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  • Actors: Scott Colomby, Rodney Dangerfield, Holcomb Sarah, Chevy Chase, Brian Doyle-murray
  • Directors: Harold Ramis
  • Writers: Brian Doyle-murray, Harold Ramis, Douglas Kenney
  • Format: NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: French
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Canadian Home Video Rating : Ages 14 and over
  • Studio: Warner Bros. Home Video
  • Release Date: May 5 2009
  • Run Time: 99 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars 145 customer reviews
  • ASIN: B00288B0HY
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #32,128 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)
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Caddyshack: 20th Anniversary Edition

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A no-brainer that has become a low-brow classic, this 1980 comedy makes anarchy the rule of the day, unleashing the antics of Bill Murray, Rodney Dangerfield, Ted Knight, and Chevy Chase. Caddyshack is about the scheme of a vulgar land developer (Dangerfield) who wants to build condominiums on the site of a ritzy country club. Director Harold Ramis (who later reunited with Murray to make Groundhog Day) is content to let the comedy follow a variety of wacky detours, most notably Murray's maniacal war with a gopher that has been digging up the golf course. Dangerfield ultimately steals the show, firing off a battery of one-liners, insults, and tasteless gags. Caddyshack is the kind of movie some people have been known to watch several times a year, reciting every line of dialogue like the followers of a bizarre comedic ritual. --Jeff Shannon --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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I have to remember NEVER to go back and watch, as an adult, those movies I loved when I was a kid. Despite my unnaturally fond memories, I must now confess that I find CADDYSHACK to be so poorly and crassly realized that it has caused me to regret my childhood.
What good can be said of this idiotfest? It's got a cute gopher (who is hardly in the movie), a great Rodney Dangerfield (likewise wasted, except for his wonderous opening scene), and an almost funny Bill Murray (at least he's trying).
All else is abominable. Ted Knight, a great and undervalued comedian, is left painfully stranded (after this, "Too Close for Comfort" was a major step up). The whole, poorly acted, half baked (and unresolved) teenager subplot makes MEATBALLS seem profound by comparison. It even fails as a sex comedy. And do we really need a seduction scene with Chevy chase and massage oil? How masochistic did the producers think their audience was in 1980?
As for the the ludicrous, accompanying dvd "documentary": is it just me, or are Harold Ramis and Chevy Chase competing for the most self-satisfied, smug position in Hollywood's washed up hills? They're every bit as unwatchable as their slug of a movie.
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Sporting superb comedic talent and the best darned sight gag in all of cinema, CADDYSHACK is roll-on-the-floor funny. Watching this classic is an event: it's an ice-down-the-beer-and-invite-your-buddies-over celebration.
Forget the plot; simply sit back and let director Harold Ramis take you on a 90-minute knee-slapping ride. Chevy Chase, Ted Knight, and Bill Murray are exceptional, but crude and rude Rodney Dangerfield most effectively captains the CADDYSHACK boat. But let's give kudos to ALL of the characters--this was a great cast, from top to bottom. Two of my favorite minor characters included Spaulding (John F. Barmon Jr.), the whiny, nose-picking nephew of Judge Smails; and "The Bishop" (Henry Wilcoxen), who has quite the ontological ephiphany during a robust round of golf.
CADDYSHACK has it all: the "snobs vs. slobs," beer, booze, crude pranks, one-liners, pratfalls, adolescent humor, great Kenny Loggins music--even a wacky gopher. Oh, and did I mention golf? Think I'll cancel today's round and call up some buddies.
--D. Mikels
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"Caddyshack" has to be among the top ten funniest films of all time for a number of reasons. #1) The supporting cast. Although not overtly funny, both Chevy Chase and Ted Knight play straight men to two funny comedians: Chase's character to Bill Murray's wacky, doped-out greenskeeper character. An example here is during the scene when Chase is visiting Murray's residential quarters, and Murray offers Chase a place to sit and relax, and Chase says: "No thanks, I don't want to stick to anything". Knight and Rodney "I get no respect" Dangerfield have some classic exchanges throughout the movie as well. You'll have to hear them for yourself. #2) Dangerfield is a class act all by himself in "Caddyshack". With comical lines like "Last time I saw a mouth like that, it had a hook in it", "Now I know why tigers eat their young", "Hey toots, how'd you like to earn ten dollars the hard way" and many others, it's easy to see why Dangerfield became a mega-superstar soon after "Caddyshack" was released. #3) There's also the Baby Ruth bar in the swimming pool bit, which is a must see. If you ask me, the Rodney Dangerfield barbs are alone worth the price of this classic film. Kenny Loggins' smash hit "I'm Alright" is a perfect mini-soundtrack for the movie. As an added bonus, there is a trailer before the movie. You'll hear from the stars themselves talk about the making of "Caddyshack" as well as personal moments and their memories in making this comedy masterpiece. This movie shows no sign of wear and tear, and doesn't appear to be dated, even after a little more than twenty years! Since "Caddyshack-19th Anniversary Edition" is a rare collector's item, you may want to purchase it before it's a part of history!
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Y'know, I get rather disgusted when I read reviews of movies like Caddyshack which describe it as "no-brainer" and "low-brow" (see the Amazon.com review, for example). The fact is that many so-called critics really don't have a clue when it comes to comedy movies of this type. Disrespect and irreverence for the establishment has been a staple of comedy movies for years. Are the only good comedies the light-hearted drivel that the likes of Grant and Hepburn made in the 30's? Of course not!
Caddyshack features fine performances from Bill Murray, Rodney Dangerfield, Chevy Chase, Ted Knight, and of course, the gopher. This motion picture is replete with sight gags and one-liners that to this day are repeated by afficianados of clever satire.
You don't have to be a lowbrow to like this movie, and just because you think it's funny doesn't mean there's something wrong with you. Caddyshack and Animal House withstand the test of time as two of the funniest comedies ever made...and that stands for a lot! The next time you find someone who thinks you're a reprobate for liking this movie, get Carl the Greenskeeper to cut his hamstring...he'll never play golf again!
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