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An exclusive golf course has to deal with a brash new member and a destructive dancing gopher.

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Ty Webb
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Al Czervik
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Judge Elihu Smails
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Danny Noonan
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Carl Spackler
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Maggie O'Hooligan
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Tony D'Annunzio
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Lacey Underall
Dan Resin ...
Dr. Beeper
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The Bishop
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Mrs. Noonan
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Mr. Noonan
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Grace
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Lou Loomis
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Motormouth
Peter Berkrot ...
Angie D'Annunzio
John F. Barmon Jr. ...
Spaulding Smails
Lois Kibbee ...
Mrs. Smails
Brian McConnachie ...
Drew Scott
Scott Powell ...
Gatsby
Ann Crilley ...
Suki
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Wally
Scott Sudden ...
Richard Richards
Jackie Davis ...
Smoke Porterhouse
Thomas A. Carlin ...
Sandy McFiddish (as Thomas Carlin)
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Joey D'Annunzio
Kenneth Burritt ...
Mr. Havercamp
Rebecca Burritt ...
Mrs. Havercamp
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Noble Noyes (as Bobbie Kosstrin)
Scott Jackson ...
Chuck Schick
Ron Frank ...
Pat Noonan
Patricia Wilcox ...
Nancy Noonan
Debi Frank ...
Kathleen Noonan
Tony Gulliver ...
Ray (Old Caddy)
Kim Bordeaux ...
Pre-deb
Lori Lowe ...
Pre-deb
Marcus Breece ...
Lifeguard
Mark Chiriboga ...
Terry the Hippie
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Angry Husband
Frank Schuller ...
Charlie the Cook
Mel Pape ...
Butler
Marge McKenna ...
Lady on Boat
Bruce McLaughlin ...
Old Crony
Dennis McCormack ...
Dennis Noonan
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Noonan Child
Judy Arman ...
Beeper's Girlfriend
Dr. Dow ...
Mr. Wang
Paige Coffman ...
Little Girl at Pool
Donna M. Wiggin ...
Woman at Pool
James Hotchkiss ...
Old Crony
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Rod Ball ...
Caddy (uncredited)
Matthew Burch ...
Man in row boat (uncredited)
William A. Butland ...
Pool Patron (uncredited)
Debbie Howard ...
Bathing Suit Girl (uncredited)
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Al Czervik's Dinner Guest (uncredited)
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Mr. Gopher (uncredited)
John Murray ...
Caddy (uncredited)
Paul O'Callaghan ...
Waiter who falls into pool (uncredited)
Ted Swanson ...
Golf Pro (uncredited)
Anna Upstrom ...
Blonde Bombshell (uncredited)

Directed by

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Harold Ramis

Written by

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Brian Doyle-Murray ... (written by) &
Harold Ramis ... (written by) &
Douglas Kenney ... (written by)

Produced by

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Douglas Kenney ... producer
Donald MacDonald ... associate producer (as Don MacDonald)
Jon Peters ... executive producer

Music by

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Johnny Mandel

Cinematography by

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Stevan Larner ... director of photography

Film Editing by

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William C. Carruth ... (as William Carruth)

Editorial Department

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David Bretherton ... supervising editor
Melissa Bretherton ... apprentice editor (as Mellissa Bretherton)
Rachel Igel ... assistant film editor
Don Gilman ... assistant editor (uncredited)

Casting By

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Wallis Nicita ... (as Wally Nicita)

Production Design by

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Stan Jolley

Art Direction by

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George Szeptycki

Set Decoration by

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Tom Coll
Don K. Ivey ... (as Don Ivey)

Makeup Department

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Diane Johnson ... hair stylist
Elizabeth Lambert ... makeup artist (as Beth Lambert)
Marlana May ... assistant makeup artist (uncredited)

Production Management

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Mark Canton ... executive in charge of production
Rusty Lemorande ... executive in charge of production
Ted Swanson ... production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Ricou Browning ... second unit director
Charles Persons ... second assistant director
David Whorf ... first assistant director

