The Blues Brothers (1980) - Shake a Tail Feather Scene (4/9) | Movieclips

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CLIP DESCRIPTION:
The Blues Brothers stop at Ray's Music shop to find some quality instruments and get a toe-tapping demo from the owner (Ray Charles).


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, Ray Charles, 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:

Dana H
Dana H:
37 yrs later and nothing else comes close to these geniuses.
The Media
The Media:
No wonder everyone was so skinny back then, everyone would just randomly break out into choreographed dances.
pp cruddd
pp cruddd:
He plays the piano like he was on a mission from god
Aaron Morris
Aaron Morris:
Just imagine seeing "The Blues Brothers", "Airplane", "Caddyshack" and "The Empire Strikes Back" in their original release, and in the space of less than a month. I don't have to imagine it, because I did. "The Shining" also came out that same summer too!
Silky Johnson
Silky Johnson:
Man, why can't real life be like this? Just going about your business on a typical day, and a hot song echos through the air, and everyone just starts dancing.
JombieMann
JombieMann:
Best part of that scene is when Ray takes a shot at a kid trying to steal a guitar.
themetal
themetal:
" The Blues Brothers?....Sheet, they still owe you money fool". RIP Aretha Franklin.
The Lewis
The Lewis:
Fun fact, when the did that choreography, it was stupid cold outside.
8th Disgrace
8th Disgrace:
It's incredible. He's blind and did all this. He was a gift from God....
MisterUptempo
MisterUptempo:
The location shots for this scene were filmed at 47th Street and Prairie Ave. The building that housed Ray's Music Exchange is still standing, and currently is a pawn shop. The mural is still on the wall as well, albeit faded after nearly four decades.
gjk-2015
gjk-2015:
The only live action musical movie I like.
Whitney Sippel
Whitney Sippel:
RIP John Belushi and Ray Charles!
"We're on a mission from god"
That bass line is phenomenal. RIP Donald "Duck" Dunn
a name
a name:
Ray Charles is just so amazing in every way. And I say is, not was, because legends never die
Rebekah Spears
Rebekah Spears:
I love the shot of the keys reflected in Ray’s glasses.
earlwed
earlwed:
Donald "Duck" Dunn ruling the low tones in this one; great bass line!
Chris Payne
Chris Payne:
Remember when the States weren't so f'd up and music brought people together???
Tiffany Kane
Tiffany Kane:
This was one of my Dad’s favorite movies. A Cult classic that’ll never die.
Super Sullivan
Super Sullivan:
Ray Charles can make any piano work


Edit: OMG I've never gotten so many likes for a comment in my life, thanks so much everyone, you're all very kind.
Rusty The Wrench
Rusty The Wrench:
Rusty: “(Shy) (Rusty Smiles) I Got My 🧡 Orange Short Sleeved T-Shirt With 🤍 White Stripes On My Body And I Got My 🖤 Black Shorts Also On My Body And I Got My 🤍 White Above The Ankle Socks On My Feet And I Got My 🧡 Orange Running Shoes Also On My Feet! 🧡!”
Matthew Jay Evans
Matthew Jay Evans:
40 years since the movie was released and this song is STILL one of the best. It will always be a classic. It will always be timeless.
frankthespank
frankthespank:
When I hear “Make America Great Again” this is what I think of.
harpothehealer
harpothehealer:
The movie that did for jazz Blues and Soul what the Rocky films did for Boxing. The movie kept some in work and inspired new blood
Sturgeon
Sturgeon:
Remember when music was actually fun?
viking90706
viking90706:
I don't say this loosely. This is my favorite movie. There is a lot going on here, first of course, it's a documentary of the greatest artist in Soul, Rhythm and Blues, however, at the time, disco and pop were prevalent, and this movie was pointing back to the great music that was shelved by the music industry to keep making money off new crap. Don't believe me, hows the music today, huh.
Noah Hevron
Noah Hevron:
Whenever he plays the opening notes, I feel ALIVE
Matheus Moreira
Matheus Moreira:
Quem está pelo Caldeirão do Huck?
Bad Seed
Bad Seed:
This doesn’t happen when I go to guitar center.
ILiana Ojeda-Dilger
ILiana Ojeda-Dilger:
"We're on a mission from god"
That bass line is phenomenal. RIP Donald "Duck" Dunn
Lasse B
Lasse B:
I think ALOUT of the worlds problems would be solved is this song was mandatory daily lol
Dely Rivera
Dely Rivera:
Aahh the memories!! I used to play this movie over and over (until my parents went crazy) when I was a kid. I used to loved it so much. Music moves me.
Carter Guerro
Carter Guerro:
Who's still here in 2019
Dewayne Mitchell
Dewayne Mitchell:
Love it when you see the key's reflect off of his shades "legendary"😎
petewheeler72
petewheeler72:
🤣🤣🤣 @ 1:43. Dude was in a trance doing the bird.
James H
James H:
What a legend.
Anyone who's disliked this has no taste.
Leandro Miranda de Andrade
Leandro Miranda de Andrade:
Grande mestre Ray Charles, fazia qualquer piano falar a língua dos anjos, você faz muita falta grande guerreiro.
InflatablePlane
InflatablePlane:
Between this film and "Ferris Bueller's Day Off" I've come to one conclusion:

