You Must Be Joking! (1986 film)
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|You Must Be Joking!|
|Directed by||Elmo De Witt|
|Produced by||Elmo De Witt|
|Written by||Leon Schuster|
|Narrated by||David Blood|
|Music by||Johan Van Rensburg|
|Edited by||Gerrie Van Wyk|
|Distributed by||Elmo De Witt Films|
|Language||South African English|
In a series of short skits, Leon Schuster uses candid camera and several disguises to stitch up the general public of South Africa. Such sketches include:
- The watermelon pulse test, where Leon shows that a watermelon is only ripe when it does not have a heartbeat, much to the confusion of the seller.
- Cooking on the bonnet of a car, while upsetting the traffic police.
- Supposedly killing a cow in a butcher's shop.
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