A Night at the Roxbury (1998)
DS 1 Sheet Movie Poster - Style A
Dimension: 27" x 40"
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Synopsis: This comedy extends and embellishes characters introduced
on Saturday Night Live by regulars Will Ferrell and Chris Kattan in their sketch
series of two head-bobbing losers who go on the town, looking for action, when
they hear the What Is Love? disco tune. Looking cool, brothers Steve (Ferrell)
and Doug Butabi (Kattan) always fail to pick up women in their hapless nightclub
jaunts. In Beverly Hills, they work at a fake-flower store run by their father
(Dan Hedaya). They are always denied entrance to the Roxbury, a leading
discotheque, but an auto accident with Richard Grieco (portraying himself) gives
them a foot in the door. Inside, they meet the club's owner (an uncredited Chazz
Palminteri), and two gold-diggers (Elisa Donovan, Gigi Rice) believe they are
wealthy businessmen. Steve finds his father shoving him into marriage with
next-door neighbor Emily (Molly Shannon), but Doug keeps this from happening.
Fortune smiles, and the Butabi brothers become the co-owners of a new nightclub.
The real-life Roxbury on the Sunset Strip (once the location of the Imperial
Gardens and the Players Club) was converted into a Japanese restaurant by the
time this film was released.
Cast: Will Ferrell, Chris Kattan, Molly Shannon, Dan Hedaya, Richard
Grieco, Loni Anderson, Elisa Donovan, Gigi Rice, Lochlyn Munro, Dwayne Hickman,
Meredith Scott Lynn, Mark McKinney, Colin Quinn, Michael Clarke Duncan, Chazz
Palminteri; Director: John Fortenberry, Peter Markle