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Leonard Part 6 (1987) Poster

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Bill Cosby bought the television rights, to make sure the film would never appear on television.
Bill Cosby publicly criticized the film and urged people not to see it, despite starring in, co-writing, and co-producing the film.
The film won three Golden Raspberry Awards: Worst Picture, Worst Actor, and Worst Screenplay. Bill Cosby requested special Razzie awards made of 24-carat gold and Italian marble, which cost the Fox Network $27,000. They were presented to him on The Late Show (1986) a few weeks after the Razzie ceremony. Cosby himself later brought the awards with him to show off, when he was a guest on The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson (1962), happily declaring, "I swept the awards!"
During his brief period as head of Columbia Pictures, David Puttnam tried to cancel production on this film.
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The film contains numerous product placements for Coca-Cola; Bill Cosby was a spokesman for Coke, and the film was produced by Coca-Cola division Columbia Pictures.
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The Jane Fonda Workout that Leonard works out to was specifically made for the movie.
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The Latin phrase 'Ipso Facto' (inscribed across Leonard's helmet) means, "By the fact itself."
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Michael Palin was asked to play Frayn.
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Obba Babatundé and Victoria Rowell's film debuts.
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The picture was nominated for Worst Picture at the Hastings Bad Cinema Society's 10th Stinkers Bad Movie Awards in 1987.
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Last cinema film of Larry Gates.
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A clip of this movie is on "The 50 Worst Movies Ever Made" DVD Region 1 NTSC.
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