In Kingpin, Bill Murray plays Ernie "Big Ern" McCracken, a professional bowler who'll backstab anyone to get ahead including bowling prodigy Roy Munson. That rose bowling ball is his gravy train with biscuit wheels.
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June 4, 2013 by Jaime
If you have to go against someone in bowling it might as well be Jesus “The Jesus” Quintana. His choice of jumpsuits and bowling ball shining skills make him, at the very least, an entertaining opponent. Not to mention his off the wall insults and sweet dance moves leave you wondering what he’s doing when he’s not bowling.
October 24, 2015 by Tom
In What About Bob?, Bob Wiley (Bill Murray) is a good-natured psychiatric patient. When his therapist goes on vacation, Bob decides to follow. Initially, he’s only a mild annoyance to Dr. Marvin but as Bob ingratiates himself and his condition improves, Dr. Marvin gets pushed over the edge.April 21, 2014 by Tom
In Caddyshack, when the upscale Bushwood Country Club is overrun with a gopher infestation, it’s the unhinged Carl Spackler (Bill Murray) who’s called in. And when flooding them out of their holes doesn’t work, he embarks on a scorched earth campaign.