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Dumb & Dumber

107 min | USA:113 min (unrated version)
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Peter Farrelly
4 wins & 3 nominations
Country: USA
Release Date: 1994-12-16
Filming Locations: Aspen, Colorado, USA
Budget: $16,000,000
Gross: $127,175,354 (USA)£9,299,230 (UK)
Jim Carrey
Lloyd Christmas
Jeff Daniels
Harry Dunne
Lauren Holly
Mary Swanson
Mike Starr
Joe Mentalino
Karen Duffy
J.P. Shay
Charles Rocket
Nicholas Andre
Victoria Rowell
Athletic Beauty
Joe Baker
Hank Brandt
Karl Swanson
Teri Garr
Helen Swanson
Brady Bluhm
Cam Neely
Sea Bass
Felton Perry
Detective Dale
Brad Lockerman
Rob Moran
Kathryn Frick
Zen Gesner
Dale's Man #1
Lawrence Kopp
Dale's Man #2
Clint Allen
Connie Sawyer
Elderly Lady
Lin Shaye
Mrs. Neugeboren
Mike Watkis
Harland Williams
State Trooper
Diane Kinerk
Waitress #1
Lisa Stothard
Bus Stop Beauty
Sean Gildea
Sea Bass Friend
Charles Rahi Chun
Flight Attendant (as Charles Chun)
Helen Boll
Swanson Maid
Fred Stoller
Anxious Man at Phone
Karen Ingram
Nicholas's Girl
Jesse Borja
Martial Artist
Vene L. Arcoraci
Bikini Girl (as Vené L. Arcoraci)
Anna Anka
Bikini Girl (as Anna Aberg)
Samantha Carpel
Bikini Girl
Elaine Wood
Bikini Girl (as Elane Wood)
Bruce Bowns
Denise Vienne
Nancy Farrelly
Diner Gawker
Catalina Izasa
Samatha Pearson
Ken Duvall
Mutt Cutts Boss
Cecile Krevoy
Airport Bystander
George Bedard
Peeing Man
Bill Beauchene
Peeing Man Friend
Gary Sivertsen
Aspen Police Officer
John Stroehman
Preservation Partier
Terry Mullany
Preservation Partier
Brad Blank
Preservation Partier
Mark Miosky
Preservation Partier
Mike Cavallo
Preservation Partier
Tom Leasca
Preservation Partier
Kevin Sheehan
Preservation Partier
Kenny Griswold
Preservation Partier (as Kenny Griswald)
Brian Mone
Preservation Partier
Brad Norton
Preservation Partier
John Dale
Preservation Partier
Mike Burke
Preservation Partier
Kevin Constantine
Preservation Partier
Chris Spain
Preservation Partier
Paul Pelletier
Preservation Partier
Mark Levine
Preservation Partier
Billy Smith
Preservation Partier (as Bill Smith)
Mark Charpentier
Preservation Partier
James 'Sporty' Ahern
Preservation Partier (as James Ahern)
Jim Blake
Preservation Partier
Anita Rice
Sweater Friend
Pam Nielson
Sweater Friend
Nancy Barker
Sweater Friend
Brad Louder
Sweater Friend
Doug Caputo
Sweater Friend
James Horrocks
Sweater Friend
Rolf Sigurd Brekke
Sweater Friend (as Rolf Brekke)
Clem Franek
Marty Fresca
Farmworker Singing "Mocking Bird" (uncredited)
Jaclyn-Rose Lester
Lucy (Pacific Bell Commercial) (uncredited)
Kirsten Maryott
Bikini Girl (uncredited)
Craig Patterson
Bellman (uncredited)
Josh Shipley
Preservation Partier (uncredited)
John Yost
Guy in Restaurant (uncredited)
Did you know?
The sports car Harry and Lloyd purchase is a Lamborghini Diablo. Supplied courtesy of Emich Lamborghini, Golden, Colorado - which has since closed down.
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Cam Neely:  As a nasty trucker called Sea Bass.
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Lauren Holly turned down a role in the Jim Carrey vehicle Ace Ventura: Pet Detective (1994) but co-starred with him here later the same year.
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At the Preservation Society Party, the wine in Helen's glass changes from near empty to near full.
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When the champagne cork is flying towards the owls, the stick turning the cork is clearly visible (DVD Version Only).
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When Lloyd tackles Mary on the hotel stairs, she is wearing black pantyhose. By the time they get to the hotel room, she has mysteriously changed into gray tights.
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Lloyd Christmas: That's a lovely accent you have. New Jersey?
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Harry Dunne: Where's the booze?
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Beth: [at the gas station] Uh sir, you're... you're spraying everywhere...
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What type of sports car to Harry and Lloyd purchase in Aspen?
They bought a Lamborghini Diablo.
Why is Mary's husband kidnapped?
There is no explanation given in the movie to explain the reasons for Bobby being kidnapped. However, it was clearly obvious that kidnapping Bobby would have resulted in massive profits for Nicholas Andre and for Mental and Shay.
What are the differences between the Theatrical Version and the Unrated Version?
The Unrated Version contains some new dialog scenes and some more "disgusting" scenes. Furthermore, there are some hints to homosexuality in this version, which was presumably too much. To sum it up, one can say that the Unrated Version is a perfect supplement for fans. A detailed comparison between both versions with pictures can be found here.
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Photos from cast
Traci Adell Hillary Matthews