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Party animal Tommy Callahan (Chris Farley) is definitely a few cans short of a six-pack. But after seven years Tommy's finally earned his diploma - and a cushy job at Callahan Auto Parts. Returning home Tommy gets some more great news: his dad (Brian Dennehy) is marrying a real 10 (Bo Derek) and Tommy will get the stepbrother (Rob Lowe) he always wanted. Awesome! But as fast as you can say Who killed the keg? the family business starts tanking. Now Tommy's got to hit the road with his dad's right-hand man a smug number-cruncher (David Spade). And what these two don't know about salesmanship could fill a book - and a riotously funny movie!
Party animal Tommy Callahan (Chris Farley) is definitely a few cans short of a six-pack. But after seven years Tommy's finally earned his diploma - and a cushy job at Callahan Auto Parts. Returning home Tommy gets some more great news: his dad (Brian Dennehy) is marrying a real 10 (Bo Derek) and Tommy will get the stepbrother (Rob Lowe) he always wanted. Awesome! But as fast as you can say Who killed the keg? the family business starts tanking. Now Tommy's got to hit the road with his dad's right-hand man a smug number-cruncher (David Spade). And what these two don't know about salesmanship could fill a book - and a riotously funny movie!
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 - Tommy Boy

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Format: DVD
Label: PRT
Rel. Date: 02/07/2017
UPC: 032429258373

Tommy Boy
Format: DVD
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Party animal Tommy Callahan (Chris Farley) is definitely a few cans short of a six-pack. But after seven years Tommy's finally earned his diploma - and a cushy job at Callahan Auto Parts. Returning home Tommy gets some more great news: his dad (Brian Dennehy) is marrying a real 10 (Bo Derek) and Tommy will get the stepbrother (Rob Lowe) he always wanted. Awesome! But as fast as you can say Who killed the keg? the family business starts tanking. Now Tommy's got to hit the road with his dad's right-hand man a smug number-cruncher (David Spade). And what these two don't know about salesmanship could fill a book - and a riotously funny movie!
        
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