R | | Comedy, Crime
Set up and wrongfully accused, two best friends will be sent to prison for a crime they didn't commit. However, no prison cell could keep them locked in.
The movie traded on Gene Wilder's western-comedy screen persona from Blazing Saddles (1974). It did this by making Wilder a hero at riding a rodeo mechanical bull, even labelling Wilder at one point, an "urban cowboy". This was not the first movie to connect with Wilder's western ... ...
Now every bull has a secret word that makes him crazy, and sends him into his craziest ride, Your job is to figure out that word.
Harry Monroe: Bull... uh... let's see. Uh... rumplestiltskin. Uh... malt liquor... come on bull.
Harry Monroe: Come on, bull. Uh... woof, woof! Uh....
When Grossburger knocks out Jack Graham, as Skip is making his escape, his hat and sunglasses both come off, but in the next shot his sunglasses are back on, but his hat is nowhere to be seen.
$8,691,886 (USA) (14 December 1980)
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