Today's FSF comes from one of most underrated and under appreciated comedies of the 80's. I first saw Used Cars when I was around 10 or 11. Although I didn't understand some of the comedy at the time, I thought it was hilarious. Plus mom and dad didn't know I watched it, so that made it even better. It stars a young Kurt Russell as a wise talking, shister of a car salesman. A role similar to his character in another funny movie, The Best of Times. Used Cars was written and directed by Robert Zemeckis and produced by non other than Steven Spielberg. How can you not wanna a see a movie with those three involved?
Rudy Russo (Russell) and Jeff (Gerrit Graham) portray slacker car salesmen working for used car dealer Luke Fuchs (Jack Warden). Luke's competition is his brother Roy (Warden as well), who is located directly across the street. Roy has plans to take over his brother's poorly run lot, but after Luke dies, Rudy and Jeff have other plans.
In this scene, Jeff and Freddie (David L. Lander a.k.a "Squiggy") have high jacked the air waves to run a commercial for New Deal Used Cars. Jeff, dressed as Marshall Lucky, shoots down the competition as well as the menacing Mr. High Prices (Frank McRae) himself. It's one of the funniest scenes in a movie filled with tons funny scenes. Enjoy and if you've never seen it, do yourself a favor and check it out.