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Desc:Steve Martin fights racism.
Category:Classic Movies, Humor
Tags:steve martin, the jerk, Iron Balls Mcginty
Submitted:duck&cover
Date:03/14/12
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Comment count is 16
Gmork
My balls, yes!
freedoom
Possibly the most underrated film of our time.
Cena_mark
I grew up on this. I remember when TBS showed it all the time. Very edited of course.

spikestoyiu
I personally rate it very appropriately, and that's as one of the best movies ever.

I love that he's forced to write a check to Iron Balls later on in the film.

Craptabulous
There are a lot of scenes in this movie that belong here, but this is definitely one that really stands out in that grouping.
Jet Bin Fever
Fucking yes. YES.
chairsforcheap
I cannot believe this clip isn't here... best movie of all time.
charmlessman
Bernadette Peters was SO HOT!!
spikestoyiu
I recently learned that she was dating Steve Martin at the time (they met at a softball tournament) and that he wrote that part for her.

If you've known this for a long time, well then fuck you.

charmlessman
No no, it's OK. You are the first to tell me.

memedumpster
Five.
Old_Zircon
One of the best movies EVER.
Honkykong
The line I quote most from this movie is "Where's your garbage? ... There."

I know a lot of slobs.
cognitivedissonance
The most quotable line that we are forbidden to quote, ever.
Hay Belly
No, "Up yours nigger" is.

Rudy
You mean he's always going to be that color?

Just heard Steve on NPR driving to work. He was hawking a book made up of his Twitter posts. How the mighty have fallen.
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