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Al Czervik is a fictional business owner and golfer and one of the main characters from the 1980 sports comedy film Caddyshack. He was played by actor ... EXPLORE WIKI CONTENT COMMUNITY EXPLORE WIKI CONTENT COMMUNITY in: Characters, Main characters, Male characters, and 7 more Al Czervik is a fictional business owner and golfer and one of the main characters from the 1980 sports comedy film Caddyshack. He was played by actor Rodney Dangerfield. A wealthy land developer, Al enjoyed spending his free time playing golf at the Bushwood Country Club. Czervik was not a serious golfer by anyone's imagination, and his wild antics, uncouth demeanor and profane commentary earned him the ire and scorn of Judge Elihu Smails, who was a regular at the club. Czervik teamed up with Ty Webb to engage in a golf wager against Smails and his chosen prospect, Dr. Beeper. When Al suffered an arm injury, he was warned that if the game was stopped he would forfeit the bet. Ty Webb selected Danny Noonan to replace Czervik in the match. Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. Movie Database Wiki is a FANDOM Movies Community. FandomShop Newsletter Join Fan Lab



Caddyshack (1980) - Rodney Dangerfield as Al Czervik - IMDb

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Al Czervik : Oh, this is the worst-looking hat I ever saw. What, when you buy a hat like this I bet you get a free bowl of soup, huh? [looks at Judge Smails, who's ... Jump to: Photos (6) Quotes (27) Al Czervik : Hey everybody, we're all gonna get laid! Al Czervik : Oh, this is the worst-looking hat I ever saw. What, when you buy a hat like this I bet you get a free bowl of soup, huh? [looks at Judge Smails, who's wearing the same hat]  Al Czervik : Oh, it looks good on you though. Al Czervik : Oh, this your wife, huh? A lovely lady. Hey baby, you must've been something before electricity. Al Czervik : [to his Asian companion]  I hear this place is restricted, Wang, so don't tell 'em you're Jewish, okay? Al Czervik : You're a lot of woman, you know that? Yeah, wanna make 14 dollars the hard way? Al Czervik : Hey, doll. Could you scare up another round for our table over here? And tell the cook this is low grade dog food. I've had better food at the ballgame, you know? This steak still has marks from where the jockey was hitting it. [Judge Smails is preparing to hit the ball on the first tee while Al Czervick watches]  Al Czervik : Hey 'Whitey,' where's your hat? [Smails looks over at Czervick, who is watching anxiously]  Al Czervik : ...let's go while we're young! Judge Smails : Mind Sir? Trying to tee off. Al Czervik : ...I bet ya slice into the woods! A hundred bucks! Judge Smails : Gambling is illegal at Bushwood sir, and I never slice. [the judge hits the ball, and it goes flying into some trees, in response, he shouts in frustration]  Al Czervik : Okay, you can owe me! Judge Smails : [mad]  I owe you nothing! Al Czervik : [after an airplane passes just above his head]  I almost got head from Amelia Earhart!



The story behind Dangerfield's famous 'Caddyshack' line

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Jul 8, 2013 ... In the 1980 comedy film Caddyshack, Dangerfield played Al Czervik, a boisterous tycoon who rattled the pretentious members of Bushwood ... Welcome to USA TODAY NETWORK’S EUROPEAN UNION EXPERIENCE The story behind Dangerfield's famous 'Caddyshack' line Published 3:03 PM EDT Jul 9, 2013 Rodney Dangerfield in his role as boisterous tycoon Al Czervik in a scene from the 1980 comedy film Caddyshack. "My golf game is getting real good. Last week, I got through the windmill." — Rodney Dangerfield Comedian Rodney Dangerfield didn't play golf, but his wife says he'd be thrilled that his humor is the centerpiece of a campaign to speed up play on courses across the country. One reason Dangerfield didn't play, even though he was intrigued by the sport, was because it took too much time, Joan Dangerfield says. "Rodney was, I'm sure you can tell, a really keyed-up kind of anxious guy. So it was actually the pace of play — the very, very thing this campaign is addressing — that kind of made him golf-phobic or teed him off against the game," she told USA TODAY Sports in a phone interview from Los Angeles. In the 1980 comedy film Caddyshack, Dangerfield played Al Czervik, a boisterous tycoon who rattled the pretentious members of Bushwood Country Club with, among other things, a golf bag equipped with a beer tap. In one scene, Czervik is irked that Judge Elihu Smails, played by the late Ted Knight, is taking so long to hit a shot. "Let's go — while we're young," Czervik barks. The United States Golf Association (USGA) turned heads during the recent U.S. Open when it announced "While We're Young" as the theme of a new campaign to encourage more people to take up the game or return to playing. Videos promoting the initiative include Arnold Palmer uttering the line to a slow-playing Clint Eastwood — and adding "please" after a menacing look from Eastwood. Kids shout the line to Tiger Woods when he takes too long on a miniature golf course.



