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For the soundtrack album, see Baby Snakes (soundtrack). Baby Snakes DVD cover Directed by Frank Zappa Produced by Frank Zappa Bennett Glotzer Starring Frank Zappa Terry Bozzio Roy Estrada Adrian Belew Ed Mann Patrick O'Hearn Peter Wolf Tommy Mars and New York's Finest Crazy Persons Music by Frank Zappa Distributed by Intercontinental Absurdities Release date December 21, 1979 Running time 166 min Language English Budget $679, 000 Baby Snakes is a film which includes footage from Frank Zappa 's 1977 Halloween concert at New York City 's Palladium Theater, backstage antics from the crew, and stop motion clay animation from award-winning animator Bruce Bickford. Reception [ edit] Critics were not kind to the picture. In his TV, Movie & Video Guide, film historian Leonard Maltin called it an "... Excruciatingly overlong the producer should have fired Zappa the director. " It has a 92% approval rating at Rotten Tomatoes [1]. Release history [ edit] Initially, the film had particular difficulty finding a distributor. Frank Zappa tried to interest United Artists, the company that released 200 Motels, but they declined. Other studios followed United Artists' lead, fearing that Zappa's "cinematic style" had lost considerable appeal in 1970s pop culture, and also declined to distribute the film. Several European distributors told Zappa that there might be interest if the running time was cut from its original 168-minute length. The film was cut to 90 minutes, but still, there were no takers. Even after Bruce Bickford's sequences won first prize at a French animated film competition, there was no interest. Eventually Zappa took it upon himself to distribute the film independently, via his own production company, Intercontinental Absurdities. The film ran 24 hours a day at the Victoria Theater in New York City. (This can be seen in the opening credits to the film, "Eaten Alive, " partly filmed in New York at the time Baby Snakes was playing. ) [ citation needed] The film was first released on videocassette in 1983 in two forms. The complete edition was priced at $200 and was aimed at rental stores. A 90-minute edited version was available to the general public at a more reasonable "sell-through" price of $59. 98. Both editions sold out quickly. Finally, after many years of being "out of print" Baby Snakes was released on DVD on December 9, 2003 by Eagle Vision United States with a new 5. 1 Surround mix added and in its complete, unedited form. This was the first time that the film was made commercially available to the public at large rather than through limited mail order directly from Zappa. Soundtrack [ edit] The soundtrack album was first released on vinyl in 1983 as a picture disc, and subsequently on compact disc with different artwork. [2] An expanded iTunes edition entitled Baby Snakes: The Compleat Soundtrack was released on December 21, 2012. [3] See also [ edit] List of American films of 1979 Baby Snakes (soundtrack) References [ edit] External links [ edit] Baby Snakes on IMDb v t e Frank Zappa and The Mothers of Invention Studio and live albums (1966–1993) Freak Out! Absolutely Free Lumpy Gravy We're Only in It for the Money Cruising with Ruben & the Jets Uncle Meat Hot Rats Burnt Weeny Sandwich Weasels Ripped My Flesh Chunga's Revenge Fillmore East – June 1971 Just Another Band from L. A. 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Baby Snakes available on DVD is a late 70's movie originally released as double videocassette at that time. Actually it is three movies in one: a concert-film, a documentary (indeed rockumentary) and, last but not least, an animation artwork featuring the stunning claymation done by Bruce Bickford. It's playing time last a little more than two hours, so most people will find something for their own taste. The most of it are concert sequences from a series of concerts in Halloween 1977. The bands performances are exquisite, changing between rock, fusion, stunning solos, composing by conducting tracks, funny songs and audience participation. A little bit you can find on the same named soundtrack album. You also see a lot of backstage scenes, funny looking audiences entering the concert-hall and so on, which i would describe as the documentary part of the movie. And finally there is a lot of wonderful clay-animation done by Bruce Bickford, it is not to much in relation to the playing time of the disc, but maybe caused the most hours of work for manufacturing this movie. If you are fair, you shouldn't wonder if Bickford was the second name on the DVD-case. Zappa later filled this gap with the title 'the amazing mister Bickford' for another video-release. The animation sequences are accompanied with soundtracks done by the same Band but sounding totally different to the stuff played in the concerts. You can see a few moments FZ conducting the band in the studio recording these soundtracks, otherwise you wouldn't believe hearing the same cast of musicians. This shows once more the unbelievable band-with of Zappa himself as well of the band-members. All in all the animation sequences are a very special part of the film, i wouldn't like to miss them. These single elements of the movie are melted together in a very chaotic way, just about the last hour consists only of concert recordings, but when you have reached this sequence you have a lot behind you, really! People who don't like FZ won't like this movie also, people who divide FZ in two persons (the good Zappa and the evil Zappa) will find a lot to pick out what they like, i for myself like to watch the disc from beginning to the end.

