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The Hangover Part III

100 min
IMDB rate:
2 wins & 6 nominations
Country: USA
Release Date: 2013-05-23
Filming Locations: Los Angeles, California, USA
Budget: $103,000,000
Opening Weekend: $41,775,000 (USA) (28 May 2013)
Gross: $112,186,625 (USA) (11 August 2013)
Bradley Cooper
Ed Helms
Zach Galifianakis
Justin Bartha
Ken Jeong
Mr. Chow
John Goodman
Melissa McCarthy
Jeffrey Tambor
Heather Graham
Mike Epps
Black Doug
Sasha Barrese
Jamie Chung
Sondra Currie
Gillian Vigman
Oliver Cooper
Pharmacy Assistant
Mike Vallely
Grant Holmquist
Oscar Torre
Officer Vasquez
Jonny Coyne
Silvia Curiel
House Keeper
Betty Murphy
Cassie's Mom
Jim Lau
Chief Prison Guard
Lela Loren
Female Officer
Harrison Forsyth
Scott Anthony Leet
Henchman #1
Tim Sitarz
Henchman #2
Roger Schueller
Priest at Funeral
Jenny Ladner
Party Girl
Max Aronoff-Sher
Freeway Boy
Emma Wetzel
Freeway Girl
Zoe Aggeliki
Sandra (uncredited)
Amy Alyssa
Laughing Pedestrian (uncredited)
Michael Bower
Happy Couple (uncredited)
Charlie Brewer
Freeway Dad (uncredited)
Deuandra T. Brown
Local Shopper
Renee Bryant
Hooker (uncredited)
Danielle Burgio
Freeway Mom (uncredited)
Thai Prisoner
Peter Chao
Himself - Chao's son (uncredited)
Patrick Chien
Thai Prisoner
Billy Choi
Thai prison guard (uncredited)
Patty Chong
Casino Patron / Precision Driver (uncredited)
Maryam Cné
Sheikhs Wife
Matthew Condie
Mourning Family Friend (uncredited)
Kevin Deon
Shocked Tourist (uncredited)
Aaron Ditsararat
Inmate (uncredited)
Timothy Skyler Dunigan
Pedestrian / Tourist (uncredited)
Ehab Elgharabawy
Restaurant patron (uncredited)
Andres Galindo
Casino Guy (uncredited)
Alexis Genest
Freeway Girl (uncredited)
Gladis Giada
Pedestrian (uncredited)
Mark Grossman
Tourist (uncredited)
Zuhair Haddad
Sheik (uncredited)
Brenda Johnson
Valet Patron (uncredited)
Casey Jones
Sarah (uncredited)
Sheryl Kahn
Hotel Guest (uncredited)
Joseph Kerkos
Casino Patron (uncredited)
Charles Lasher
Pedestrian (uncredited)
Danny Le Boyer
Henchman #5 (uncredited)
Raul Limon
Casino Patron (uncredited)
Sam B. Lorn
Thai Prisoner
Rob Mars
Henchman #3 (uncredited)
Dean Mauro
High Roller (uncredited)
Tarah McDaniel
Hooker (uncredited)
Brian Metran
Thai Prisoner
Sasha Milan
Pimp (uncredited)
Michael Monteiro
High Roller (uncredited)
Max Napolitano
Casino Guy (uncredited)
Westley Nguyen
Thai Prisoner
Candy Nickens
Shocked Tourist (uncredited)
Cory Norton
Lost Tourist (uncredited)
Chelsea O'Toole
Restaurant Patron (uncredited)
B.J. Parker
Casino Guest (uncredited)
Anthony Patricio
Prison Riot Guard (uncredited)
Damion Poitier
Henchman #6 (uncredited)
Alan D. Purwin
Helicopter Pilot (uncredited)
Aaron F. Randell
Mourning Family Member (uncredited)
Abigail Rich
Cocktail Girl
Joan Riegert
Pedestrian (uncredited)
Rey Cacoi Rodis II
Thai Prisoner
Frank Scozzari
Pedestrian at Pawn Shop (uncredited)
Frank Spatacco
Police officer (uncredited)
Colette Stone
Hooker (uncredited)
Kevin Sumethasorn
Thai Prisoner
Lewis Tan
Prison Guard (uncredited)
Robert 'Momo' Thompson
Henchman #1 (uncredited)
Ernesto Trinidad
Thai Prisoner
Tiffany Tynes
Casino Hottie (uncredited)
Chekesha Van Putten
Casino Patron (uncredited)
Adrian Voo
Prisoner (uncredited)
Karina Weeks
Witness (uncredited)
Taylor West
Pedestrian (uncredited)
Travis Wong
Prisoner (uncredited)
Yimmy Yim
Gas Station Customer (uncredited)
Kevin Young
Prisoner (uncredited)
Cameron Zandkarimi
Laughing Guy (uncredited)
Lucie Zolcerova
Caesar's Guest (uncredited)
Did you know?
In every film of the trilogy, including this one, there are pigs somewhere. In The Hangover (2009), as Phil, Alan and Stu wake up in the trashed hotel suite, there is an inflatable pig in the bubble bath. In The Hangover Part II (2011), during the car chase through Bangkok, Chow crashes into a pig hanging on a meat stand and Stu gets covered in some of it. In The Hangover Part III (2013), Marshall's thugs wear pig masks.
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Near the end of the movie where the wolf pack is returning to the minivan, there is a billboard with Eddie (the man who ran the wedding chapel in the first The Hangover (2009) movie) in the background.
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In the scene at the end of the film where the wolf pack get out of the limo and cross the street to return to Phil's minivan, the shot of them crossing the street clearly parodies the cover of the album by The Beatles, Abbey Road.
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During the journey to Arizona there is no sign of the yellow lorry behind Phil's car when Alan's face is seen in close up but 2 shots later the lorry appears behind the car out of nowhere.
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During the exchange toward the end, Phil asks Alan to get the last bag of gold out of the limo. As Alan walks toward the limo, the brake lights are on despite the fact that everyone is outside the limo.
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During the start of the film, there are several face-on shots of the giraffe before the car crash, and it can clearly be heard making noises. Giraffes don't have vocal chords, so they can't make noises like that.
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Mr. Chow: So long, bitches!
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Mr. Chow: Who sent you?
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Mr. Chow: You want Chow spirit hang over you when you make fuck on your wife?
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Is there a post-credits scene?
Yes, half a minute into the credits, the group wakes up with no memory of the previous night, and Stu has breast implants. More details regarding the scene can be seen here.
What is the first song in the movie?
"MMMBop" by Hanson. The complete list of songs with their corresponding scene descriptions can be found here.
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