PG | | Action, Comedy
A trucker turned prize fighter, his brother and their pet orangutan have a series of misadventures involving the mob, corrupt cops, motorcycle gangs and pretty dames.
The movie and its predecessor Every Which Way But Loose (1978) used the catchy "Clint and Clyde" first-name alliteration of its two main stars in its promotions and marketing. In true Hollywood style, Eastwood here received top first billing as he was the bigger star whilst the ... ...
You play a hell of a game of squash.
Jack Wilson: So do you. I believe that makes us even.
Philo Beddoe: I believe it does. Find out what you want to know?
Jack Wilson: Yeah, I did.
Jack Wilson: You're fast and you like pain. You eat it like candy. I've seen a few cases like that in my time. The more ...
When Clyde is "scrapping" Patrick Scarf's Cadillac, we see him just tapping the roof of the car, but in the shot from inside the car, the whole front of the roof of the car being caved in. In the next shot we see Clyde just tapping on the roof again, while the roof is back to its original shape.
$8,024,663 (USA) (21 December 1980)
$70,687,344 (USA) (30 June 2012)
See what the IMDb editors are excited to watch in October, check out our guide to Fall TV, video games, and more.