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Baby snakes in texas. Ive seen those in my house in I though it was a worm. Baby snakeskin. Baby snakes for sale. Baby stakes. When Deth Kobr #1 shot out of the container, I actually jumped forward yelling, Oh nononooonnn! Phew. Nice catch. “Doin a hiss” 😂😂😂😂. Baby snake oil. Baby stakes betting. I've held a big snake named pocorn or it as a popcorn snake. 88 customer reviews There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. September 25, 2005 Format: DVD Verified Purchase This DVD is great fun for any Zappa fan. Yes the Camera work could have shown more of Zappa on his axe, but the sound visuals and play list more than make up for it. Zappa and his mates are having a great time jamming to all the tunes we all know and love so much, along with great times and horseplay behind the scenes and back stage before after and during the show. You can really tell the folks in the crowd are into the show, from the costumes, to singing along and just going nuts. A huge bonus to me is the great claymation video mixed into the movie, its really some amazing stuff. If you ever wanted to see Zappa in concert but never did, or even if you have like myself, you will enjoy this DVD. It's Zappa at the peak of his creativity, with his best band mates. From Adrian Belew's hypnotic droning, to Terry Bozzio's Hard paced Drum beats, to all of Frank's great axe playing this is Zappa's best overall DVD around right now. Do yourself a favor and pck it up today. December 10, 2003 Format: DVD Verified Purchase Frank Zappa, New York, Halloween...... Bozzio, Belew, Bickford....... how many more reasons could a person need to desire this majorly non-boring round thing???? The DVD release of Baby Snakes is a cause for celebration, both for long time fans and novices who are just discovering FZ - for the latter in particular, who never got the chance to experience the Zappa performance spectacle. At its core, Baby Snakes is a concert film, but it is also a keen insight into the man's creative mechanism, a free association style that embraced all manner of media in addition to music. A prime example is the generous screentime given to clay animator Bruce Bickford, with whom Zappa had worked with on a video project for PBS around 1975. Bickford creates erotic nightmares in clay and on film while Zappa prods him on in metaphorical abandon, the result complimented by jarring sound design created spontaneously by Zappa and his cohorts in the studio. We also witness FZ rehearsing his bandmates, creating on the spot extraveganzas with Roy Estrada and a gas mask, spying on the backstage cavortings of musicians and crewmates, possibly developing new theories and creative concepts from witnessing the bizarre goings on...... Ultimately, in the course of its 2. 75 hours' length, Baby Snakes evolves into a relentless live assault, a labor of love dedicated to the appreciative crowd of New York's finest crazy persons, who are also afforded ample screen time. We learn the History of the Poodle (God's 3rd mistake), witness a debut performance of "I Have Been In You", observe monster drummer Terry Ted Bozzio in a Speedo transform himself into the devil for the number "(Mammarian Protuberances) 'N' Beer", enjoy featured vocal performances by keyboardist Tommy Mars (Pound for a Brown), guest stunt guitarist Adrian Belew (City of Tiny Lites), and even FZ's bodyguard Big John Smothers (Muffin Man), witness the onstage flogging of unwitting audience members with a real leather whip ("This is Halloween, we don't **** around!! ") and of course the recommended diet of Frank's own searing guitar work. A truly priceless moment in the film is Bozzio's drumming/vocal performance on the epic finale "Punky's Whips"; if only they gave Oscars for best supporting musical performance in a documentary. As for the DVD package itself: It is presented as a case study of People Who Do Things That Are Not Normal, complete with file folder bearing the official seal of the Department of Entertainment Security containing typewritten documents, photographs, trade reviews and other critical evidence. The transfer effort is admirable, though the film does show its age in