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Hot to Trot (1988) Poster

(1988)

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After Pee-wee's Big Adventure (1985), Tim Burton was offered to direct, but declined.
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Reportedly, when Bobcat Goldthwait was given a script of the movie, he wrote "Why would I do this?" on the cover. His agent responded by drawing a dollar sign over it.
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Joan Rivers was originally cast as the lead.
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Elliott Gould was the original voice of the horse. After a poor test screening of the film, the horse's half of the script was rewritten by Andy Breckman in an effort to make the film funnier. John Candy was hired to re-record the horse's voice; he ignored the new script and improvised the dialogue instead.
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During the race at the end of the movie Don asks for Fred to inspire him like the old guy from Rocky. He is of course referring to Burgess Meredith who voiced Don's father.
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Virginia Madsen claimed to have made this movie for two reasons: one, so that her sister's children could see the film; secondly, for the money. She admits the movie was an embarrassment, but she was not ashamed to take the role, since she needed the money at the time.
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