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Selfish yuppie Charlie Babbitt's father left a fortune to his savant brother Raymond and a pittance to Charlie; they travel cross-country.
The elderly man in the waiting room who talks on and on about the Pony Express is Byron P. Cavnar, an 89-year-old local who was in the waiting room when the crew arrived to film there. He got to talking on his favorite subject, the Pony Express, and director Barry Levinson got ... ...
Now it's five and a half weeks and I'm still sitting on four Lamborghinis that can't meet spot emissions standards. Now, how many times you wash out with EPA?
Lenny: Uh, yes sir, they're finally, uh, clearing EPA; uh, just one or two more days.
Charlie: Three times...
While watching Charlie play blackjack, one of the casino security officers says that "no one can count through a six deck shoe". In fact, this is quite possible for someone with just basic math skills to do using the "hi-lo" counting method. A security officer of any major casino should know this.
Throughout the movie, Raymond is taking pictures. The pictures that he takes are shown as the background for the credits.
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