A young man and his girlfriend unwittingly come into possession of a bag containing one million dollars belonging to a drug-smuggling ring. The mobsters try to catch the couple and retrieve their money.

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Jay
Jeanne O'Brien ...
Trish
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Oscar
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'Macho' Marty Benedictine
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Maurice
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Vito
Johnny B. Frank ...
Ricky Savoy
Herta Ware ...
Grandmother Verna
Theodocia Goodrich ...
Grandmother Heidi
Eric Fleeks ...
Black Man at Laundromat
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Black Woman at Laundromat
Ben Mittleman ...
Arrogant Cop
David Dunard ...
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Larry
Hope North ...
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A young man and his girlfriend unwittingly come into possession of a bag containing one million dollars belonging to a drug-smuggling ring. The mobsters try to catch the couple and retrieve their money.

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It'll take more than soap and water to clean up this mess!

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Comedy | Thriller

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PG-13 | See all certifications »
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22 January 1988 (Portugal)  »

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Brudna bielizna  »

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The Drummer in the band featured in the movie is Matt sorum the drummer of The Cult, Guns and Roses and Velvet Revolver. The bass player Terry Nails, was a founding member of the band Tommy Tutone, played bass with Steve Jones and played bass for Ozzy Osbourne on the No More Tears album. The singer and the guitarist, Johnny Frank and Danny Stag are from the band Kingdom Come. See more »

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Trish: Trouble seems to be following you around. You must have been born under an unlucky star.
Jay: No, but I was conceived in a drive-in during a Bruce Lee film. Does that count?
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Lame, chase comedy
21 July 2002 | by (Evansville, Indiana USA) – See all my reviews

1st watched 7/21/2002 - 2 out of 10(Dir-William Webb): Lame, chase comedy with pretty flat performances from pretty much everyone except Franki Valli, who does an ok job as a mobster boss. The storyline involves a bag of mistakenly misplaced "Dirty Laundry"(hence the title) with 1 million dollars in drug money and our hero just happens to have the bag of money. He is chased, and chased, and chased until the movie finally ends. I'm actually pretty proud of myself for making it to the end of this one without dozing despite the boring plot. Skip this one if at all possible


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