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  Strange Brew - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Two adult brothers, Bob and Doug McKenzie, are in a bind when they run out of beer and have already given away the beer money given to them by their father.
Bob and Doug are caught in the middle of these plots and maintain a close relationship with the daughter, stumbling upon the revelation of her father's murder, a onetime hockey great (Angus MacInnes) now under Smith's control, and the Brewmeister's plot for world domination.
A loose framework story style is employed in the movie; the opening shows the McKenzies on the "Great White North" set, which they return to at the close of the main story.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Strange_Brew   (427 words)

 Bob and Doug McKenzie - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Bob and Doug McKenzie were a pair of fictional Canadian brothers who hosted The Great White North, a sketch which was introduced on SCTV for the show's third season when it moved to the CBC in 1980.
Bob is played by Rick Moranis and Doug is played by Dave Thomas.
Currently, Animax Entertainment (of which Dave Thomas is executive creative director) is developing an animated version of Bob and Doug.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Bob_&_Doug_McKenzie   (467 words)

 SCTV Program: Kanadian Korner / Great White North
Bob and Doug are doing the show on a pile of dirt on the street because they were kicked out because Bob knocked over an expensive camera.
Bob and Doug are still outside, and they stole a car, which they use to sleep in.
Doug figures it's because their beer is weaker and they have to drink faster.
sctvguide.ca /programs/mckenzie.htm   (1445 words)

 Cheech & Chong vs. Bob & Doug McKenzie @ WWWF Grudge Match
Bob and Doug are the first to be introduced by the sand-filled pit announcer, then Cheech and Chong enter the ring.
Bob and Doug had the good sense to do only one album and one movie, knowing that brevity is the art of wit.
Bob and Doug are, obviously, Canadian, and them being clean and sober won't really change their disposition anyway.
www.grudge-match.com /History/cheechchong-mckenzie.shtml   (6462 words)

 Bob & Doug McKenzie - Free Music Downloads, Videos, CDs, MP3s, Bio, Merchandise and Links   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Bob and Doug McKenzie were the comic creations of Rick Moranis and Dave Thomas, a pair of Canadian performers who first rose to fame as members of the SCTV troupe.
Bob and Doug initially emerged in an SCTV sketch as the sibling hosts of a Canadian show called The Great White North; portraying the McKenzie brothers as beer-swilling imbeciles, the skit took a friendly..
Unexpectedly, the duo donned their old Bob and Doug costumes in 1997 to reunite for a television spot hawking Molson beer.
www.artistdirect.com /nad/music/artist/bio/0,,466252,00.html   (341 words)

 Canadiana - Bob&Doug McKenzie
Bob & Doug McKenzie first appeared on the classic Canadian television show SCTV in the late 1970s.
Bob & Doug McKenzie went on to produce two albums (one of which contains the infamous "The 12 Beers of Christmas" skit).
Recently, the McKenzie brothers appeared in a television commercial in the U.S. for Miller Brewing Co. The commercial was so successful, that it aired past its expiration date, and eventually became a series of commercials.
www.frymybacon.com /articles/articles.php?article_ID=319   (540 words)

 Webjay - "Bob and Doug McKenzie" by webjaybs
Bob and Doug McKenzie - 08 - Coffee Sandwich
Bob and Doug McKenzie - 17 - Okay, This is the End, Eh
Bob and Doug McKenzie - 03 - Mutants of 2051 II
webjay.org /by/webjaybs/bobanddougmckenzie   (527 words)

 Canconrox - Bob & Doug McKenzie
Bob went on to earn a master's in Beer and Backbacon at the University of Toronto while Doug attended Hoser Tech on a scholarship for public speaking.
Both were involved in several anti-drinking campaigns while in school and also gained the respect of their classmates for Bob's incredible musicianship and Doug's unmatched vocal prowess.
Bob and Doug captured the true essence of what it means to be Canadian.
www.canadianbands.com /Hosers.html   (809 words)

 The Adventures of Bob & Doug McKenzie: Strange Brew mistakes, goofs and bloopers
Later, the lawyer for Bob and Doug establishes the movie's timeframe by mentioning her kidnapping on October 10, 1983, which would make Pamela almost 24 years old instead.
Continuity: When Bob and Doug discover the control room, the lab assistant is unconscious in his chair.
Bob touches his back to see if he is all right, and the assistant falls forward and then carefully lays himself down on the floor.
www.moviemistakes.com /film2555?changes=yes   (448 words)