Art Department

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Larry Goodwin Sr. ... assistant property master (as Larry Goodwin)
Jack Johnson ... property master
John Balling ... scenic artist (uncredited)
Bert Bertolami ... greensman (uncredited)
Holly Bird ... storyboard & sketch artist (uncredited)
Jose Duarte ... paint foreman (uncredited)
Gabriel C. Ell ... construction foreman (uncredited)
Joe Garlington ... propmaker (uncredited)
Wally Graham ... construction coordinator (uncredited)
William Kellow ... construction propmaker (uncredited)
Martin A. Kline ... storyboard artist (uncredited)
Dick Kyker ... property master (uncredited) (l)
Sterling Swanson ... leadman (uncredited)

Sound Department

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Michael Evje ... production sound
D.G. Fisher ... production sound (as D.G. Fischer)
Steve Latham ... sound
Bob Minkler ... sound re-recordist (as Robert Minkler)
Clive Smith ... sound editor
Richard Tyler ... sound re-recordist
Ray West ... sound re-recordist
D.G. Fisher ... boom operator (uncredited)

Special Effects by

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J.B. Jones ... special effects (uncredited)

Visual Effects by

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Pat Brymer ... special animator
Jeffrey Burke ... special animator
John Dykstra ... supervisor of special effects
Rocco Gioffre ... matte paintings
Grant McCune ... special animator
Robert Shepherd ... effects production supervisor
Michael Douglas Middleton ... visual effects still photographer (uncredited)
Denise Shurtleff ... crew member: Apogee (uncredited)
Hoyt Yeatman ... matte photographer (uncredited)

Stunts

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Tom Bahr ... utility stunts
Ricou Browning Jr. ... stunt double
Marc Mercury ... stunt player (uncredited)

Camera and Electrical Department

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Oscar Barber ... camera operator
Donald Carlson ... assistant camera
William Carr ... grip
Stanley E. Gilbert ... additional photographer (as Stanley Gilbert)
Ed Knott Jr. ... grip (as Edward Knott Jr.)
Calvin Maehl ... gaffer
John McGowan ... assistant camera
Michael McGowan ... camera operator
James Pergola ... additional photographer
William Smaling ... electrician (as Bill Smalling)
William Swan Jr. ... electrician
Stephen Wever ... still photographer (as Steve Wever)
Dean Williams ... still photographer
John Winner ... assistant camera (as John Louis Winner)
William D. Barber ... assistant camera (uncredited)
James Bright ... electrician (uncredited)
Thomas Cocheo ... grip (uncredited)
Thomas Elmore ... electrician (uncredited)
Robert Horne ... first assistant camera (uncredited)
Ed Kammerer ... best boy (uncredited)
Greg Kasper ... grip (uncredited)
Jack Kokernoot ... electrician (uncredited)
Ross A. Maehl ... gaffer (uncredited)
Walter G. Morris Jr. ... gaffer: Florida (uncredited)
Pierre Roseman ... electrician (uncredited)
Norm Walke ... crane operator (uncredited)
Julian Wilson ... second assistant camera (uncredited)

Casting Department

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Marian Polan ... extras casting

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Vivian Cocheo ... costumer: women
Andre Lavery ... costumer: men
Eric Seelig ... costume supervisor
Linda Benedict-Pierce ... costumer (uncredited)
Joanne Wenger ... cutter/fitter (uncredited)

Location Management

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B.J. Johnson ... location manager (uncredited)
Vince Martinez ... location auditor (uncredited)
Jeffrey W. Stacey ... location manager (uncredited)

Music Department

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Bruce Botnick ... music production supervisor
Michael Dilbeck ... music coordinator
Kenny Loggins ... music coordinator
Roy Prendergast ... music editor (as Roy M. Prendergast)
Jack K. Tillar ... music editor (as Jack Tillar)
Sally Stevens ... singer (uncredited)
Tommy Tedesco ... musician: guitar (uncredited)

Script and Continuity Department

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Susana Preston ... script supervisor

Transportation Department

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Hank Scelza ... transportation captain
Israel Brinson ... transportation co-captain (uncredited)

