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Copper Mountain (1983)

Two friends travel to a ski resort, with one looking to hit the slopes, while the other spends time trying to pick up women.

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David Mitchell
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Jim Carrey ... Bobby Todd
Alan Thicke ... Jackson Reach
Dick Gautier ... Sonny Silverton (as Richard Gautier)
Ziggy Lorenc Ziggy Lorenc ... Michelle (as Ziggy Laurence)
Rod Hebron Rod Hebron ... Yogi Hebadaddy
Jean Laplac Jean Laplac ... Chef de Village
Randi Brooks ... Girl #1
Toni St. Vincent Toni St. Vincent ... Girl #2
Bita Jaretta Bita Jaretta ... Girl at the Bar
Bruce Carr Bruce Carr ... Race Official
Paul Lodi Paul Lodi ... Race Starter
Jean-Claude Killy ... Himself
Damian Lee ... Helicopter Guide
Edwin Halsnes Edwin Halsnes ... Himself
Barry Stone ... Reporter #1
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Two friends travel to a ski resort, with one looking to hit the slopes, while the other spends time trying to pick up women.

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Jim Carrey out on the piste in one of his first comedy films See more »

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Comedy | Music

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Country:

Canada

Language:

English

Release Date:

7 July 1983 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Club Med See more »

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Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color
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Alan Thicke later said the film was so bad not even Jim Carrey was funny in it. See more »

Quotes

Bobby Todd: Hi!
[makes an impersonation of somebody]
Girl #2: Are you one of those pro-skiers?
Bobby Todd: Oh no, not me. I don't go for those
[snaps his fingers]
Bobby Todd: tame sports.
Girl #1: What kind of sports *do* you go in for?
Bobby Todd: Well I'll tell you. I like to stand at the poolside. Oh, and occasionally get... Happy feet! Whoa!
[shakes and jiggles]
Bobby Todd: And when I get bored, I occasionally get... Jacque Costeau happy feet!
[...]
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The Platinum Disc DVD is missing a scene where Jim Carrey's character does a sheik impression. See more »

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Horrible!
5 April 2008 | by randycoatesSee all my reviews

Jim Carrey doing average-to-poor impersonations and Ronnie Hawkins performing entire songs on stage just to stretch this incompetent travesty of a "movie" to a sixty minute running time. They should have just done it as a video sketch and left it at that. There is only enough plot here for about three minutes of predictable screen time. What is the point of this movie? Why does the band let some guy walk up on stage and impersonate Sammy Davis Jr for five whole minutes, and provide him with back-up music? Why is Ronnie Hawkins performing for nobody? What was Alan Thicke thinking when he agreed to do this? Obviously they didn't pay him much since the entire budget of this film was obviously about three hundred dollars. At least Jim Carrey has the excuse of this being his first film so he didn't need to care how stupid it made him look...... at least not at the time. I'm sure he regrets it now though. One out of ten.


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