 Frederator Studios Blog
The Bob and Doug McKenzie characters first appeared on Second City TV in a series of live action sketches in the early 1980s--a time when some Channel Frederator fans were still scampering around in pampers.
Bob is played by Rick Moranis and Doug is played by Dave Thomas, with additional voices supplied by Tom Kenny and Jill Talley.
The cartoon versions of Bob & Doug were designed by Jerry Richardson, the Art Director on Kid Notorious The short was animated by Al Rosson and the team at ANIMAX Entertainment and was produced by Tim Jones and Michael Bellavia.
newtoons.frederator.com /post/784   (151 words)

 filmcritic.com Movie Review: Strange Brew
Without Bob and Doug McKenzie, there would be no Wayne and Garth, no Bill and Ted, and certainly no $27 million opening for Jackass.
It’s up to Bob and Doug to save the day, and their hapless attempts to do so give the movie its juice.
Bob and Doug hurl insults like “hoser”; and “take off!” at each other, drink lots, play-wrestle, and wear heavy winter coats and earmuffs indoors.
www.filmcritic.com /misc/emporium.nsf/84dbbfa4d710144986256c290016f76e/637fa1dc8fa24e0588256c6100153b73?OpenDocument   (839 words)

 Chill Magazine: Beaver Watch: Freaks of Legislation   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Released twenty years ago, the Bob and Doug movie Strange Brew was to be the crowning glory of the uber-Canuck McKenzie Brothers craze that began sweeping the continent in late 1981.
Hardly to be confused with Dr. Strangelove, the one and only Bob and Doug McKenzie movie nevertheless demonstrated a certain sketchy joie-de-vivre, most of it based in unbridled beer-lust.
At the beginning of the movie, Bob and Doug present their version of a post-Apocalyptic fantasy, in which the only survivor of a nuclear holocaust (Bob), goes searching for the only thing that matters when he realizes all else in the world is lost: beer.
www.thebeerstore.ca /chill/Issue1/issue1-departments-beaverwatch-bobdoug.html   (970 words)

 BobNET - Bob and Doug McKenzie News
Doug is forced to drink lite beer and watch his brother eat donuts and backbacon after his doctor tells him he needs to go on a diet, in this month's issue of The Hoser!
Bob and Doug find a pile of old empties in their attic that the Beer Store won't accept for return, so they decide it's easiest to build their own time machine and take them back to a point where they can get the deposit back, in this month's issue of The Hoser!
In this month's Hoser, Bob and Doug are "forced" into drinking too much beer when their fridge breaks down.
www.execulink.com /~bobnet/news/bobdoug.html   (3137 words)

 Bob and Doug McKenzie TAKE OFF!
A tribute to Bob & Doug McKenzie by Damage!
Fuelled by Bob & Doug's popularity, Rick Moranis and Dave Thomas venture forth into the recording studio.
"Something funny is brewing at Elsinore Castle..." In 1983, Bob & Doug hit the silver screen waging war with an evil brewmeister over a case of beer.
www.geocities.com /SunsetStrip/Underground/6756/takeoff.htm   (144 words)

 Rick Moranis
His television debut was in 1976 as a regular on the CBC-TV comedy series 90 Minutes Live, but it wasn’t until he joined the cast of the Canadian sketch comedy series SCTV in 1980 that he became a household name, not only in Canada, but in the States, where it played on the NBC network.
He and fellow cast member Dave Thomas developed characters called Bob and Doug McKenzie, brothers who were meant to represent stereotypical Canadian men.
The McKenzie brothers were such a hit with SCTV viewers that they even wound up starring in their own movie, Strange Brew (1983), written and directed by Moranis and Thomas.
www.tribute.ca /bio.asp?id=3450   (231 words)

 Bob and Doug McKenzie Sounds
Bob: "If hosehead there had his choice he wouldn't be in your ear he'd be in your nose, doin' some mining of, uh, mineral resources.
Bob: "That's our roadie 'cause like now that we have an album we have a roadie, and we're gettin' an equipment van, and like, there will be 12 tractor trailer loads full of equipment bringing our Coleman, and our openers are beers and 50 million pounds of backbacon."
Bob and Doug administering electro-shock therapy on each other.
www.losergeek.org /~niklas/bobanddoug.com/old/bdsounds.html   (1613 words)

 Mutant Reviewers from Hell do "Strange Brew"
Bob and Doug stem from the popular old comedy show "Second City TV", or just SCTV, where their weekly skit was called the Great White North.
Basically, you have two total goof brothers, Bob and Doug McKenzie (duh!), who enjoy nothing more in life than to drink beer and...
Anyways, as the movie starts out, Bob and Doug's new film (The Mutants of 2051 AD) bombs in theatres, and they give away their father's beer money to a man whose children were disappointed in the show.
www.mutantreviewers.com /rstrangebrew.html   (656 words)

 Amazon.com: Strange Brew: DVD: David Beard,Douglas Campbell,David Clement,Dora Dainton,Len Doncheff,Paul Dooley,Roger ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Bob and Doug Mackenzie (as seen on SCTV) help the orphan Pam regain the brewery founded by her recently-deceased father.
I've never seen SCTV, but a classic McKenzie Bros. sketch from the legendary show is included on this disc, as well as the film's trailer and a new animated short that includes Canada's favorite siblings since the Dionne quintuplets.
Doug (Dave Thomas) is the intellectually challenged schemer, while Bob (Rick Moranis) is the even-more intellectually challenged one who gets talked into Doug's schemes.
www.amazon.com /exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/B00006FDCT?vi=adamwadecom-20   (1588 words)

