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Blue Collar Comedy Tour: The Movie (2003)

PG-13 | | Comedy, Documentary | 28 March 2003 (USA)
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The comedic stylings of four sort-of famous funnymen are brought to the big screen courtesy of this 2002 documentary.


C.B. Harding





Complete credited cast:
Jeff Foxworthy ... Self
Bill Engvall ... Self
Ron White ... Self
Larry the Cable Guy ... Self
Heidi Klum ... Victoria's Secret Saleswoman
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
David Alan Grier ... Limo Driver


The comedic stylings of four sort-of famous funnymen are brought to the big screen courtesy of this 2002 documentary.

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Like it or not, they're just like you.

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated PG-13 for some crude and sex-related humor | See all certifications »

Did You Know?


In the DVD extras, Ron White admits that during the credits where he was asleep in the Waffle House, he was drunk and passed out. Ron even admitted, "That was as nasty a hangover as I ever had." See more »


In the spa, when Larry gives a girl a massage, you can see a camera by the doorway. See more »


Jeff: Men, if you have a wife, a girlfriend, or a daughter, you are being trained. And just cause they aren't doing it with a cattle prod does not mean it isn't working. I'll tell you when I first realized I was being trained. I've been married to a wonderful woman for seventeen years; it was about year five when I realized it. We were lying in bed reading, when she just says, "I'm hot." And I closed *my* book. Got out of bed. Went over to the wall, and turned the ceiling fan. I got about halfway ...
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Alternate Versions

When aired on Comedy Central, in addition to editing of the stand-up material for time and content, Heidi Klum's appearance is completely cut out. See more »


Followed by Blue Collar Comedy Tour Rides Again (2004) See more »


Don't Ask Me No Questions
Performed by Chris Cagle
Produced by Robert Wright
Published by Universal-Duchess Music Corporation (BMI)
Words and Music by Gary Rossington and Ronnie Van Zant
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User Reviews

this movie to me appeals to every person in one way or another
18 March 2004 | by shysweetievaSee all my reviews

I have never been a fan of stand-up comedy. I believe now that my feelings toward stand-up comedy were based upon the most largely syndicated type seen on cable tv. the kind that targets certain races, disabilities, or religions. what i cannot seem to grasp is how anyone can critisize the humor of these four brilliantly funny men. they tastefully describe their OWN class of people "rednecks" and make jokes that obviously apply to themselves (as seen at the end of the movie when all four comics come together). I personally renound these men for making such a large percentage of the population smile and laugh without making remarks that insult a race (i.e. BET and its stand-up comedy), religion, or social status.

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Release Date:

28 March 2003 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

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Filming Locations:

Phoenix, Arizona, USA See more »


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Dolby Digital


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