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Disorderlies movie poster.jpg
The theatrical poster for Disorderlies
Directed by Michael Schultz
Produced by George Jackson
Michael Jaffe
Doug McHenry
Joseph E. Zynczak
Written by Mark Feldberg
Mitchell Klebanoff
Music by Anne Dudley
J. J. Jeczalik
Distributed by Warner Bros.
Release date
  • August 14, 1987 (1987-08-14) (U.S.)
Running time
86 min
Country United States
Language English
Box office $10,348,437

Disorderlies is a 1987 comedy film starring the rap group, The Fat Boys, and Ralph Bellamy.

Plot summary[edit]

Winslow Lowry, the no-good, indebted nephew of elderly, infirm billionaire Albert Dennison seeks to speed his uncle's demise by hiring three of the most inept orderlies he can possibly find. The trio, Markie, Buffy and Kool, only mean well, however, and their good-natured antics actually help re-energize the ailing Albert. They find out about Winslow's scheme and try to stop it from taking place.


Commercial performance[edit]

The film made more than $10 million at the box office.[1]


In addition to the score co-composed by Anne Dudley from the Art of Noise, the soundtrack features The Fat Boys performing a cover version of The Beatles' "Baby, You're a Rich Man", as well as other rap, pop and rock tracks. The soundtrack CD was last issued in 1995 and has since gone out of print.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Baby, You're a Rich Man" – The Fat Boys
  2. "I Heard a Rumour" – Bananarama
  3. "Disorderly Conduct" – Latin Rascals
  4. "Big Money" – Ca$hflow
  5. "Don't Treat Me Like This" – Anita
  6. "Edge of a Broken Heart" – Bon Jovi
  7. "Trying to Dance" – Tom Kimmel
  8. "Roller One" – Art of Noise
  9. "Fat Off My Back" – Gwen Guthrie
  10. "Work Me Down" – Laura Hunter


  1. ^ "Disorderlies @ boxofficemojo.com". boxofficemojo.com. Retrieved 5 December 2009. 

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