 3B Theater: Strange Brew!
Doug and LaRose try to stop the beer shipment while Bob and Pamela head back to the cafeteria to try and communicate with the ghost of her father again.
Bob drinks all the beer, expanding to the size of a whale.
And, yes, LaRose disposes of Smith after a climatic duel but Doug is too late to stop the beer shipment.
www.badmovieplanet.com /3btheater/s/strangebrew.html   (1480 words)

 USATODAY.com - Moose tracks lead to Bob and Doug, eh?   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
The antlered duo of Rutt and Tuke are voiced by Rick Moranis and Dave Thomas, creators of the flannel-shirted, beer-imbibing buffoons Bob and Doug McKenzie.
Moranis and Thomas later parlayed their McKenzie fame into multimedia fool's gold, including a 1983 cult classic that combined Hamlet and ale, Strange Brew; a best-selling comedy album; and ads for Pizza Hut and Jiffy Lube.
Q: Bob and Doug were spawned as a subversive way to meet the Canadian government's requirement of having a certain amount of Canadian content on TV and radio.
www.usatoday.com /life/movies/news/2003-10-28-moose-tracks_x.htm   (715 words)

 The Adventures of Bob & Doug McKenzie: Strange Brew (1983)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Plot Outline: Canada's most famous hosers, Bob and Doug McKenzie, get jobs at the Elsinore Brewery, only to learn that something is rotten with the state of it.
Bob and doug are on stand, in the courtroom]
The Judge: I remind you not to speak, until you are spoken to.
www.imdb.com /title/tt0086373   (426 words)

Bob and Doug McKenzie (played by Rick Moranis and Dave Thomas, respectively) are popular worldwide with fans of, in no particular order, beer, back bacon, doughnuts, beer, one-liners, Canadiana (that's like Americana only...
The fully detailed and articulated Bob and Doug action figures are sold separately with a complement of extras, voice chips with signature sound phrases and half a diorama that assembles into a complete custom backdrop (with plenty o' suds) when the figures are put together.
McKenzie Brothers are ™ and © of McKenzie Brothers Merchandising Co. Ltd.
www.spawn.com /toys/series.aspx?division=toys&category=movies&series=mckenziebrothers   (210 words)

 Anthony Hopkins
After Rick Moranis joined the show, he and Thomas created characters called Bob and Doug McKenzie as a joke, in a response to a request for more Canadian content.
The McKenzie brothers were meant to represent stereotypical Canadian men.
They also provide the voices of Bob and Doug in the TV series The Animated Adventures of Bob and Doug McKenzie (2003).
www.tribute.ca /all_actors/bios/3449.htm   (313 words)

 Strange Brew: Commentary, Pictures and Sounds Files
It's safe to say that Strange Brew's appeal is not thanks to a great (or even passable) plot, but to the dopey and appealing Mckenzie brothers, who spend most of their time alternating between drunken squabbling and scheming for their next beers.
Doug, the know-it-all elder, is the idea-man, quoting Star Wars and endlessly taunting little brother Bob, charming in his I'd-kisss-you-if-I-didn't-have-puke-breath naiveté.
Since so much of what comes out of Bob and Doug's mouths begs to be made into system sounds, I'm breaking with tradition and providing these sound files in WAV format rather than RealAudio.
www.alicia-logic.com /capscomments/capsStrangeBrew.asp   (273 words)

 SCTV Guide: Episode Guide: After SCTV: Bob and Doug McKenzie LPs
Bob and Doug released two records and one film, Strange Brew.
The soundtrack was released August 1983 on Anthem Records (ANR 1-1042; long out of print) and includes excerpts from the movie, the theme song, and some other bits (full title: The Adventures of Bob and Doug McKenzie Strange Brew Excerpts From the Original Soundtrack).
The soundtrack won the Juno (Canadian-style Grammy) for Best Comedy Album in 1984, and Bob and Doug accepted the award in person at the ceremony, held December 5 1984 and hosted by Joe Flaherty and Andrea Martin.
sctvguide.ca /episodes/as_gwn.htm   (383 words)

 Bob and Doug's "The Twelve Days of Christmas" - Christmas Music Quiz
Bob and Doug's "The Twelve Days of Christmas" - Christmas Music Quiz
Bob and Doug's "The Twelve Days of Christmas"
From Bob and Doug McKenzie's album "The Great White North".
www.funtrivia.com /quizdetails.cfm?id=61369   (70 words)

 Eclectric Dragonfly: Movie Screen Caps Database Search Results
Strange Brew: Bob and Doug down the last beers in the house so their dad won't get them.
Strange Brew: Bob and Doug McKenzie in the van.
Strange Brew: Bob and Doug McKenzie in the loony bin, eh.
www.alicia-logic.com /capspages/caps_viewall.asp?titleid=35   (244 words)

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