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‘Happy Gilmore’: 7 Most-Quotable Lines

Happy Gilmore was released on February 16, 1996.Per Box Office Mojo, Happy Gilmore grossed $41 million worldwide with a budget of $12 million. However, the film has continued to grow in popularity since its release, especially in the golf community. This seemingly has led to a sequel now being in the works at Netflix.[inlink id="happy-gilmore-2-netflix" text="As previously reported"], Happy Gilmore 2 was announced by Netflix during an Upfront presentation on May 15. Adam Sandler will reprise the role of Happy Gilmore, but little else is known about the film. The Hollywood Reporter notes the sequel is part of Sandler's current development deal with Netflix that's worth $250 million. So far, the deal has yielded eight different titles, including his 2018 stand-up special 100% Fresh and the 2023 teen comedy You Are So Not Invited to My Bat Mitzvah, where he starred alongside his wife, Jackie, and his two daughters, Sadie and Sunny. While Sandler is confirmed for Happy Gilmore 2, there will be some previous cast members who will sadly not be part of the sequel. In 2024, there have been two notable deaths from the Happy Gilmore cast. The first came in February when Carl Weathers, who played golf pro Chubbs, [inlink id="carl-weathers-dies-at-76" text="died at age 76"].Sandler shared in tribute, "A true great man. Great dad. Great actor. Great athlete. So much fun to be around always. Smart as hell. Loyal as hell. Funny as hell. Loved his sons more than anything. What a guy!! Everyone loved him. My wife and I had the best times with him every time we saw him. Love to his entire family and Carl will always be known as a true legend." The second came in April, when SCTV alum Joe Flaherty [inlink id="adam-sandler-joe-flaherty-tribute" text="died at age 82"]. Flaherty was billed as "Jeering Fan," who heckled Gilmore by notably calling him "jackass." Sandler wrote, "Oh man. Worshipped Joe growing up. Always had me and my brother laughing. Count Floyd, Guy Caballero. Any move he made. He crushed as border guard in Stripes. Couldn’t be more fun to have him heckle me on the golf course."He concluded, "The nicest guy you could know. Genius of a comedian. And a true sweetheart. Perfect combo. Much love to his kids, and thanks to Joe for all the greatness he gave us all." With the heckle of "jackass" likely now ringing in your head, we thought we would celebrate some other iconic lines from the comedy. In honor of the new sequel, here are seven of the most-quotable lines from Happy Gilmore.

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