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Did you guess Caddyshack?
Of course you did. This was an easy one.
But did you know that Bill Murray, Chevy Chase, and Rodney Dangerfield improvised many of their scenes?
Did you know that that wasn't originally the plan, but they were so good at it and director Harold Ramis loved it so much that their roles and scenes were expanded, to the chagrin of some of the other actors, including Ted Knight? In fact, in the original script, Murray's character, Carl Spackler (what a name!), didn't talk AT ALL.
Did you know that the "Cinderella Story" scene was shot after Ramis asked Murray to simply imagine himself announcing his own fantasy sports moment? Murray asked for four rows of 'mums and did the scene. How's THAT for a Cinderella Story?
This was Bill Murray and Chevy Chase's first and only movie scene together after they famously fought on Saturday Night Live, however it is reported that they were professional and didn't show any signs of their alleged previous feud. The scene wasn't in the original script and was written over lunch by Ramis, Murray, and Chase together. It has nothing to do with the plot but is one of the funniest scenes in the movie.
Murray shot all his scenes, including the one with Chevy Chase, in only six days.
The movie was inspired by writer and co-star, Brian Doyle-Murray's experiences as a caddy when he was a teenager. He is Bill Murray's brother.
Bill Murray and Harold Ramis also worked as caddies when they were teenagers!
We hope you found all that as interesting as we did!
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