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Whoops Apocalypse (1988)





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Tipping the scales on the Monty Python-esque side of broad comedy, this outrageous and classically British farce is a series of episodes involving the U.S., a small Caribbean nation, the British government, and the military. The American president is a former clown who dies after asking someone to punch him in the stomach to prove how strong he is. The vice-president (Loretta Swit) takes over and heads for trouble right away. A British island has been invaded by a Caribbean dictatorship and the gay British admiral sent to command naval operations takes a warm-hearted, 1940s-style leave of his "spouse." A Princess working as a nurse overdoes it when asked to shave a sailor for an operation. The British Prime Minister decides that if the unemployment situation could be easily solves if the employed would only jump off a cliff. And so it goes on and on, with some of the skits delving into more violent and sacrilegious themes.


Loretta Swit
as President Barbara Adams
Peter Cook
as Sir Mortimer Chris
Rik Mayall
as Special Air Services Sergeant
Ian Richardson
as Rear-Admiral Benish
Herbert Lom
as General Mosquera
Alexei Sayle
as Alexi Sayle
Shane Rimmer
as Marvin Gelber (Secretary of State)
Richard Murdoch
as Cabinet Minister
Daniel Benzali
as William Kubert (Secretary of Defense)
Harold Bergman
as Desk Clerk
Czeslaw Grocholski
as President Trezhnikov
Murray Hamilton
as Jack Preston (ex-President)
Leon Lissek
as Politburo member
Ian McNeice
as Thrush (Journalist)
Joanne Pearce
as Princess Wendy
Richard Pearson
as Michael Sumpter (Defence Secretary)
Marc Smith
as Dan Hickey (TV Anchorman)
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