PG-13 | | Comedy
Ron Burgundy is San Diego's top-rated newsman in the male-dominated broadcasting of the 1970s, but that's all about to change for Ron and his cronies when an ambitious woman is hired as a new anchor.
In the night club, Ron plays jazz flute in the style of Ian Anderson, lead singer and flautist of Jethro Tull. Ron blurts out "Hey Aqualung!" at the end of the song, a lyric from the Tull song "Aqualung", the title track of their 1971 album. In addition, the riff that he ... ...
There was a time, a time before cable. When the local anchorman reigned supreme. When people believed everything they heard on TV. This was an age when only men were allowed to read the news. And in San Diego, one anchorman was more man then the ...
When Ron is talking to his dog and eating his burrito in his car, cars are visible behind him, but in the wide shot there are no cars anywhere.
There is one more scene after the end credits roll with the Anchor Team walking as Ron talk about where they will be years from now.
English, French, Spanish
$28,416,365 (USA) (11 July 2004)
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