Disorderlies (1987)





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A conniving nephew (Anthony Geary) wishes to get rid of his elderly uncle (Ralph Bellamy) to collect a large inheritance, so he hires the three worst orderlies he can find (played by the Fat Boys). ~ John Bush, Rovi
PG (adult situations/language, violence)
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Warner Home Video

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Ralph Bellamy
as Albert Dennison
Anthony Geary
as Winslow Lowry
Tony Plana
as Miguel
Damon Wimbley
as Kool Rock
Marco Rodriguez
as Luis Montana
Helen Reddy
as Happy Socialite
Troy Beyer
as Carla
Lisa Kingston
as Dealer
Jim Jackman
as Orderly #1
Don Woodard
as Orderly #2
Charles Green
as Orderly #3
Joseph R. Sicari
as Nursing Home Owner
Linda Hopkins
as Buffy's Mother
Brian Moore
as Chauffeur
Don Hood
as Sgt. Bledsoe
Garth Wilton
as George, the Butler
Donnie Simpson
as Roller Rink DJ
Robert V. Barron
as Funeral Home Director
Sam Chew Jr.
as Doctor
Brant Van Hoffman
as Electrician
Carlos Cervantes
as Montana Man #1
Joe Whipp
as Cop #1
Terry Burns
as Cop #2
Rick Zumwalt
as Huge Cop
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February 6, 2005
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This movie was funny and entertaining then it was funny some more and entertaining some more. A slice of pure 80's greatness....

Brandon Robins
Brandon Robins

Three clumsy orderlies, played by The Fat Boys, are hired by an indebted, scheming nephew of a billionaire whose restrained to a bed and wheelchair with failing health. Disorderlies plays like a light Miami Vice with a barrage of slaps like the Three Stooges. Sound effects, while The Fat Boys are fumbling around, are quite prevalent throughout the film. In all honesty, the film is carried along by the slaps these three guys make on eachother. Where it might seem annoying to some, it actually comes off as hilarious and fits the tone of the film perfectly. You actually come to expect someone to take a hit randomly. However, the white-man slang from Ralph Bellamy should have been left out. I don't know why some directors think it's funny to include those scenes in their films. It just never works out the way they expect it to.

Rob Cisneros
Rob Cisneros

goofy flick, had a few funny parts

danny d
danny d

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