Summer Camp highjinks centered around a camp counselor with a wacky sense of humor. He tries to help the campers have a good time. One camper named Rudy poses a particular challenge as he has a self-esteem problemWritten by
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At the beginning when the children are getting off the buses after arriving at camp you see a kid wearing a scarf and holding a red jacket on the field. A few shots later you see the same child getting off the bus. See more »
The music played during the second half of the Olympiad is different in the U.S. and Canadian versions of the film. On the U.S. release, there are additional lyrics: "Go team go, Fight team fight..." etc. These lyrics are absent on the Canadian theatrical and VHS releases. The soundtrack is mostly instrumental. You can hear this alternate music on the French soundtrack of the region 1 DVD. See more »
They know it all but don't know where it's at. Talk about winning games but they can't hold a bat! Yes, the best summer camp movie ever is this here flick! This is back when Bill Murray was the coolest and funniest guy on the planet. Me and every other kid in America musta saw this film a dozen times at the theaters and another dozen times on TV back in the late 70's and early 80's. I still can't figure why he went for the chick who played Roxanne. She was the least attractive chick in the whole flick. And Morty kinda reminds me of a 70's version of Baba Booey! But not nearly as dumb, stupid, and ugly. Morty is Robert Redford compare to Baba Booey. Horsetoothed creature from the jungle! Yes, Meatballs, the ultimate summer camp movie if not the ultimate summer party movie. Or Groovie Movie as Commander USA would say!
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