The title "The Spy Who Shagged Me" is then displayed.
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During rehearsals in Chicago, his two young actresses, Molly Ringwald and Ally Sheedy, joined swiftly by co-producer Michelle Manning, ganged up on him. This is really sexist and misogynistic, they told Hughes. The Russian caricature would pull the audience completely out of what was really a serious movie, he insisted.“Ned said we’re not doing that,” Manning reported to Hughes.“Well, I can’t fire Rick Moranis,” responded Hughes.“Then I guess I have to,” said Manning.Other more realistic teenage-oriented films included Tex (1982) with Matt Dillon, Baby, It's You (1983) with Rosanna Arquette, and director Martha Coolidge's Valley Girl (1983) with Nicolas Cage and Deborah Foreman. You don't know how long I've waited for this moment." After unzipping his fly, she told him: "There's another thing I've been dying to do." Unfortunately, it was all an imaginary fantasy in his head.ribald military comedy from director Ivan Reitman starred Bill Murray as US Army enlistee John Winger, Harold Ramis as his best friend Russell Ziskey, John Candy (in his breakthrough role) as Dewey "Ox" Oxberger who tangled with a bunch of bikini-clad mud wrestlers, and Winger's love-interest Stella (P. When he arrived, classmate hunk Bronk (Josh Cadman) answered the door and prevented any sort of rendezvous between them.The narrator then talks about this title and eventually says that due to a lawsuit, the movie will be renamed to "Austinpussy" (Octopussy (1983)).The narrator then says that the title needs to be changed again in order to obtain a PG-13.