R | | Comedy
When an attorney meets the girl of his dreams, he fears that his batty mother will scare her off, so he schemes to eliminate the senile old woman.
The first American film to use the word "c***sucker".
Please sit down. My name is Mr. Hocheiser.
Second Job Applicant: Uh Oh! Not a chance. I'm not going back there.
Gordon Hocheiser: Back where?
Second Job Applicant: To that crazy mother of yours.
Gordon Hocheiser: She's no trouble now.
Second Job Applicant: Is she dead?
Gordon Hocheiser: No
Second Job Applicant: Then forget it.
Bill Adams and Vic Ramos are listed in the opening credits, which had no character names, but are not in the end credits, which listed the character names. On the other hand, Fuddles was not in the opening credits but listed last in the end credits.
The original title was "Where's Poppa?" and featured the "here's poppa" ending. In 1975 United Artists engaged a marketing consultant to re-title and re-release some of their films that had been well-received critically but not commercially. Among them were "Where's Poppa?"/"Going Ape," "Quemada"/"Burn"/"The Mercenary," and "Duck, You Sucker"/"A Fistful of Dynamite."
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