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Dutch Treat (1987)

R | | Comedy | January 1987 (USA)
Two American friends travel all over Europe and end up meeting an all female Rock Band from Holland and they pass themselves as record company executives. Both men return to the states and ... See full summary »

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Two American friends travel all over Europe and end up meeting an all female Rock Band from Holland and they pass themselves as record company executives. Both men return to the states and the band soon approaches them about signing to their record company and they soon start booking them gigs and getting them exposure but have to avoid getting caught and not reveal their true selves. Written by Robert

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"It's guys like you that make my life miserable".
10 September 2011 | by (the Mad Hatter's tea party.) – See all my reviews

Not entirely memorable, but this low-budget Cannon produced bubblegum slapstick 80s comedy was a mildly amusing treat. Two bumbling American friends Norm and Gerry end up in Holland, Amsterdam and they come across an all female rock group called the "Dolly Dots". Being rather impressed with them they tell them they are record company suites for Capitol records. Where they would offer them a deal, if they ever came to the US. Not thinking that would ever happen, the girls actually do turn up in L.A to take up that offer and now the guys are trying their best to make that happen despite their awkward predicament of not even working for the company. Lorin Dreyfuss and David Landsberg form a riotous pairing (one obnoxious the other frigid) with their constant bickering and comedy of errors to keep their little white lie going by staying one step ahead. I found the more entertaining aspects to be in the first half when it sets up in Amsterdam, than say when it hits L.A. Still fruity, but not as humorous. Adventures, banter and mishaps are strung together in this loose, but energy-filled narrative. Angela Groothuizen, Ria Brieffies, Patty Zomer, Esther Oosterbeek and Angela Kramers are lively as themselves the "Dolly Dots". Ronnie Schell is good fun as the clueless Capitol Record owner and Greta Blackburn makes a quick appearance. But the real star is the boom-microphone, as it does appear a lot and even steal some scenes. The trendy 80s tunes come thick and fast. It's ridiculous, pointless, boundless but harmless enjoyment.

"If you let me down. I'll break off both of your legs and shove them up your partner's ass".


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