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Welcome to Woop Woop (1997)

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A con artist escapes a deal gone wrong in New York and winds up in the Aussie outback in a strange town whose inhabitants are an oddball collection of misfits.

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Cast

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Teddy
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Daddy-O
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Angie
Dee Smart ...
Krystal
Richard Moir ...
Reggie
Maggie Kirkpatrick ...
Ginger
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Blind Wally
Mark Wilson ...
Duffy
Paul Mercurio ...
Midget
Stan Yarramunua ...
Young Lionel
Bob Oxenbould ...
Moose
Daniel Rigney ...
Small Kenny
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Dirty Dean
Sarah Osmo ...
Laverne
Con Demetriou ...
Darren
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Storyline

A con artist escapes a deal gone wrong in New York and winds up in the Aussie outback in a strange town whose inhabitants are an oddball collection of misfits. Written by Anonymous

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Rated R for strong sexuality and language, and for some drug content | See all certifications »
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Release Date:

13 November 1998 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Bienvenue à Woop Woop  »

Box Office

Opening Weekend:

$19,812 (USA) (13 November 1998)

Gross:

$35,471 (USA) (20 November 1998)
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Trivia

One of the few times in movies when an actor or actress makes their first appearance in the movie after their name is listed in the end credits. Shane Paxton as Sonny and Bindi Paxton as Cher don't appear in the movie until a scene after the credits are done rolling, which takes place 15 years later. See more »

Quotes

Angie: Sock it to me!
Teddy: Sock it to you?
Angie: Root me stupid! Fuck me dry!
Teddy: Root you stupid! Fuck you dry!
Truck Driver: Arggh, give her the pork sauce!
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Crazy Credits

After the credits the movie picks up "15 years later" with a twist ending. See more »

Connections

Spoofs Mad Max (1979) See more »

Soundtracks

Climb Every Mountain
Music by Richard Rodgers and lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II
Performed by Peggy Wood and Junior Vasquez
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'Scuze The Breezers!
15 May 2002 | by (Los Angeles, CA) – See all my reviews

I tell you folks, that was THE FUNNIEST line of irreverent dialogue I've ever heard! Seriously, I can somewhat understand why Aussies who have reviewed this very smart, funny and VERY whacky film are besides themselves over the stereotypes and how some of their brethren are depicted here. Now, yet another group of people understands and feels what minorities everywhere feel when the same type of satire is done to them, but to an extreme! But, hey! Loosen up a bit-just let that "Breezer" rip! It's all good! I exchange emails with several Aussie folks Down There regularly, and they seem to talk and act very much as I do. So I can watch this film knowing that what I see is "over the top" in it's characterization, and NOT indicative of all Australians. Every ethnic group has it's "lower elements" for sure. But, I'm sorry, this was some hilarious stuff! All these characters were two sandwiches shy of a picnic! I've always been a Rod Taylor fan, and he steals this flick wholeheartedly. That guy is still one of the finest actors still working, and I know he's up there in age now. These folks live in a world far removed from reality. The remarks ("beef curtains", etc) are fresh (most of us here in the US have NEVER heard these expressions) and the whole town gathering nightly for 'Rogers & Hammerstein' movies (and a LOT of beer guzzeling) as the high point of another dreary day reminded me of the Wizard Of Oz's munchkins singing. Yup, sure enough, the plot had some holes for sure, but otherwise, the performances were great, from Johnathan Saaech on down.

I flat out loved this film. It was quite a pleasant surprise and yes, I agree it has cult status written ALL over it! See it for a monster laugh! I'll be willing to bet it caused quite an uproar when released!


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