Copper Mountain (film)

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Copper Mountain
Coppermountaincover.jpg
DVD cover
Directed by David Mitchell (director)
Produced by Damian Lee
David Mitchell
Written by Damian Lee
David Mitchell
Starring Jim Carrey
Alan Thicke
Music by Rainer Wiens
Distributed by Rose & Ruby
Release date
  • 1983 (1983)
Running time
60 minutes
Language English

Copper Mountain is a 1983 comedy film written and directed by Damian Lee and David Mitchell. It consists songs performed by artists, Rita Coolidge and other country singers, and the half of the film is either more or less an infomercial about the now-closed Club Med village at the ski resort at Copper Mountain, Colorado.

Plot[edit]

Two friends travel to a Colorado ski resort. One looking to hit the slopes and the other attempts to seduce women.

Cast[edit]

Jim Carrey ... Bobby Todd
Alan Thicke ... Jackson Reach
Richard Gautier ... Sonny Silverton
Ziggy Lorenc (credited as Ziggy Laurence) ... Michelle
Rod Hebron ... Yogi Hebadaddy
Jean Laplac ... Chef de Village
Randi Brooks ... girl #1
Toni St. Vincent ... girl #2
Bita Jaretta ... girl at the Bar
Bruce Carr ... race official
Paul Lodi ... race starter
Jean-Claude Killy ... himself
Damian Lee ... helicopter guide
Edwin Halsnes ... himself
Barry Stone ... reporter #1
Rompin' Ronnie Hawkins ... himself
Steve Sexton ... himself
Bill Champlin ... himself
Tamara Champlin ... herself
Rita Coolidge ... herself

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