Nothing is out-of-bounds for humor in Caddyshack. Do you remember where the orange golf ball hit Ted Knight (Judge Smails)? Or when that special something was found in the pool? Did you cringe when Bill Murray used a row of flowers to practice his golf swing? Actually there are too many silly scenes to recall. But go ahead and try to recall them all by taking the quiz right now.
For a film made in the '80s, no one had ever pushed the envelope of crude humor quite like Caddyshack. And the one-liners followed suit, from the Bishop saying, "Rat farts!" to Lacy Underall saying, "Wanna tie me up with your ties,Ty?" But what else would you expect from the brash and obnoxious Rodney Dangerfield, the hilarious Bill Murray or the legendary funny man, Chevy Chase? Plus, Caddyshack was written by Harold Ramis, who co-wrote Animal House, Stripes and Ghostbusters.
Whether you're rooting for Danny Noonan to win the first prize in the Annual Caddy Day Golf Tournament for a college scholarship, or you're rooting for the gopher to escape Carl Spackler the greenskeeper, we're rooting for you to answer the quiz with the most correct answers. Do it now! Click the button below.
Caddyshack was released on July 25, 1980 and grossed more than $3 million in it's opening weekend!
The main character Danny is a caddy who will go to extremes to help raise money so that he can attend college!
Glenn Banner, art director for Caddyshack, built the Bushwood Country Club sign that is shown throughout the movie.
Chevy Chase's real name is Cornelius Crane Chase. Caddyshack was the 6th film in his acting career.
Carl Spackler was inducted into the Fictitious Athlete Hall of Fame in 2015!
Despite numerous efforts to kill the gopher throughout the movie, it emerges from the ground in the last scene, totally unharmed by the explosives set by Carl, and dances as the credits roll.
Initially the role of Al Czervik was to be small, but because Dangerfield was so talented at improvisation, his role was expanded in the movie.
Maggie was played by Sarah Holcomb. She first appeared on screen in National Lampoon's Animal House in 1978.
Caddyshack was written and directed by Harold Ramis. Other contributing writers included Brian Doyle-Murray and Douglas Kenney.
Judge Smails invites Danny to a party at the yacht club to make up for Smails having thrown his golf club into the dining area of the country club - which Danny took the blame for! But before coming, he told him to mow the lawn.
The sign at the gate of the pool says that caddies are allowed in the pool from 1:00pm to 1:15pm
The bet began at $20,000 but soon it is doubled to $40,000.
Carl Spackler says this as he prepares to ignite the dynamite he set in the gopher tunnel!
Ty Webb says to Danny, "Don't be obsessed with your desires Danny. The Zen philosopher, Basho, once wrote, 'A flute with no holes, is not a flute. A donut with no hole, is a Danish.' He was a funny guy."
Caddyshack was filmed at two locations: Boca Raton Hotel & Club in Boca Raton, Florida and Rolling Hills Golf & Tennis Club in Davie, Florida.
Judge Elihu Smails is a founding member of Bushwood Country Club along with Ty Webb's father.
This scene was based on a real-life incident at Brian Doyle-Murray's high school.
After Judge Smails disciplines Danny for his involvement with Lacey, he offers him a Fresca!
Al Czervik taunts Judge Smails telling him, "Hey Smails! My dinghy's bigger than your whole boat!"
Czervik thinks dead people don't need to be buried nowadays. "Ecology, right? Ask Wang. He'll tell you!"
"Spaulding, this calls for the old Billy Baroo!" with $20,000 on the line, Judge smails needs to make this shot.
In preparation for filming certain scenes the crew spent many days spray-painting the grass blue around the clubhouse.
First prize in the 35th Annual Caddy Day Golf Tournament is a college scholarship. Second and third prizes are a pair of socks and a baggie full of golf tees, respectively.
Caddyshack was inspired by writer and co-star Brian Doyle-Murray's memories of working as a caddy as a golf club. His brother Bill Murray and director Harold Ramis also had experience as caddies when they were younger!
The song being played by the musical horn on Al Czervik's Rolls Royce is "We're In The Money".
Mrs. Smails says, "Bless this ship, and all who sail on her. I christen thee The Flying WASP."
As the boat speeds along out of control, Al runs up, ""Alright, move over Swanson, I'm driving!"
Mr. Wang was played by Dr. Dow. This was his only onscreen acting appearance - he was a retired college professor in real life!
Al Czervik has a radio built into his golf bag and when he turns it on, this song comes on!
Kenny Loggins has 4 of the 10 songs on the Caddyshack soundtrack!
The Bishop is played by actor Henry Wilcoxon. The music in this scene was from The Ten Commandments released in 1956, in which Wilcoxon played the part of Pentaur.
After the gopher takes his ball, Al says, "Hey, that kangaroo just took my ball!"
Carl says he has pounds of this stuff as he hands Ty the joint, calling it a "big ole' Bob Marley joint."
Brian Doyle-Murray is the older brother of Bill Murray who stars as Carl in Caddyshack!
Ted Knight was also known for his roles in The Mary Tyler Moore Show and Too Close for Comfort! It is said that on the set of Caddyshack, he was often annoyed by the silliness of the other comedians including Bill Murray, Chevy Chase and Rodney Dangerfield.