some sections, graininess and a true live mix (not the "enhanced" type that Zappa favored on many audio releases) which at times loses definition. That's rock 'n roll. Due to compression and encoding issues associated with DVD production, the actual volume level is fairly low; this can of course be resolved by cranking your receiver, but you better be riding the levels when you push that menu button! These are minor quibbles in light of this significant video chronicle of the man Frank Zappa, who wrote, produced, directed, scored (duh) and largely financed the original film into existence back in 1979. The result the closest we've got to a legacy to a creative mind like few others.... watch him work, watch him play, listen as he has his say ("The important thing about this instrument is the way the air smells as it comes out of these holes"), see the Läther Band onstage, venting Warner Brothers rage..... and don't forget to vote. We will never forget you, Frank. September 14, 2005 Format: DVD Verified Purchase Zappa released with BABY SNAKES a concert film by which others should be measured. Contained on this DVD rings out truly amazing music played by an amazing band in front of a ravenous audience of stirred up fans. Afficionados of FZ's will eat this one up. Music fans in general should check this one out to witness how a live band should perform UNMITIGATED ENTERTAINMENT. This 2-1/2 hour concert video is interspliced with hilarious backstage antics and mind-boggling claymation by a chap that probably can ONLY do claymation (you'll understand after his cameos). The recording quality of the concert sound resounds clear and strong. Zappa conducts this band at points as if it were a rock orchestra but the TIGHTNESS by which he rehearsed his bands more accurately translates his conduction into a neat little artifact that LIVE, FZ PLAYS HIS BAND JUST LIKE ANY OTHER INSTRUMENT. Some truly inspired live improvisation is documented whereby Uncle Frankie conjures music out of his finely tuned musos (his swirling stage ministrations call to mind a magician! ) that only he can create. Buy the DVD and witness singular sonic events that FZ opportunistically captured for us on this wonderful film. The claymation is WAY-TRIPPED OUT: I can only describe the animation as phantasmagorical visual spewings that involve sex, peccaries in car chases, and Billy the Mountain. The animation more than aptly flows alongside Zappa's sonic brain candy. Performed are many classic FZ tunes like "Dinah-Moe Hum" and "Camarillo Brillo" as well as more esoteric rock-orchestrations like "The Black Page" or "Zoot Allures". Prime FZ at the height of his creativity. And this film reveals the maestro to be revelling in every second of the zany stage insanity. You will, too. "The present day composer refuses to die" - indeed, long live Frank Zappa! August 27, 2019 Format: DVD Verified Purchase I'm all about the guitar and there just isn't much of that here. The rest of the 2 hrs. and 30 mins. is what I least like about Zappa, his irreverent take on anyone who isn't him. Cruel songs about people he deems beneath him. February 23, 2008 Format: DVD Verified Purchase Not just a glimpse of genius, but a virtal smorgasbord! In this video, many twisted minds come together like baby snakes in the night, producing a sensory overload unequalled by any group of artists. You have the totally bizarre claymation freak-outage, the uninhibited backstage showing off, and the not-frequent-enough footage of Zappa squeezing every drop of musical talent from his band members in rehearsal. Then you have the irreplaceable concert footage- it's such a blast to watch Terry Bozzio clad in a devil's mask and underwear, banging away at the drums like a maniac. Zappa commands the stage but then drags in an assortment of audience members, a blow up doll, a talking toy cop car and even his road crew manager for comic measure, as if he needs to get more random. Oh yeah, there's some amazing guitar playing, too. If this sounds like fun to you, you are not normal and you will enjoy watching this. I totally recommend it! There are 88 customer reviews and 91 customer ratings.

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