January 23, 2013 3:29 PM | By Daniel Bettridge
10 most outrageous comedies ever made

We look back on some movies that have tickled ribs and raised a few eyebrows along the way.



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Movie 43 lands in the multiplex this week. The ensemble gross-out features a smorgasbord of stars including the likes of Hugh Jackman, Emma Stone, Uma Thurman, Johnny Knoxville and Elizabeth Banks. It also, according to the poster, promises to be the most outrageous comedy ever made.

It’s a bold claim, especially considering some of the controversial comedies that have gone before it. So in honour of Movie 43’s release we thought we’d look back on some of cinema’s most outrageous comedies, provocative pictures that have tickled ribs and raised a few eyebrows along the way.

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