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Lotney 'Sloth' Fratelli (Character)
from The Goonies (1985)

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Sloth is the first child of Mama Fratelli.He didn't... See more »
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  1. "Muchachada nui"
        - Episode #3.1 (2009) TV episode, Played by Robin Silva (as Sloth)
  2. "Robot Chicken"
        - I'm Trapped (2008) TV episode, Played by Dan Milano (as Sloth)

  3. The Goonies (1985) Played by John Matuszak (as Sloth)

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From The Goonies (1985)
Chunk: Hello, Sheriff's Office? I'd like to report a murder!
Sheriff: Hold on, hold on a minute. Is that you again, Lawrence?
Chunk: Listen, Sheriff, I know I've jerked you around before, but this is for real now. I'm in the Fratellis' basement, with this guy...
Sloth: Rocky Road? Heh Heh!
Sheriff: Yeah, like that time you told me about the fifty Iranian terrorists who took over all the Sizzler steakhouses in the city?
Chunk: Sloth, get back here! Sloth!
Sheriff: Just like that last prank about all those little creatures that multiply when you throw water on them?
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