Grossing nearly million at the domestic box office (the 17th-highest of the year), it was the first of a series of similar comedies.
A sequel, Caddyshack II, followed in 1988, although only Chase reprised his role and the film was poorly received.
Danny often caddies for Ty Webb, a suave and talented golfer and the son of one of Bushwood's co-founders.
Danny decides to gain favor with Judge Elihu Smails, the country club's stodgy co-founder and director of the caddie scholarship program, by caddying for him.
Webb’s series was published on the Mercury News’s fledgling website, but it wasn't exactly an instant sensation.
Caddyshack is a 1980 American comedy film directed by Harold Ramis and written by Brian Doyle-Murray, Ramis, and Douglas Kenney.
Dark Alliance has been called one of the most explosive and controversial exposés in American journalism, and was the first investigative story to "go viral".
Kill the Messenger, based on his account of what happened and a book of the same name about the saga by journalist Nick Schou was recently released in cinemas.Currently with 226 pages, we look at Mike's life from start to its tragic end and try to cover everything on the way. The newspaper report he'd written suggested that a US-backed rebel army in Latin America was supplying the drugs responsible for blighting some of Los Angeles's poorest neighbourhoods – and, crucially, that the CIA must have known about it.The Mercury News's coverage of the Loma Prieta quake, to which Webb contributed, earned the paper a Pulitzer prize, the highest honour in American journalism.But the story that would make Webb’s name — and then contribute to his (many would say) unwarranted downfall, and then untimely death – began more than a decade earlier.