Caddyshack - Wikipedia

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The scene in which Al Czervik hits Judge Smails in the genitals with a struck golf ball happened to Ramis on what he said was the second of his two rounds of golf , ... From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to navigationJump to search Caddyshack is a 1980 American sports comedy film directed by Harold Ramis, written by Brian Doyle-Murray, Ramis, and Douglas Kenney, and starring Chevy Chase, Rodney Dangerfield, Ted Knight, Michael O'Keefe, and Bill Murray. Doyle-Murray also has a supporting role. Caddyshack was Ramis's directorial debut and boosted the career of Dangerfield, who was previously known mostly for his stand-up comedy. Grossing nearly $40 million at the domestic box office (the 17th-highest of the year),[1] it was the first of a series of similar comedies. A sequel, Caddyshack II (1988), followed, although only Chase reprised his role and the film was poorly received. The film has a cult following and was described by ESPN as "perhaps the funniest sports movie ever made."[2] Danny Noonan works as a caddie at the upscale Bushwood Country Club to earn enough money to go to college. Danny caddies for Ty Webb, a suave and talented golfer and the son of one of Bushwood's co-founders. Danny tries to gain favor with Judge Elihu Smails, the country club's stodgy co-founder and director of the caddie scholarship program, by caddying for him. Meanwhile, Carl Spackler, a somewhat-unhinged groundskeeper-who lives in the maintenance building, hunts a gopher that is damaging the course. He attempts to kill it with a rifle and high-pressure hose, without success. Al Czervik, a brash and obnoxious nouveau riche golfer, begins appearing at the club. Czervik heckles Smails as he tees off, causing his shot to go badly. Later, frustrated by slow play, Al wagers with Smails. Smails is infuriated for losing the bet and throws his putter injuring an elderly woman. Danny takes responsibility for the incident, to gain Smails' favor. Smails encourages him to apply for the caddie scholarship.




Here's how much money Rodney Dangerfield made for 'Caddyshack ... ***** Dec 24, 2019 ... But being a golfer, I was particularly interested to hear about Rodney Dangerfield's biggest breakthrough: his role as Al Czervik in 'Caddyshack'.

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Here’s how much money Rodney Dangerfield made for his role as Al Czervik in ‘Caddyshack’ Seek to live, currently behind liveLIVE captions and subtitles off, selected Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window. Reset restore all settings to the default valuesDone One of the reasons I love the holidays is that it’s a great opportunity for me to catch up on some reading. I can finally get to all those books throughout the year I’d been meaning to get around to, but never did. First on this list this year is Rodney Dangerfield’s autobiography. It’s a fun and breezy read, packed with jokes and some utterly hilarious (if rather inappropriate) stories from the glory days of show business. But being a golfer, I was particularly interested to hear about Rodney Dangerfield’s biggest breakthrough: his role as Al Czervik in ‘Caddyshack’. There’s a bunch of interesting tid-bits, but none other than Rodney’s revelation that for all the fame he garnered from that film, there wasn’t all that much fortune to go along with it. I liked them, and they liked me, so we made a deal. Boom. I get the job on Caddyshack. It actually cost me money to do Caddyshack. I had to give up at least a month’s work in Vegas. So it cost me $150,000 to do the movie, and they only paid me $35,000. People think I’ve made a fortune off reruns, merchandizing, and stuff like that, but I got nothing: $35,000; that was it. My part in Caddyshack did get me into doing movies, though, so I guess it paid off in the end.



Al Czervik – Semiovox ***** Dec 25, 2020 ... The paradigms Ty Webb and Al Czervik, that is, challenge and subvert the structure of meaningfulness established by the master code Golf Club vs ...

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Dec 25, 2020 ... The paradigms Ty Webb and Al Czervik, that is, challenge and subvert the structure of meaningfulness established by the master code Golf Club vs ...






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