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Hamburger: The Motion Picture (1986)

 -  Comedy  -  January 1986 (USA)
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Russell has been expelled from several schools for lewd, crude and nude conduct. Busterburger University is his last chance at education and satisfying his disappointed parents.

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Cast overview, first billed only:
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Russell
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Drootin
Randi Brooks ...
Mrs. Vunk
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Dr. Mole
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Nacio Herb Zipser
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Lyman Vunk
Debra Blee ...
Mia Vunk
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Fred Domino
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Prestopopnick (as John Young)
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Magneto Jones
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Sister Sara
Maria Richwine ...
Conchita
Karen Mayo-Chandler ...
Dr. Gotbottom
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Russell's Parent (as Bob Hogan)
Lillian Garrett ...
Russell's Parent
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Russell has been expelled from several schools for lewd, crude and nude conduct. Busterburger University is his last chance at education and satisfying his disappointed parents. Written by Ryan Keberly <rkeberl@cms.cc.wayne.edu>

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Get a college degree with everything on it. See more »

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[Explaining how much formula has been given to Zipser]
Dr. Mole: That is the equivalent of 3 tons of my new synthetic chicken.
Lyman Vunk: 3 TONS?
Dr. Mole: Yes... that would be as if he had a bucket of chicken, every day, for 500 years.
Lyman Vunk: Is there any chance of brain damage?
Zipser: Cluck... Cluck.
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Burgerlujah
Produced and Arranged by John Baer
Lyrics by John Baer and Robbie Baer
Copyright © MCMLXXXV The Busterburger Limited Partnership
All Rights Reserved
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Major screw up get one last chance from his parents at Hamburger U.
24 July 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

However unintentional, this is one of the greatest bad 80's movies ever. It is also one of the most quotable, as my friends and I quote this quite often. "Put those cookies back, M*****f****r!", and of course "We reserve the right to refuse service to a******s like you".

The lines just don't stop in this film. I cannot think of an 80's movie I quote more than this one. They probably thought they were just making another 80's teen T&A flick. However, it turned out to be so much more than that. This is a classic not to be missed by anyone with a twisted sense of humor. I believe this film to be grossly under rated for the classic 80's comedy it is. It blows many other films considered classic in the genre out of the water.


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