The city of Chicago will break out into random song and dance at the drop of a hat.
Nathan Moulson
Nathan Moulson:
Thanks Joey Diaz for this glorious throwback
Basty Elwood
Basty Elwood:
1:08 how could he pulled off looking that cool while playing the tambourine, I can't even
WyoColo Experience
WyoColo Experience:
Still listening in 2020 -- this song never gets old!!
HerrDexter
HerrDexter:
"We're on a mission from god"
Richard Love
Richard Love:
The best thing about this video is that it shows all races, young and old, dancing in the streets !
Archangel Revelations
Archangel Revelations:
Blues Brothers. I got a part in this show in Highschool and it never happened. Too bad I was ready to rock that stage.
Don Kahn
Don Kahn:
Who's still here in 2019
37 yrs later and nothing else comes close to these geniuses.
This was one of my Dad’s favorite movies. A Cult classic that’ll never die.
searching4the
searching4the:
Rest in peace Matt "Guitar" Murphy. Thank you for the music.
Sincopare
Sincopare:
I feel sorry for anyone without enough bass to hear Donald Duck Dunn dancin all over the frets
That1 Rand0m6uy
That1 Rand0m6uy:
Fun Fact: The guy who did the flips was completely off script, but they liked it enough to put it in the movie.
GodBear
GodBear:
If anything is going to make people burst out dancing up and down the street, it's Ray Charles getting in the zone
madquest8
madquest8:
One of the top 10 movies ever made. Flawless.
son
son:
I'm currently 16,
music and culture just seemed so much better back in these days. No one is sucked up by their phones that are designed to prey on our brains...
Jeep Beach Wheelin'
Jeep Beach Wheelin':
Always puts a smile on your face, just timeless.
Misfited Misfit
Misfited Misfit:
Ray Charles would have been around 49 or 50 years old when this was made and he never lost his touch!
Sergio Navas
Sergio Navas:
I don't think anyone can sit still when listening to this, Best song of the whole movie
Thinking Clearly Two
Thinking Clearly Two:
Hollywood wishes it could do a movie this good again. Hence why it keeps monitoring our whims through google. You will not ever get it. It has to be organic. You can't grow love.
Dyn Jarren
Dyn Jarren:
When Ray Charles starts playing and singing your about to get schooled! He was a Master of R&B and even put out a great Country Album in his style. I love the Blues Brothers movie!
Bill Otten
Bill Otten:
Donald "Duck" Dunn! What an incredible bass player! Who else could play the bass like that & still look cool smoking a pipe!
Mick Swagger
Mick Swagger:
Ine of the greatest moments in movie history
harley Sullivan
harley Sullivan:
I couldnt be bothered looking up this scene after JRE. Luckily so many people did that it came up in my suggestions anyway
Nick
Nick:
I love how the Blues Brothers dance like four year olds in the beginning.
Juliaflo
Juliaflo:
After 40 years--yes, I said 40 years--this rocks. Saves money on gym memberships, too.
actorben
actorben:
I really think Broadway should try to put together a live musical version of, "The Blues Brothers." It might be hard to replicate some things but it's worth a shot!
solidsnakeisme
solidsnakeisme:
That bass is one of the most beautiful things I've ever heard.
ajax515
ajax515:
Chicago is not an sjw city, we are not Barack Obama's city,we are a large area of many different ethnicity who value the first amendment and the awesome music genre known as the blues!
Maureen m
Maureen m:
i need to watch this film, i havent seen it yet.
Herodotus Techne
Herodotus Techne:
When the Unitied States still had soul... kinda a lost art today.
I. Holm Mark
I. Holm Mark:
The best thing about this video is that it shows all races, young and old, dancing in the streets !
Who's still here in 2019
There's nothing wrong with the action on that piana
Kpopahjussi63
Kpopahjussi63:
When Ray sings, everyone dances.
Peter Valentin
Peter Valentin:
“Ray Charles, the blind soul” 🙏🏽
Oink`
Oink`:
The whole point behind Blues Brothers on SNL was that they were so stuck in the past and convinced that the blues was the only true music. Forty plus years later, this video is still timeless - that speaks volumes.
Rosario Forino
Rosario Forino:
I adore the scenes of people dancing in the streets. They show How the world should be.
Tip Of the Day
Tip Of the Day:
Are we just going to ignore that guy who does a back flip onto the sidewalk?
Lex Vanguard
Lex Vanguard:
Such a good movie, with a great cast, honestly one of my favorite movies.
Dcoleman139
Dcoleman139:
The amount of fun the dancers are having warms my heart
E. G.
E. G.:
An era when I was proud to say I was from Chicago. I hope this great city lives to see these glory days again someday.
Johnathan Harris
Johnathan Harris:
aint nothing wrong ill throw in the black keys for free lmfao
Purple Arrows
Purple Arrows:
Am I the only one here from Joe Rogan?
Alices Wonderland
Alices Wonderland:
I omitted John Candy.... Planes, Trains and Automobiles is still a good laugher.
Miguel Salas
Miguel Salas:
RIP Belushi and Ray Charles
Smooth Bro
Smooth Bro:
I was watching the masked singer and the peacock sung this song so I had to check this song out
I'm just some Canadian guy and I say
I'm just some Canadian guy and I say:
I'd love to see Ray's reaction when they told him he was gonna shoot a gun at a kid..... at anything, really.
Charles X
Charles X:
Me :

