Kingpin is a 1996 slapstick comedy film directed by the Farrelly brothers and starring Woody Harrelson, Randy Quaid, Vanessa Angel, and Bill Murray. It was filmed in and around Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania as a stand-in for Scranton, Amish country and even Reno, Nevada.
Roy Munson (Woody Harrelson) is a bowling prodigy who wins the 1979 Iowa state amateur championship and plans to leave his tiny (fictional) hometown of Ocelot, Iowa to go on the...
Roy tries to take Ishmael and ditch Claudia, but has difficulty keeping Ishma...
Even though Claudia and Roy both seem to care for Ishmael, they can't get alo...
Claudia mocks Roy when he tries to talk to a girl who was making a pass at Is...
When Claudia talks about Roy's hand, Ishmael is oblivious to an innuendo.
Roy reads the letter Ishmael left behind when he ran away from him and Claudia.
Roy gets kicked in the groin by Claudia.
To resolve Ishamel getting in a sticky situation involving another man's girl...
When Roy tries to convince Ishmael to pursue a bowling career, Ishmael misint...
Roy Munson thought he milked a cow, and doesn't take it well when he's told w...
Roy and Claudia get into a rough fistfight.
Roy accuses Claudia of trying to get to Ishmael.
When Claudia and Roy leave to talk alone, Ishmael senses trouble.
Roy abruptly and randomly flips out at someone far away.
When Roy Munson questions Ernie's scheme, Ernie scares him into going along ...
Ernie introduces himself to some ladies sitting at the table behind him.
Ernie warns Roy how that one random incident could ruin his whole bowling ca...
Roy excitedly tells his dad that he's going to make to a professional bowling...
The movie opens with a flashback featuring Roy and his father Calvert.