Directed by: John Landis
Starring: Eddie Murphy, Feather, Garcelle Beauvais, James Earl Jones, John Amos, Paul Bates
Genres: Comedy, Romance
Question: How much money did Prince Akeem give to the homeless Randolph and Mortimer Duke from "Trading Places" (1983)?
Chosen answer: Unknown since we can't see the denomination. But at least a couple thousand dollars.
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Clarence: Fuck you, fuck you, and fuck you! Who's next?
When Akeem and Semmi get their apartment, the landlord says that the room has only one window facing a brick wall. But when Akeem is out on the fire escape, he yells out to a street, not a wall. And there are two windows.
The man who is getting a (fake) haircut as Akeem first enters the barber shop is played by a then-unknown Cuba Gooding Jr.