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  1. The Blues Brothers war eine Rhythm-and-Blues-Band, die von den zwei Schauspielern und Komikern John Belushi und Dan Aykroyd geleitet wurde. Belushi und Aykroyd waren beide Mitglieder der Originalbesetzung der NBC-Show Saturday Night Live. Als „Blues Brothers“ traten sie dort erstmals 1977 auf. Sie hatten mit ihrem Konzept so viel Erfolg und Spaß, dass sie auch außerhalb dieser Sendung auftraten und den gleichnamigen Film drehten. Dieser erreichte später Kultstatus und ...

    • 1982
    • Elwood Blues (Dan Aykroyd)
    • 1978
    • „Joliet“ Jake Blues (John Belushi) († 1982)
  2. The Blues Brothers are an American blues and soul revivalist band founded in 1978 by comedians Dan Aykroyd and John Belushi as part of a musical sketch on Saturday Night Live. Belushi and Aykroyd fronted the band, in character, respectively, as lead vocalist 'Joliet' Jake Blues and harmonica player/vocalist Elwood Blues, donning black suits with matching fedoras and sunglasses. The band was composed of well-known musicians, and debuted as the musical guest in a 1978 episode of ...

    • 1978–1982
    • Atlantic
    • Handlung
    • Hintergrund
    • Soundtrack
    • Dvd- und Blu-Ray-Fassungen
    • Synchronisation
    • Kritiken
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    • Weblinks
    • Einzelnachweise

    Jake Blues, gerade aus dem Staatsgefängnis von Joliet entlassen, wird von seinem Bruder Elwood in einem ausgemusterten 1974er Dodge Monaco der Mount Prospect Police, dem sogenannten Bluesmobil, abgeholt. Wie von Jake versprochen, besuchen sie das Waisenhaus, in dem sie aufgewachsen sind. Die Mutter Oberin klagt ihnen ihr Leid, sie müsse 5000 Dollar...

    Bereits lange vor den Arbeiten zum Drehbuch verfasste John Belushis Frau Judy Jacklin ein Taschenbuch mit dem Titel Blues Brothers Private. Darin wird die Vorgeschichte der beiden Brüder sowie die Entstehung der Band im Detail erklärt. Das Buch endet mit der Verhaftung von Jake Blues. Eine Kurzfassung der Vorgeschichte zum Film findet man im Bookle...

    She Caught the Katy – Taj Mahal, Yank Rachell
    Peter Gun Theme – Henry Mancini
    Gimme Some Lovin‘ – Steve Winwood, Muff Winwood, Spencer Davis
    Shake a Tail Feather– Otha Hayes, Andre Williams, Verlie Rice

    In der DVD-Langfassung des Films sind einige zusätzliche Szenen zu sehen. Zum Beispiel erfährt man hier, warum das Bluesmobilemagische Kräfte besitzt (es parkt nachts in einem Transformatorraum – diese Erklärung fehlt in der Kinofassung). Zudem sieht man Elwood bei seiner Arbeit in einer Fabrik, die Industriekleber in Sprühdosen herstellt.Außerdem ...

    Der Film wurde bei der Berliner Synchron nach einem Dialogbuch und unter der Dialogregie von Arne Elsholtzvertont.

    Der Film erhielt überwiegend positive Kritiken und erreichte bei Rotten Tomatoes auf der Basis von 52 Kritiken eine Bewertung von 87 % und auf Metacriticeinen Score von 60 bei 12 Kritiken. In der amtlichen Zeitung des Heiligen Stuhls, L’Osservatore Romano,wurde der Film 2010 als „katholischer Klassiker“ bezeichnet.

    Für den Schnitt der Toneffekte wurde der Film 1981 mit dem „Golden Reel Award“ der Motion Picture Sound Editors ausgezeichnet. 2020 wurde Blues Brothers in das National Film Registryaufgenommen.

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    ↑ Freigabebescheinigung für Blues Brothers. Freiwillige Selbstkontrolle der Filmwirtschaft, November 2009 (PDF; Prüf­nummer: 51 797 V).
    ↑ imdb: The Blues Brothers - Release Info
    The Blues Brothers – Handlung (Memento vom 6. März 2014 im Internet Archive) auf bluesbrothers.ma12.de, abgerufen am 1. März 2014.
    ↑ Judith Victoria Jacklin: Blues Brothers: Private. (= A Perigree book). Putnam, New York 1980, ISBN 0-399-50476-1.
    • Blues Brothers
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    Blues vocalist and petty criminal Jake Blues is released from prison after serving three years, and is picked up by his brother Elwood in his Bluesmobile, a battered former police car. Elwood demonstrates its capabilities by jumping an open drawbridge. The brothers visit the Catholic orphanage where they were raised, and learn from Sister Mary Stig...

