PG-13 | | Comedy, Crime
A chauffeur kidnaps his rich boss's dog to hold it for ransom, but when she accidentally gets the dog back, she thinks that it's the chauffeur who's been kidnapped.
Original titles included "Foolproof", "Pittsburgh" (the film's location) and "Ballbuster" (a reference to the character played by Elaine Stritch).
Your daddy didn't say, "If you work for Ms. Crock, you'll get ahead." He said if you work for Ms. Crock, you'll get head!
When Willard and Rusty are being shot at by Grover in the police car, he shoots bullet holes in the hood, then the holes go away and he shoots new ones in again in a different shot.
$3,342,085 (USA) (14 May 2000)
$7,027,345 (USA) (8 June 2000)
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