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Stripes is a American buddy military comedy film directed by Ivan Reitman and starring Bill Murray, Harold Ramis, Warren Oates, P. J. Soles, Sean Young. Comedy Bill Murray and P.J. Soles in Stripes () Bill Murray and Warren Oates in Stripes () Bill Murray and P.J. Soles in Stripes () Bill Murray and Harold. 18 Jun It's odd how a comedy from can seem more outdated than say one from Irreverent is the nicest way to put it. That's not to say Stripes.
1 Jan Stripes” is an anarchic slob movie, a celebration of all. John Winger, an indolent sad sack in his 30s, impulsively joins the U.S. Army after losing his job, his girlfriend and his apartment. 23 May Stripes () is the third comedy classic of Bill Murray's career following Caddyshack () and Meatballs (). His streak would continue.
Stripes is the military comedy starring Bill Murray and Harold Ramis (both would later re-team with director Ivan Reitman for the comedy classic. 4 Jul Stripes was originally pitched by director Ivan Reitman as a Cheech and Chong Army movie. . Stripes () - Do Wah Diddy Diddy. Info. 30 Nov Directed by: Ivan Reitman Starring: Bill Murray, John Candy, and Harold Ramis Stripes Movie Summary The genius of Stripes is that it stars. 4 Jul Stripes  film/movie review. staple of Bill Murray's career, it's crazy to think Stripes began as a prospective Cheech and Chong vehicle. 23 Mar At the end of a very bad day when he realizes his life has gone and is going nowhere, John Winger is able to convince his best friend, Russell.
28 Nov Stripes (). It's sometimes hard to revisit an old favourite from childhood as their previous appeal tends to get lost in the intervening years. Comedy. John Winger has a bad day. He loses, in chronological order, his job as a cab driver, the private car that was his pride and joy, the gorgeous girl who. Stripes summary of box office results, charts and release information and related links. Len Blum and Dan Goldberg had already teamed up with Harold Ramis to write the summer camp romp Meatballs when they created a second straight vehicle.