The life of a young man about town suddenly reaches a turning point. Before this he led a life of debauchery. He will get 10 million dollars as an inheritance if his life has undergone a complete change within a year. It is a hard question: be rich and boring all day or be depraved and amusing... Written by
Kornel Osvart <email@example.com>
No gambling! No booze! No smoking! No pizza! But lots of RESPECT!! [Australia Theatrical]
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Did You Know?
The name of the song that Monty Capuletti (Rodney Dangerfield
) sang at his daughter's wedding was the traditional Italian tune of "Funiculi, Funicula" by Luigi Denza
and Peppino Turco
with the latter billed as G. Turco (as with his birth name of Giuseppe Turco). See more
In the beginning of the film when Monty is in the wedding dress he's smoking a cigarette. The cigarette alternates from being in his hand & mouth. When he reaches up to remove the veil the cigarette is in his hand. Yet in the next cut the cigarette is in his mouth. See more
[Nicky and Monty while browsing in Monahan's Antique shop
Hey. what do they got in here? Antiques?
[seeing a quite elderly patron
No, those are the customers.
Referenced in Lost in America
by Peppino Turco
(as G. Turco) and Luigi Denza
Performed by Rodney Dangerfield See more