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How ‘Trading Places’ Inspired ‘The Eddie Murphy Rule’ In 2010’s Sweeping Wall Street Reform Bill

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How ‘Trading Places’ Inspired ‘The Eddie Murphy Rule’ In 2010’s Sweeping Wall Street Reform Bill Empty How ‘Trading Places’ Inspired ‘The Eddie Murphy Rule’ In 2010’s Sweeping Wall Street Reform Bill

Post  fatbob5 Sat Jun 19, 2021 9:48 pm

The brilliant and hilarious 1983 comedy Trading Places is one of those movies, like Die Hard, that takes place around Christmas, and therefore qualifies as a Christmas movie by virtue of the season. On that score, then, Trading Places is one of my all-time favorite Christmas movies. It was Eddie Murphy, Dan Aykroyd, and Jamie Lee Curtis all at the peaks of their careers, creatively, and Ralph Bellamy and Don Ameche with absolutely brilliant turns as Randolph and Mortimer Duke, i.e., the Waldorf and Statler of of Trading Places. .........


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