PG | | Comedy
In his E! True Hollywood Story (1996) bio, Scott Schwartz says that the hardest part of making this movie was working with Jackie Gleason. Because Schwartz was trained to memorize his lines, he would always get thrown off by Gleason's improvisations, resulting in his getting yelled at repeatedly by Gleason.
Eric bought a black man.
Fancy Bates: I wasn't aware that we sold them.
The boxing robot does not hit Jack in the groin. It actually hits Jack on the outside of his left hip.
The closing credits are shown aside four toy darts.
$6,322,804 (USA) (12 December 1982)
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