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It's the snobs against the slobs! From the brilliant comic minds of director/writer Harold Ramis (Ghostbusters, Groundhog Day, Analyze This), writer Brian Doyle-Murray (Groundhog Day, Wayne's World) and superstar funnymen Chevy Chase (Vacation movies, Fletch), Rodney Dangerfield (Back to School) and Bill Murray (Ghostbusters, Groundhog Day, Stripes) comes the hilarious cult hit Caddyshack. While caddying at a snooty country club, ambitious young Danny (Michael O'Keefe) goes for a college scholarship. But first he has to impress elitist Judge Smails (Ted Knight - Mary Tyler Moore, Too Close for Comfort) and win the big golf tournament. Meanwhile, a crude construction tycoon goes to extremes to be accepted into the exclusive club, and a psychotic groundskeeper stalks a rampaging gopher. It all adds up to one of the greatest sports movies of all time and a highly quotable, unforgettably classic comedy.
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Critics Consensus: Though unabashedly crude and juvenile, Caddyshack nevertheless scores with its classic slapstick, unforgettable characters, and endlessly quotable dialogue.
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Common Sense Says
Classic '80s comedy; not for kids.
What Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that this film requires a mature viewer. Younger audiences will not understand some of the sexual references. Most are blatant, including graphic sex scenes and female nudity. Many characters use profane language. The film features several offensive jokes, one that targets African-Americans and others that use derogatory names for women. Although young teens will enjoy the "edginess" of the film, much of the humor may go over their heads.
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- Release Date:July 25, 1980
- Highest Available for Purchase:HD