R | | Comedy
A snobbish investor and a wily street con artist find their positions reversed as part of a bet by two callous millionaires.
The Executive Producer appears as the first man to greet Winthorpe at Duke & Duke. (Dan Aykroyd refers to him by his real name with the line "Morning Folsey".)
Your breakfast, sir.
After getting off the bus, there is the sound of peeing as the dog lifts its leg near Louis but there is clearly no liquid coming out. After the dog walks away his pants are still dry and there is no puddle on the ground.
Ron Taylor is credited as 'Big Black Guy' and James D. Turner as ' Even Bigger Black Guy'
When Aired on Spike TV the scene of the train speeding between Philadelphia and New York is cut as well as the scene where The Dukes and Bily Ray and Louie are walking outside of the World Trade Center. In this edited version as soon as Billy Ray and Louie go down the escalator at 30th street station in Philadelphia it cuts straight to The World Trade Center right where Louie says "Well this is it the last bastion of real pure capitalism on earth".
THE BIG WALTZ
by Lyn Murray
$7,348,200 (USA) (12 June 1983)
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