PG-13 | | Comedy
On the verge of turning 40, an unhappy Manhattan yuppie is roped into joining his two friends on a cattle drive in the southwest.
According to Billy Crystal, he recalled on the first day's shooting with Jack Palance as being particularly intimidating. Palance had gotten into it with director Ron Underwood. When Crystal later asked Palance as to why there was an argument, Palance said that it was first day jitters on set.
Whose idea was this anyway?
As Mitch walks up on Jeff and T.R. as they are harassing Bonnie, Jeff is standing with his right side to Mitch. When they switch cameras, Jeff has moved so his back it to Mitch.
The opening credits show a cartoon of a cowboy practicing with a lasso
AMC version makes two changes in the scene where Mitch talks to his son's class; Sal's story is removed entirely, and the scene begins with the kids cheering, and Sal's "masturbation" hand gesture during Mitch's speech is replaced with an alternate take where Sal instead makes the "Whoopee!" gesture with his index finger.
$13,032,121 9 June 1991