    Origins

    The characters Jake and Elwood Blues were created by Belushi and Aykroyd in performances on Saturday Night Live. The name "The Blues Brothers" was the idea of Howard Shore. The fictional backstory and character sketches of blood brothers Jake and Elwood were developed by Aykroyd in collaboration with Ron Gwynne, who is credited as a story consultant for the film. As related in the liner notes of the band's debut album, Briefcase Full of Blues, the brothers grew up in an orphanage, learned the...

    Casting

    At Aykroyd's demand, soul and R&B stars James Brown, Cab Calloway, Ray Charles and Aretha Franklin were cast in speaking parts to support musical numbers built around them. This later caused friction in the production between Landis and Universal, as its costs far exceeded the original budget. Since none of them except Charles had any hits in recent years, the studio wanted the director to replace them with—or add performances by—younger acts, such as Rose Royce, whose "Car Wash" had made the...

    Filming

    Principal photographybegan in July 1979, with the film's budget still not settled. For the first month, things ran smoothly on and off the set. When Weiss saw the supposedly final $17.5 million budget, he reportedly joked, "I think we've spent that much already." In the next month, the production began falling behind schedule. Much of the delay was due to Belushi's partying and carousing. When not on the set, he went out to his familiar Chicago haunts such as Wrigley Field and the Old Town Al...

    Box office

    The Blues Brothers opened on June 20, 1980, with a release in 594 theaters. It took in $4,858,152, ranking second for that week (after The Empire Strikes Back). The film in total grossed $57,229,890 domestically and $58,000,000 in foreign box office for a total of $115,229,890. It ranked 10th at the domestic box office for the year. By genre, it is the ninth-highest-grossing musical and the 10th-highest earner among comedy road movies. It ranks second, between Wayne's World and Wayne's World...

    Critical reception

    The Blues Brothers received mostly positive reviews from critics. On Rotten Tomatoes, the film has a 73% "Certified Fresh" rating, based on 90 reviews, with an average rating of 7.60/10. The site's critical consensus reads: "Too over the top for its own good, but ultimately rescued by the cast's charm, director John Landis' grace, and several soul-stirring musical numbers." It won the Golden Reel Award for Best Sound Editing and Sound Effects, is 14th on Total Film magazine's "List of the 50...

    Cult-film status

    The Blues Brothers has become a staple of late-night cinema, even slowly morphing into an audience-participation show in its regular screenings at the Valhalla Cinema, in Melbourne, Australia. John Landis acknowledged the support of the cinema and the fans by a phone call he made to the cinema at the 10th anniversary screening, and later invited regular attendees to make cameo appearances in Blues Brothers 2000. The fans act as the members of the crowd during the performance of "Ghost Riders...

    Home media

    When The Blues Brothers was first screened for a preview audience, a producer demanded that director Landis cut 25 minutes from the film. After trimming 15 minutes, it was released in theaters at 132 minutes. The film was first released on VHS and Betamax by MCA Videocassette Inc. in 1983; a Laserdisc from MCA Videodisc was released in the same year. It was then re-released on VHS, Laserdisc, and Betamax in 1985 from MCA Home Video, and again in 1990 from MCA/Universal Home Video. It was also...

    The Blues Brothers: Original Soundtrack Recording (later re-released as The Blues Brothers: Music from the Soundtrack) is the second album by the Blues Brothers Band. Released on June 20, 1980, the album was a followup to their debut live album, Briefcase Full of Blues. The band toured the same year to promote the film, later releasing a second liv...

    The film's score includes "God Music" (instrumental with choir vocalese) composed by Elmer Bernstein, who previously had worked with John Landis on National Lampoon's Animal House. Other songs in the film include:

    The 1998 sequel, Blues Brothers 2000, had similar traits to the original, including large car-chase scenes and musical numbers. Landis returned to direct the film and Aykroyd reprised his role, joining John Goodman, Joe Morton, and 10-year-old J. Evan Bonifant as the new Blues Brothers. Franklin and Brown were among the celebrities returning from t...

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    • $115.2 million
    • June 20, 1980
  3. 20.06.1980 · The Blues Brothers: Directed by John Landis. With Tom Erhart, Gerald Walling, John Belushi, Walter Levine. Jake Blues rejoins with his brother Elwood after being released from prison, but the duo has just days to reunite their old R&B band and save the Catholic home where the two were raised, outrunning the police as they tear through Chicago.

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