PG | | Adventure, Comedy, Family
A group of young misfits who call themselves The Goonies discover an ancient map and set out on a quest to find a legendary pirate's long-lost treasure.
The MAD Magazines that Mikey looks through at his house are #208 July 1979, #124 January 1969 and #254 December 1984. (This issue appears in the Stop-N-Snack Scene eventually cut from the film.) MAD Magazine made a parody out of this movie in late 1985.
Lunchtime! The longer you animals bark, the colder your lunch gets. Come on, move it out. You too, down there! Hey, turkey!
Troy reads "Guns & Ammo" on the toilet. At first, the headline reads, "The 2nd Amendment Means What it Says." Seconds later, it reads "40 Years of Weatherby Rifles."
There are two more deleted scenes. One is a second stop at the snack shack (drug store), and the second is the Goonies Oath. The Goonies Oath is after the group finds themselves in the wishing well, immediately after Andy says "I'm not a Goonie." She is sworn in, and then sends Troy's jacket up on the bucket. Footage of this so far hasn't been show on TV nor in any DVD version, but pictures of this scene are printed in "The Goonies - Official Souvenir Magazine."
English, Spanish, Cantonese, Italian
$9,105,913 (USA) (9 June 1985)