Rawhide'."
*SMASH*
"Thank you."
Elaine S
Elaine S:
Timing is everything.
Noah
Noah:
donald duck dunn is a beauty
Sami Suominen
Sami Suominen:
Extras: How many bottles do you want us to throw?

John Landis: Yes.
Luca Savino
Luca Savino:
Producers: how many bottles do you need for this scene?
John Landis: A LOT!!!!
Alexandre Bertrand-Lafleur
Alexandre Bertrand-Lafleur:
Two favorites references:

2:32 Thanks to no smoking as Jake whips the cigarette!

and

2:43 Theme from the TV show Rawhide (Crack!) Thank you!
juie anderson
juie anderson:
This is funny!  Love that song!  Only Chicago guys could do that!