|Directed by||Michael Schultz|
|Written by||Mark Feldberg|
|Produced by||George Jackson|
Joseph E. Zynczak
|Music by||Anne Dudley|
J. J. Jeczalik
|Distributed by||Warner Bros.|
Disorderlies is a 1987 screwball comedy feature film starring the rap group, The Fat Boys, and Ralph Bellamy. The film was directed by Michael Schultz who also directed The Fat Boys in Krush Groove.
Winslow Lowry is a no-good, indebted gambler and the nephew of elderly, infirm millionaire Albert Dennison. Winslow seeks to speed up his uncle's demise by hiring three of the most inept orderlies he can possibly find. The trio (played by The Fat Boys Markie, Buffy and Kool) only mean well, however, and their good-natured antics actually help re-energize the ailing Albert. In the end the trio and Albert learn about Winslow's scheme and try to stop him.
The film made more than $10 million at the box office.
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.