Caddyshack II

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Overview

This comedy returns to the exclusive but crazy country club golf course seen in the original Caddyshack. This time its the blue-bloods against the blue collars as a loud, vulgar self-made millionaire tries to join the stuffy upper-crust club after his daughter falls in love with the son of one of the members. Naturally, the boisterous millionaire is rejected by the genteel jerks. He retaliates by buying the golf course and turning it into an ultra-tacky amusement park. Merry mayhem ensues, but in the end, the ...
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Overview

This comedy returns to the exclusive but crazy country club golf course seen in the original Caddyshack. This time its the blue-bloods against the blue collars as a loud, vulgar self-made millionaire tries to join the stuffy upper-crust club after his daughter falls in love with the son of one of the members. Naturally, the boisterous millionaire is rejected by the genteel jerks. He retaliates by buying the golf course and turning it into an ultra-tacky amusement park. Merry mayhem ensues, but in the end, the snobs learn a valuable lesson, the millionaire gets to join, and his daughter and her lover are finally united.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 4/1/1992
  • UPC: 085391179139
  • Original Release: 1988
  • Source: Warner Home Video
  • Format: VHS

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Jackie Mason Jack Hartounian
Dyan Cannon Elizabeth Pearce
Robert Stack Chandler Young
Dina Merrill Cynthia Young
Chevy Chase Ty Webb
Dan Aykroyd Capt. Tom Everett
Randy Quaid Peter Blunt
Jessica Lundy Kate Hartounian
Jonathan Silverman Harry
Chynna Phillips Miffy Young
Brian McNamara Todd Young
Glenn Daniels
Marsha Warfield Rayette Tyler
Paul Bartel Jamison
Tony Mockus Pierpont
Pepe Serna Carlos
Bibi Osterwald Mrs. Pierpont
Don Draper Club Manager
Ted Hartley Club Member
Andre Rosey Brown Construction Worker
Carlos Cervantes Construction Worker
Dennis Bowen Construction Worker
Mark Christopher Lawrence Construction Worker
Sid Conrad Naked Man
Ben Hartigan Naked Man
Diana James Girls in Bar
Mary Stavin Girls in Bar
Frank Welker Voice Only
Technical Credits
Allan Arkush Director
Neil Canton Co-producer
Glenn Daniels Casting
Brian Doyle-Murray Screenwriter
Marty P. Ewing Asst. Director
Michael S. Glick Production Designer
Bernard Gribble Editor
Peter Guber Co-producer
James M. Halty Stunts
Joseph P. Lucky Art Director
William Matthews Production Designer
Ira Newborn Score Composer
Jon Peters Co-producer
Jeffrey Price Screenwriter
Harold Ramis Screenwriter
May Routh Costumes/Costume Designer
Peter S. Seaman Screenwriter
Dawn Snyder Set Decoration/Design
Harry Stradling Jr. Cinematographer
Peter Torokvei Screenwriter
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    2 out of 10

    The first Caddyshack was a poor film. Caddyshack II is much a poorer film. Not once during this film did I laugh. Oh well....just once. I laughed during the Peter Blunt System. That was funny. Uh....there isn't anything else good to mention. Good news, there are bad things to comment on. Lamebrained story. Blockheaded characters with the exception of Ty Webb played by Chevy Chase. It's hard to say bad things about Chevy Chase. Jackie Mason looks like a Rodney Dangerfield wanna-be and badly embarrassing at it. How did that golf ball ever made those pretty circles before getting in the hole? Magnetism? Finally, the most and the only annoying part of the film is the furball creature. I honestly don't know what species is that. Why is it ever included in the film? To slow pace the film in a torturous manner? At what points in this film were the jokes supposed to be jokes? Did anyone in the film laugh? I doubt Ty Webb did.

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