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Wacko (1982)

PG | | Comedy, Horror | 7 January 1983 (USA)
Cops try to track down the infamous "Lawnmower Killer".

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
... Dick Harbinger
... Mrs. Doctor Graves
... Mr. Doctor Graves
... Mary Graves
... Norman Bates
... Bambi
Michele Tobin ... Rosie
... Tony Schlongini (as Andrew Clay)
... Zeke
... Weirdo (as Sonny Davis)
David Drucker ... The Looney
... Harry Palms
Victor Brandt ... Dr. Moreau
Wil Albert ... Dr. Denton
... Chief O'Hara
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Cops try to track down the infamous "Lawnmower Killer".

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At last! A motion picture made by, for, and about people.... just like you! See more »

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Comedy | Horror

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7 January 1983 (USA)  »

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One of several slasher movie spoofs released during the early 1980s that parodied the current cycle of films in that genre. The others being Pandemonium (1982), Student Bodies (1981), Class Reunion (1982), and Saturday the 14th (1981). See more »

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[first lines]
Lawnmower killer: Death to all teenagers who fuck.
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Dick Harbinger appears one more time after the closing credits are over. See more »

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Referenced in Adjust Your Tracking (2013) See more »

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Funeral March Of A Marionette
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Composed by Charles Gounod
Played throughout the film
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Freaking hilarious
10 April 2007 | by See all my reviews

I saw this movie in the mid to late 80's and laughed non-stop. My brothers and I still quote lines from it. It belongs up there with Caddy Shack, Animal House, etc, but never got the recognition it deserves. Andrew Dice Clay was a good addition, but definitely not the star of this movie. I think this might be the only comedy role Joe Don Baker (Detective Harbinger) ever did, but he was great. When he brings the psychologist into the Captain's office I thought I was gonna wet my pants. "If you p!ss him off, RUN!" I tracked down a copy of this movie on VHS and value it more than any of my DVDs. There are a few famous people sprinkled in there, but over all, you don't see much of these people, anymore. Still a great movie for quick laughs.


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