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Billy Madison - Where's the Rest of the Odoyles
In the scene where you see the Odoyle family driving down the road chanting Odoyle rules, they hit the banana peel that was thrown out earlier in the movie. If you look closely you can see when they go over the cliff there is only one person in the car.
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KenDaLL WoLf writes:
Umm.. wouldn't they be dummies?
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KayciLovesSanctusReal writes:
I have to agree with you Kendyl! And if you're talking about paying stunt-men to be in that car, why don't you try to find a stunt man that will drive a car off of a 100 foot cliff. (It'll be tough:)
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Mr Pickalini writes:
if you look in the back and the front you can see the heads of the dummies are actually bending back...
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Movieman1204 writes:
That clip was from an old sketch on Saturday Night Live, so I don't expect the Odoyle family to be in there. Remember, this movie wasn't up for any Academy Awards. It's just a goofy movie, and that's just an old clip of the car falling off a cliff that they used in a sketch that had a cat driving a car in it.
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Movieman1204 writes:
I'm pretty sure that was a clip from a skit on SNL called "Toonces The Driving Cat" and at the end Toonces always drove off a cliff. I think that's the whole point of the scene.
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sgt mabray writes:
If you can afford to pay that many stunt men, you should make a movie yourself.
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