The Making of a Hollywood Cinderella Story and the Remaking of American Comedy
Caddyshack is one of the most beloved comedies of all time, a classic snobs vs. slobs story of working class kids and the white collar buffoons that make them haul their golf bags in the hot summer sun. It has sex, drugs and one very memorable candy bar, but the movie we all know and love didn’t start out that way, and everyone who made it certainly didn’t have the word “classic” in mind as the cameras were rolling.
Chris Nashawaty is the film critic at Entertainment Weekly, who over his 20-plus years at the magazine has become one of America's foremost movie writers and pop-culture authorities. He hosts a weekly, hour-long movies show on Sirius' EW Radio channel and has appeared on CNN, NPR, The Today Show, and Good Morning America. He has also written for Wired, Sports Illustrated, Esquire, Fortune, and Grantland. He is the author of a book about B Movie producer Roger Corman called CRAB MONSTERS, TEENAGE CAVEMEN, AND CANDY STRIPE NURSES.
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