Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure

Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure
Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure




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Bill and Ted - alias Bill S Preston Esquire and Ted "Theodore" Logan - are a couple of teenage heavy metal dudes who simply love to rock. But they're not so keen on studying - and their grades are far from excellent. Little do they know their band Wyld Stallyns will change the future of the world - so a strange character called Rufus comes back in time to help them pass their history exam, and in the process they collect a range of real-life historical figures, including Napoleon and Genghis Khan, to put on the show of a lifetime. With two loveable heroes, some hilarious scenes and great catchphrases ("party on dudes!"), this is a winning cult comedy.

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Contains mild bad language.

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