A series of short sketches, most of which parody late-night television and the low-budget movies one often finds there. Other skits include a man being attacked by his apartment, a funeral hosted by classic comedians, and a teen-age boy's big night turning into a nightmare. Written by
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Universal, the studio that brought you such classic motion pictures as "All Quiet on the Western Front," "E.T.," and "Out of Africa," is proud to present..."Amazon Women on the Moon."
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Did You Know?
This movie's major segment, "Amazon Women on the Moon", was shown piecemeal-fashion, in edited sections throughout the film, unlike with The Kentucky Fried Movie
(1977), whose major segment, "A Fistful of Yen", was shown in one continuous run within the movie. See more
Arsenio's shredded tie changes between shots. Obviously 2 differently shredded ties were used. See more
What's this, an audience or a funeral? Now, pay attention, please. But I'm a little nervous because Harvey was a personal friend of mine, and there's not a person in this room that Harvey Pitnik did not touch. I must say, he touched me for 40 bucks and Steve for 20.
At the very end of the credits, you see an advertisement: "When in Hollywood Visit Universal Studios". Then it says "(Ask for Babs)". This is a reference to the character from Animal House, and the same advertisement appears at the end of that movie. See more
References Animal House
Chim Chim Cher-ee
Written by Robert B. Sherman
and Richard M. Sherman
Performed by David Alan Grier See more