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Black Sheep, Movie, 1996 IMDB

Pictures provided by: modell, Black Bart 2

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Also known as:

  • Black Sheep - Schwarzes Schaf mit wei▀er Weste (Germany)
  • Black Sheep - Unkraut verdirbt nicht (Germany)
  • La pecora nera (Italy)
  • Mike l'acchiappavoti (Italy)

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Rocker B. J.

2006-01-27 20:22

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Chris Farley drives a 1969 Pontiac Bonneville in this movie.

carchasesfanatic ES

2006-10-26 23:23

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any chases or crashes?

Blingy US

2006-10-26 23:30

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A really good chase between the Hopped up Caprice and a Motorcycle!

modell US

2006-10-26 23:36

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carchasesfanatic wrote any chases or crashes?


There's chase between the souped-up '87 Caprice and the later model Caprice and Harley.

In one scene, Chris Farley's tie gets stuck when closing the trunk of the Caddy, oblivious to the eldery couple driving it. It then drives around a parking lot, dragging Chris around.

The Ford truck weaves through traffic and drives over a sidewalk, smashing parking meters in its path.

carchasesfanatic ES

2006-10-26 23:40

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thanks :)

landrover1 AR

2006-10-27 20:17

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this movie is so funny...and the car they use is so old...

booster EU

2006-11-14 23:42

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There are actually no chases in this movie; just the souped up Caprice accelerates and escapes from Police.

Black Bart 2 US

2015-04-06 15:15

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Some extra vehicles ready to be added.

karoomay SY

2015-04-07 14:48

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Maybe you could provide HQ image replacements for the cars already listed?

Black Bart 2 US

2015-04-07 22:02

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Sure, I'll provide them later today.

Black Bart 2 US

2015-04-08 01:01

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Better pictures supplied in the comments section of each older entry. Also seven extra cars ready to be added.

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Black Bart 2 US

2015-04-08 01:07

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Better than Tommy Boy in my honest opinion.

Black Bart 2 US

2015-04-08 01:10

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BrentMosher420 US

2015-04-08 02:30

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Black Bart 2 wrote Better than Tommy Boy in my honest opinion.

In what way? I love both movies, but how is this better?

Black Bart 2 US

2015-04-08 04:06

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BrentMosher420 wrote
In what way? I love both movies, but how is this better?


I do like Tommy Boy. But to me, Chris Farley was way better in this movie. He was just out of control and whenever he was doing something that is just downright crazy (like the scene where he is getting dragged by the Cadillac or his epic speech at the Rock The Vote concert, just to name a few), I just couldn't stop laughing. I also found the plot more interesting and being set in 90's Washington, felt like the more pure comedy from the 1990's. And I'll take the nitrous-equipped police car over the GTX any day. :sun:

karoomay SY

2015-04-08 05:48

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This is also one of my favorite Chris Farley movies along with Tommy Boy and Beverly Hills Ninja. :D

BrentMosher420 US

2015-04-08 07:21

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Black Bart 2 wrote

I do like Tommy Boy. But to me, Chris Farley was way better in this movie. He was just out of control and whenever he was doing something that is just downright crazy (like the scene where he is getting dragged by the Cadillac or his epic speech at the Rock The Vote concert, just to name a few), I just couldn't stop laughing. I also found the plot more interesting and being set in 90's Washington, felt like the more pure comedy from the 1990's. And I'll take the nitrous-equipped police car over the GTX any day. :sun:

You make a good point. I just love Chris Farley movies in general, although my friend despises him and is glad he overdosed (he has no sense of humor).

rtsbusman1997 US

2015-04-08 08:51

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Boy, that escalated quickly. What is his favorite actor, I wonder?

BrentMosher420 US

2015-04-08 12:12

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rtsbusman1997 wrote Boy, that escalated quickly. What is his favorite actor, I wonder?

He says he' s undecided between Hayden Christensen and Leonardo DiCaprio. The only comedic actor he likes is Seth Rogen, which is ironic because Rogen has always stuck me as ripoff of Farley.

Black Bart 2 US

2015-04-08 14:55

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BrentMosher420 wrote The only comedic actor he likes is Seth Rogen, which is ironic because Rogen has always stuck me as ripoff of Farley.


Agreed. Seth Rogen is nothing compared to Chris Farley and John Candy.

BrentMosher420 US

2015-04-08 15:11

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Black Bart 2 wrote

Agreed. Seth Rogen is nothing compared to Chris Farley and John Candy.

:beer: Great minds think alike!

Baube QC

2015-04-08 15:15

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Missing John Candy...

Black Bart 2 US

2015-04-08 17:46

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Baube wrote Missing John Candy...


I mentioned John Candy because he was a another great comedic actor and had also died due to being overweight.

BrentMosher420 US

2015-04-09 12:22

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I am easily saddend by anyone's death, but my friend seems pretty insensitive about the subject; I asked him to cut Farley some slack, and he simply responded "I am surprised that fat retard took as long as he did to keel over". What causes his hostility I have no idea...

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