R | | Biography, Comedy, Drama
The life and career of a legendary comedian, Andy Kaufman.
The ring announcer in the movie who introduces the wrestling match between Jerry Lawler and Andy Kaufman is Lance Russell, one of the real-life promoters of the historical match, as well as the ring announcer and ringside commentator. The ringside commentator in the film is Jim Ross, who was Jerry Lawler'... ...
Hello. I am Andy and I would like to thank you for coming to my movie. I wish it was *better*, you know, but... it is so stupid! It's terrible! I do not even like it. All of the most important things in my life are changed around and mixed up for ...
At the end, the MPAA certificate number is listed as 369,916, which has one digit too many. At the time it should have been near 37,000.
At the beginning of the movie, Andy appears, criticizing the movie as "so stupid" and "terrible," and complains about the movie's events being changed for dramatic purposes. He then says that he has "cut out all the baloney," making the movie "much shorter. In fact, this is the end of the movie." To get the audience to leave, he cues up a record, and the end credits begin to roll, through the cast list, stunt performers, unit production manager, first assistant director, and second assistant director.
$7,515,585 (USA) (26 December 1999)
$34,580,635 (USA) (20 February 2000)
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