PG-13 | | Comedy
Years before work on this film began, Christopher Guest wrote down the words "catalog people" on a piece of paper. That simple idea eventually became Parker Posey and Michael Hitchcock's characters in this film.
Do you appreciate the amount of work that went into this?
Scott Donlan: I ought to, I did it myself. I did it, I did it myself. I bored him to death, talked about it non stop.
Stefan Vanderhoof: Well that is six months, six months working with leather and red thread. How much fun ...
When Cookie runs into Malcolm at the pre-show cocktail party, after Malcolm says "Louisville" it then cuts to an over-the-shoulder shot of Cookie. Malcolm then says "The Mint Julep...you were working as a waitress there", but his mouth doesn't move.
Lord Haden-Guest...Sitar (Lord Haden-Guest is Christopher Guest)
$413,436 (USA) (1 October 2000)
$18,621,249 (USA) (29 April 2001)
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