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National Lampoon's Gold Diggers (2003)

Lady Killers (original title)
PG-13 | | Comedy, Crime | 17 September 2004 (USA)
A pair of losers marry two elderly sisters, thinking they'll inherit their fortune and Beverly Hills estate.

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A pair of losers marry two elderly sisters, thinking they'll inherit their fortune and Beverly Hills estate.

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Sometimes young love requires old money. See more »

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Comedy | Crime

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Rated PG-13 for crude and sexual humor, and some drug related material | See all certifications »
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$392,000 (USA) (17 September 2004)

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$392,000 (USA) (17 September 2004)
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One of only six theatrical wide releases on record in the United States to average less than $600 US Dollars on its debut weekend per theater in the past 25 years. See more »

Goofs

Early in the movie where we see how bumbling the two guys are in their acts of crime, Leonard grabs a purse that is attached to a woman's prosthetic left arm. When he brings it back to her, she beats him with a right arm (the hands have switched). See more »

Quotes

Calvin Menhoffer: We have to kill them. Pickle?
Leonard Smallwood: You mean... murder?
Calvin Menhoffer: Murder is such an ugly word. Try to think of it more like... more like self defense.
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Lady Killers
Written by Michael T. Rutter (as Michael Rutter)
Performed by Carmel Helene
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Some scenes will crack you up and are very funny
17 September 2004 | by (Memphis, Tennessee) – See all my reviews

National Lampoon's Gold Diggers is a black comedy about two losers in their twenties, Calvin Menhoffer (Will Friedle) and Leonard Smallwood (Chris Owen), who are out to get the good life without working for it. The two young men try to rob two 70-year-old sisters, Betty Mundt (Renee Taylor) and Doris Mundt (Louise Lasser). The two sisters beat the two young men up, and send them to jail. The ladies drop the charges, and invite the jailbirds to their Beverly Hills mansion. Cal gets an idea that they could marry the women for their money and live the good life. Hopefully, they will only live 6-months and at most one-year. It turns out that Betty and Doris are broke, and they have come up with a plan to marry the boys, kill them, and collect the life insurance money. After several unsuccessful murder attempts on each other, they join forces to rob Betty and Doris's rich uncle. This film is funny, and you will laugh through the entire movie. One of the funniest scenes is what the women are wearing as they walk down the staircase to meet Call and Lenny. (Delfino Entertainment, Run time 1:27, Rated PG-13) (5/10)


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