YouTube recommanded : October 7th, 2019

Me : SMILE :)
William Hunter
William Hunter:
Nope. Nothing wrong with the action on that piano.
burak alioğulları
burak alioğulları:
Ray Charles can make any piano work
1:43 bruh got WAAAAY too into the brrd.
Gerald Green
Gerald Green:
Oh man even the people in the train station was feeling it...
Eric Pavlisko
Eric Pavlisko:
They'll never make another movie like this Joe Rogan.
Jordan Leff
Jordan Leff:
That was my father's pawn shop where the Blues Brothers scene was
Ruben Clemente
Ruben Clemente:
RIP John Belushi and Ray Charles!
Meliondur
Meliondur:
R.I.P. Mad Murphy, thx for the Music
Mille Silva
Mille Silva:
Vi no lata velha e amei 😂❤
Deborah Brunet
Deborah Brunet:
RIP John Belushi and Ray Charles!
"We're on a mission from god"
That bass line is phenomenal. RIP Donald "Duck" Dunn
Capricorn Life
Capricorn Life:
The best movie everrrrr!!!!
Jorge Segnini Aguirre
Jorge Segnini Aguirre:
Whenever I play this song on my iPad, the battery stops draining and starts to recharge on its own.
🐋🐋🐋
🐋🐋🐋:
Well I heard about the fella you've been dancing with
All over the neighbourhood
So why didn't you ask me baby
Or didn't you think I could?
Well I know that the boogaloo is out of sight
But the shingaling's the thing tonight
But if that was you and me a now baby
I would have shown you how to do it right
Do it right
Do it right
Dot it right
Do it right
Do it right
Aaah
Twistin', shake it shake it shake it shake it baby
Hey we gonna loop de loop
Shake it out baby
Hey we gonna loop de la
Bend over let me see ya shake your tailfeather
Bend over let me see ya shake your tailfeather
Come on let me see ya shake your tailfeather
Come on let me see ya shake your tailfeather
Aaah
Twistin', shake it shake it shake it shake it baby
Hey we gonna loop de loop
Shake it out baby
Hey we gonna loop de la
Bend over let me see ya shake your tailfeather
Bend over let me see ya shake your tailfeather
Come on let me see ya shake your tailfeather
Come on let me see ya shake your tailfeather
Aaah
Come on, come on baby
Come on, yeah, come on babe, alright
Do the twist
Do the fly
Do the swim
Ha ha ha
And do the bird
Well do the duck
Aaah, and do the monkey
Hey hey, watusi
And a what about the food?
Do the mashed potato
What about the boogaloo
Oh, the bony marony
Come on let's do the twist
Aaah
Twistin', shake it shake it shake it shake it baby
journeystarr
journeystarr:
Perhaps one of the best parts of The Blues Brothers
Samuel Stephens
Samuel Stephens:
The dude playing the tambourine is hilarious, he just wants have a good time.
Woodrow Dickerson
Woodrow Dickerson:
When the Unitied States still had soul... kinda a lost art today.
The best thing about this video is that it shows all races, young and old, dancing in the streets !
KCohere33
KCohere33:
I love how the little kids are dancing just as hard as the adults lol
Ginea25
Ginea25:
If you can listen to this and not get up and dance, you ain't human.
Steve 'o
Steve 'o:
The keyboard reflecting in his glasses is one of the most iconic images of Ray..
ken nak
ken nak:
The Blues Brothers should be in the National Archives if it isn’t already!
Josue Garcia
Josue Garcia:
I was suppose to go to sleep but Joey Diaz brought me here from the Joe rogan podcast