Check out Bill Murray’s beer scenes from “Caddyshack”, “Stripes”, “Ghostbusters” “St. Vincent”, “Kingpin”, “Mad Dog and Glory”, “Tootsie’, “Where the Buffalo Roam” & “Quick Change”.
Bill Murray abbeers with Budweiser signage in this bank robbing comedy. Check out counter features 40’s of Colt 45 and Olde English 800 and sixers of Coors and Bud. Jason Robards is spotted in front of a Coors filled cooler and there’s also an ad for ‘The Banquet Beer’ on the bus.
Bill Murray is a mobster and part time comedian whose life is saved by lonely cop Robert DeNiro. David Caruso abbeers with a bottle of Michelob and there are six packs of Budweiser, Bud Light and Michelob Light in the store cooler. Other subtle sightings include Bud can at comedy club and bow tie neon.
This horrible sequel delivers only one beer scene but it’s an interesting one. Sigourney Weaver breastfeeds while Bill Murray holds up a New York Jets sweatshirt in front of a table full of Budweiser bottles.
Dustin Hoffman plays an out of work actor who cross dresses his way onto a soap opera as ‘Dorothy’. Bill Murray and Teri Garr abbeer in the party scene with bottles and cans of Budweiser. Charles Durning watches ‘the big reveal’ while enjoying a Michelob. There’s also a bottle of Molson Golden in the bar scene when Dusty returns the …
Bill Murray portrays ‘gonzo’ journalist Hunter S. Thompson and Peter Boyle plays his lawyer, Lazlo, in this bio-comedy. Lots of beer here including bottles of Heineken at Super Bowl VI and cans of Olympia and Budweiser while on the 1972 campaign trail.
Woody Harrelson plays a bowler who’s career was “cut off” prematurely. He teams up with an Amish Randy Quaid and heads to a tournament in Reno and faces old nemesis Bill Murray. The Budweiser placement is plentiful with Bud Light, Dry and Ice. Roger Clemens has a beer cameo and Vanessa Angel’s Busch scene is outstanding.
Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd and Harold Ramis start up a supernatural spook removal service and Sigourney Weaver is their first customer. There’s plenty of Budweiser spotted and we also get a nice dashboard Michelob can. The “Budweiser Light’ bottle in fridge is a early version before they shortened it up to ‘Bud Light’.
“Lighten up Frances”. Bill Murray and Harold Ramis star as the Army’s newest and oldest recruits. There’s plenty of clear Schlitz sightings and we get Pabst and Hamm’s neon. ‘Dewey Oxburger’ remains one of my favorite characters in cinema history.
It’s the ‘Snobs vs. the Slobs’ in this classic golf comedy. A camoflauged Bill Murray is seen running with a couple Bud six packs and he also appears with Michelob and Natty Light. Chevy Chase and Ted Knight appear with brew and Rodney Dangerfield’s golf bag with the Budweiser tapper is top notch. Finally, there’s a nice Clydesdale sign with …
Bill Murray stars alongside some good background signage. We get some rarities including a Pabst Extra Light, Amstel and a nice Ballentine in this dramatic comedy.