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Deuce Bigalow: Male Gigolo (1999) Poster

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Rob Schneider's mother Pilar Schneider appears in the film as the woman he mistakes for his date in the Japanese restaurant.
In the scene where Deuce is walking with the tall woman and the phrase "freak" is shouted, the speaker of that line is actually Adam Sandler. Other than being a producer, it's his only "credit" in the film.
The first movie from Happy Madison Productions.
Even though Norm MacDonald was not in the official credits, he was given credit in a roundabout way at the end of the movie. A clip was shown of him as a bartender saying that Norm MacDonald only worked one day on the movie.
The exterior of the house that Deuce Bigelow is leaving with the giant woman is the same as the one used on the TV show Charmed (1998).
The person who played the cookie girl was Rob Schneider's daughter, Elle King. She would later go on to preform "Ex's and Oh's", a song that received moderate airplay. At the time she was named Elle Tanner Schneider.
Although spelled differently, the name "Berguita" (Kate's roommate) is a Spanish slang word for "little penis", this being referred several times by William Forsythe's character
When Deuce first meets Antoine and sees his weapon collection, Deuce says, "I collect Canadian quarters . . . I got about six of them". After his first "job" when he goes to the bar, his bill totals $11.50. He gives the bartender (an uncredited Norm MacDonald) "Ten, and six quarters", presumably his Canadian quarter collection and the total take from his first "job".
Final film of Ron Soble.
The game that Deuce and Ruth are attending was between the Anaheim Angels and Cleveland Indians.
The girl in the pet shop was also in Sorority Boys and unknowingly shows her breasts through a wet shirt in that film as well.
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