Meet Roy Rayome. He perpetrated the most famous crime of all time: The 1989 mugging of Corey Haim. Meet Warrington Bartleby. He is a fourth-generation mugger with talent and style to spare. What happens when these two mugging luminaries attempt to mug one another simultaneously? Answer: hilarity ensues! These two legends join forces to compete in the first-ever Mugging Olympics, but they quickly realize that getting there isn't as easy as it seems. With the Sheriff of New York hot on their trail, they must fight an uphill battle against the law, time and ultimately themselves. Equal parts earnest drama and pure unadulterated romp, Muggers: The Movie is a story of unsung villains and reminds us that muggers are people too. Written by
"Get your hands out of my pants."
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The only scripted scenes were those between Sal and Larry Burrows. The character of Larry Burrows is a reference to Mr. Destiny. Richie Devaney played 'Young Larry Burrows' in Mr. Destiny and reprised the role for Muggers: The Movie. See more
Baseball. You throw, you catch, you hit it with the bat!
References Smokey and the Bandit