In this sequel to the 1981 hit movie, Arthur manages to lose his entire $750 million fortune. Will the former millionaire playboy be able to survive as a broke, unemployable alcoholic? To add to Arthur's problems, wife Linda's biological clock is ticking louder than ever, and she's pressuring him to start taking responsibility for himself.
Jean-Marc Rocher <firstname.lastname@example.org>
No Money. Still Funny.
Did You Know?
Apparently, when Arthur
(1981) was first touted, Dudley Moore
thought (perhaps jokingly) that the movie was about King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table. See more
When Arthur enters Bert Johnson's yacht and is walking through the main cabin filled with Christmas party guests, a boom microphone operator can be seen on the right side of the screen. See more
[Arthur is conversing with the ghost of Hobson
Arthur, I've seen your son.
[Arthur, inebriated, looks stricken
I've told him all about you. But he still wants to meet you very much.
Ah, old man, you're not playing fair!
Written and Performed by Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark
Courtesy of Virgin Records/A&M Records See more