PG-13 | | Comedy
A filthy rich businessman bets a corporate rival that he can live on the streets of L.A. without the comforts of home or money, which proves to be tougher than he thought.
According to Hal Hinson's review published on 27th July 1991 in 'The Washington Post', "In writing their story, [Mel] Brooks, Rudy De Luca and Steve Haberman have borrowed liberally from "The Prince and the Pauper," plus movies like Sullivan's Travels (1941) and "My Man Godfrey".
They force me to live in the crap, and now they're taking the crap away? No!
$1,920,215 28 July 1991