After a tied 1st place in a local stunt race, two drivers start a contest to decide who of them will own the prize, a dune buggy. But when a mobster destroys the car, they are determined to get it back.
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Kid and Ben tie in a race to win a red dune buggy with a yellow top. During Kid and Ben's hotdog and beer contest, to see who will keep the the dune buggy, a local mob demolishes it! Kid and Ben want revenge... and the replacement of their dune buggy! Written by
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Ben's auto shop is west of Puente de Toledo ("Bridge of Toledo"), north of the Manzanares river in Madrid at approximately 40°24'3"N 3°43'0"W. The area has been developed so the building and the amusement park no longer exist. See more »
At least in the German version, the conductor at the opera in the end says: "I'm leaving Italy" - it is obvious that the movie is not set in Italy but in Spain instead. See more »
What're you gonna do? You gonna get mad?
We're already mad
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Terence Hill and Bud Spencer star in this exciting comedy,in which the mob destroys their newly won car.And then...they get mad.So there's the plot.The script isn't especially good,it's rather simple,but the inherent innocence provides more laughs than,say,"American Pie".You will be swept into this... "universe" the moment you'll hear the title song.This film strangely works.Somehow,you won't care about the plot holes or about the non-existing script.Bud Spencer and Terence Hill are very convincing and that's because they aren't acting.They appear in the film as themselves!The only thing that changes for these two friends are their names(Ben and Kid).Ben hates Kid,because he always manages to get him into trouble.Kid doesn't hate Ben,he just likes to tease him,that's all.In fact,these men are part of each other.They resemble the dual personality that everyone has.Terence,the handsome,cool-tempered,angel-like man,is actually the exact opposite of Bud,the fat,ill-tempered devil.Looks can be deceiving though.Terence is the one who gets the peaceful Bud in this mess.Bud is seen as the gentle giant in his film,the naive powerhouse,while Terence resembles the seductive,intelligent little nuisance.The fight scenes are spectacular,the humor fails only with the American audiences(who inexplicably loved "They call me Trinity")and there are many things going on(love story,chases,rallies)to keep you interested.In Italy,this is their favorite Bud&Terence movie!
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