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(2001)

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This was Zach Galifianakis' first major supporting role.
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The character of Barry is played by Todd Richards, a professional snowboarder and member of the 1998 U.S. Olympic snowboarding team, and is probably the most capable member of the cast on a snowboard. However, in the film, he never leaves his wheelchair.
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This was Lewis Arquette's final movie performance. He died nine months before the film's release.
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Anna (Caroline Dhavernas) wears an O.S.I. wind-cheater. O.S.I. (the Office of Scientific Intelligence) was the employer of Lee Majors' character, Steve Austin, in The Six Million Dollar Man (1974).
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Two scenes featuring Victoria Silvstedt were cut. One was an extended version topless hot tub scene, which was cut to lower the MPAA rating. The other scene was a three-minute end scene between Inga (Victoria Silvstedt) and Luke (Zach Galifianakis) in his cabin.
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Luke (Zach Galifianakis) and Pig Pen (Derek Hamilton) live at 132 Crazy Woman Creek Road, Bull Mountain, Alaska 06721. Site 2 F98447WL Zone 77 and owe $1,422.65, according to the eviction notice.
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This movie is very loosely based on Casablanca (1942). It can be seen when Rick has the flashback of him and Anna, when Rick says, "Of all of the bars in all the ski towns in Alaska..." (much like "Of all the gin joints in all the towns in all the world..."), when Anna has Luke (Sam in Casablanca (1942)) play their song and Rick walks in, and finally in one of the closing scenes, when Anna gets on the plane and Rick says, "We'll always have Pedro O'Horny's," which is a direct reference to Humphrey Bogart's famous "We'll always have Paris" quote. Later in the film Rick can be seen wearing the same suit as Rick Blaine.
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Rick's car with the snowplow on the front of it is a 1973 Dodge Charger
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The billboard showing an artist's conception of Lee Majors' new Snownook resort featured a hotel that was based on the Alyeska Prince hotel in Girdwood, Alaska, which was built in 1994.
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The "Boyce's Boarding, Ski & Sporting Goods" was named after Rob "Sluggo" Boyce.
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Co-director Emmett Malloy gave an interview, talking about the original screenplay and making of the movie on the podcast "Classic American Movies."
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In one scene, Luke is wearing a Pink Floyd The Wall T-shirt. In another movie (Dazed and Confused), Jason London plays a character, Randy Floyd, also known as Pink. (Pink Floyd)
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Lee Majors and Derek Hamilton appeared in Waitin' to Live (2006).
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