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Virginia Venit (Character)
from Happy Gilmore (1996)

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Happy Gilmore -- A rejected hockey player puts his skills to the golf course to save his grandmother's house.

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Feature:
  1. Happy Gilmore (1996) Played by Julie Bowen
    ... aka "Adam Sandler's Happy Gilmore" - USA (video title)
    ... aka "Progolfer Gil" - Japan (English title) (video title)

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From Happy Gilmore (1996)
[in slow motion, Happy hits a ball a great distance. Soon after, the ball bounces on a green and rolls into a hole. The crowd goes wild]
Happy Gilmore: [shouts] He shoots, he scores!
[Happy turns to Chubbs]
Happy Gilmore: Oh, man. That was so much easier than putting. I should just try to get the ball in one shot every time.
Chubbs: Good plan.
[Chubbs chuckles as he pats Happy with his wooden hand. The two of them walk away]
Virginia: [to Shooter] Did you see that?
Shooter McGavin: Yes. Nice shot.
Virginia: He just got a Hole-in-One on a *par four*!
Shooter McGavin: I know. I just said I saw it.
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