Additional Crew

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Trevor Albert ... assistant: Harold Ramis
Sam Bernstein ... production auditor
Mary Lou Byrd ... production secretary
Matthew Cokee ... production assistant
Jonathan Fairbanks ... production assistant
Vic Heutschy ... unit publicist
Susan Montgomery ... assistant auditor
Diane Morrison ... production secretary
John Murray ... production assistant
Dan Perri ... title designer
Hillary Anne Ripps ... assistant: Jon Peters (as Hillary Ripps)
Mimi Stacey ... production secretary
Peter Tors ... production assistant
Dee Dee Winner ... production secretary
Tom Bahr ... marine coordinator (uncredited)
Shirley Bird ... on-set nurse (uncredited)
Will Brantley ... craft service (uncredited)
Scott Jacobson ... craft service (uncredited)
B.J. Smith ... set medic: los angeles (uncredited)
Brenda Watt ... animal handler (uncredited)

Thanks

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Janet Davidson ... special acknowledgment
Mel Howard ... special acknowledgment
Ed Murray ... special acknowledgment
David Price ... special acknowledgment
Herman Ripps ... special acknowledgment
Dick Wetzel ... special acknowledgment
Crew believed to be complete

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

There's something fishy going on at the elitist Bushwood Country Club, and the scheming president of the clubhouse, Judge Elihu Smails, has something to do with it. But, the suave golf guru, Ty Webb, and the distasteful, filthy rich construction magnate, Al Czervik, are onto him. In the meantime, the young caddie, Danny Noonan, struggles to get his life back on track, and the only way to do it is by winning the demanding Caddie Day golf tournament; a prestigious competition that can earn him a scholarship from the judge himself. Now, war breaks out, and all bets are off. Will Danny ever make his dream come true? Does he know that a subterranean menace is threatening to put in jeopardy everyone's plans? Written by Nick Riganas

Plot Keywords
Taglines At last, a comedy that bites! See more »
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Also Known As
  • Le golf en folie ! (France)
  • Tais-toi et joue! (France)
  • Caddyshack: Wahnsinn ohne Handicap (Germany)
  • El club de los chalados (Spain)
  • Το Κλαμπ με τις Λωλές (Greece)
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Runtime
  • 98 min
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Box Office

Budget $6,000,000 (estimated)
Opening Weekend United States $3,142,689, 27 Jul 1980

Did You Know?

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Trivia A big hill was built from scratch for the climactic 18th-hole scene, because the country club did not want its course blown up. The pyrotechnic people used too many explosives, which completely destroyed the hill and caused planes flying by to report the explosion, as if a plane had crashed there. See more »
Goofs While Danny making that last putt effectively tied the game, meaning neither team lost nor won, Al's last-second bet of "Double or nothing he makes it" essentially negates the original bet and creates a new one. Since Judge Smails agrees to this new wager before Danny makes the putt, Smails loses the final bet and has to pay up. See more »
Movie Connections Edited into Quija/Domino Rally (2015). See more »
Soundtracks I'm Alright See more »
Crazy Credits Mr. Gopher - Chuck Rodent See more »
Quotes Carl Spackler: What an incredible Cinderella story. This unknown comes out of nowhere to lead the pack. At Augusta, he's on his final hole. He's about 455 yards away. He's going to hit about a two iron, I think. Well, he got out of that. The crowd is standing on its feet, here at Augusta. The normally reserved Augusta crowd is going wild. For this young Cinderella who's come out of nowhere, he's got about 350 yards left. He's going to hit about a five iron, l expect. Don't you think? He's got a beautiful back swing. That's - oh! He got out of that one! He's got to be pleased with that. The crowd is just on its feet here. He's a Cinderella boy. Tears in his eyes, I guess, as he lines up this last shot. He's got about 195 yards left, and he's gonna - looks like he's got about an eight iron. This crowd has gone deadly silent. Cinderella story. Out of nowhere. A former greenskeeper now about to become the Master's champion. It looks like a miraculous - it's in the hole! It's in the hole!
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