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Here you will find video clips of the great man John Candy. We hope to build a complete archive of hundreds and hundreds of video clips from John Candy movies, interviews and documentaries!

1941
1941
Steven Spielberg's 'comedy spectacular' from 1979. John Candy plays a small role in this movie as Private Foley. John's good friends Dan Aykroyd, John Belushi and Joe Flaherty also make an appearence.
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Armed and Dangerous
Armed and Dangerous
John Candy and his best friend Eugene Levy star in this fun 1986 comedy with Meg Ryan.
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Blumpoe the Grumpoe Meets Arnold the Cat
Blumpoe the Grumpoe Meets Arnold the Cat
John Candy narrates this Shelley Duvall Bedtime story. Released in 1992.
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Boris and Natasha
Boris and Natasha
1992 Live version of the fondly remembered "Rocky and Bullwinkle" cartoon series. John Candy had a small cameo as a character called Kalishak. John's old SCTV buddy Dave Thomas stars.
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Brewster's Millions
Brewster's Millions
Clips of John Candy, whilst playing the comedy side-kick to Richard Pryor. (1985)
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Canadian Bacon
Canadian Bacon
Clips from Michael Moore's 1995 political satire comedy starring John Candy as Sheriff Bud Boomer and Rhea Perlman as his deputy Honey.
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Career Opportunities
Career Opportunities
Clips of John Candy's uncredited cameo in this 1991 movie written by his good friend John Hughes. The movie is also known as 'One Wild Night' in some parts of the world.
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Christopher Candy
Christopher Candy
John Candy's son, Christopher, born in 1984. Doesn't he have his father's eyes and smile!
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Class of '44
Class of '44
John Candy's first official appearence in a movie! Made in 1973. It's a very small speaking part and it's uncredited, but it is definately John, he was around 23 years old at the time.
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Comic Spirit
Comic Spirit
The John Candy documentary featured on the special edition DVD of Spaceballs.
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Cool Runnings
Cool Runnings
Some John Candy scenes from the 1994 Walt Disney hit movie.
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Deadly Companion
Deadly Companion
This 1980 movie, which has a brief appearence by John Candy, is also known as "Double Negative" in some parts of the world. Lots of other SCTV members also make brief appearences. Notably, it marks Catherine O'Hara's feature film debut.
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Delirious
Delirious
Clips from the 1991 movie starring John Candy, Mariel Hemingway and Emma Sams. Soap Opera writer Jack Gable (John Candy) finds he can control events around him... by writing them!
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E! True Hollywood story
E! True Hollywood story
This biography of John Candy includes, how he grew up, clips from movies and interviews from friends and colleagues.
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Find the Lady
Find the Lady
John Candy stars as police officer Kopek in this 1976 comedy along side some famous stars of the day; Mickey Rooney, Peter Cook and Dick Emery. This is one of John Candy's earliest films.
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Going Berserk
Going Berserk
One of John Candy's first starring roles in a movie, made back in 1983. John Bourgignon (John Candy) plays a drummer/chauffeur engaged to a congressman's daughter. John's SCTV co-stars Eugene Levy and Joe Flaherty also make an appearance.
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Heavy Metal
Heavy Metal
John Candy provided the voice for some characters in this 1981 animated movie based on the comic of the same name.
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Hercules in New York
Hercules in New York
John Candy's first appearance in a movie! Or is it…
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Holy Cross Cemetery and Mortuary
Holy Cross Cemetery and Mortuary
John's resting place in Culver City, California, just outside Los Angeles.
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Home Alone
Home Alone
John Candy has a small cameo role in this very successful 1990 movie directed by his good friend John Hughes. Apparently John Candy filmed his scenes in just one day.
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Hostage for a Day
Hostage for a Day
"A fast and furious comedy caper that tells the tale of a man who's hit more than a mid-life crisis, he's living a full-time nightmare!". This movie marks John Candy's directional debut, he also has a small uncredited role as Yuri Petrovich.
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Hot to Trot
Hot to Trot
John Candy provides the voice for a horse named 'Don' in this 1988 comedy starring Bob Goldthwait (Zed from the Police Academy movies).
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Interviews with Friends
Interviews with Friends
Interviews with celebrity friends of John Candy, where they discuss the great man.
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It Came from Hollywood
It Came from Hollywood
Popular comedians, including John Candy and his good friend Dan Ackroyd, watch and give comments about the worst and silliest films from Hollywood! Released in 1982.
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It Seemed Like a Good Idea at the Time
It Seemed Like a Good Idea at the Time
A 1975 film, one of John Candy's earliest, where he plays police officer Kopek. John later plays the same character in another movie called 'Find the Lady'.
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Jennifer Candy
Jennifer Candy
John's daughter, following in his footsteps.
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JFK
JFK
John Candy had a small role, but played a great character, in this epic Oliver Stone film about the assassination of president John F. Kennedy.
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Kavik, the Wolf Dog
Kavik, the Wolf Dog
Another early John Candy appearence in a movie. John Candy plays Pinky, a garage mechanic, in this 1980 family movie. He only has a couple of scenes, but it's nice to see him early in his career.
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Little Shop of Horrors
Little Shop of Horrors
One of John Candy's most famous cameo appearences as radio DJ Wink Wilkinson in this 1986 comedy which also features lots of John's comedic friends.
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Lost and Found
Lost and Found
Another early movie role in John Candy's career. He has a small, one scene, appearance in this 1979 film which stars George Segal and Glenda Jackson. John's SCTV pal, Martin Short, also makes a brief appearance in this movie.
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Making a Splash
Making a Splash
A small featurette which is included as bonus material on the DVD of Splash. It includes some comments about John Candy's role in the movie and a brief interview with the man himself.
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Masters of Menace
Masters of Menace
John Candy had a small cameo role in this 1990 movie about a motorcycle gang. John plays a beer truck driver.
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Music Videos
Music Videos
The diversity of John, appearing in music videos, he also plays the clarinet.
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National Lampoon's Vacation
National Lampoon's Vacation
The 1983 Chevy Chase comedy where John Candy makes a special appearance.
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Nothing But Trouble
Nothing But Trouble
Clips of John Candy from the 1991 movie. The movie was directed by John's good friend Dan Aykroyd, who also starred in the movie. John played two characters in this movie, Dennis and his pretty sister Eldona.
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Once Upon a Crime
Once Upon a Crime
A 1992 comedy directed by John Candy's good friend Eugene Levy. John Candy stars with lots of other well known actors; James Belushi, Cybill Shepherd, Sean Young, George Hamilton.
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Only the Lonely
Only the Lonely
Clips from the 1991 comedy starring John Candy, Maureen O'Hara and Ally Sheedy.
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Planes, Trains and Automobiles
Planes, Trains and Automobiles
Film clips taken from the 1987 John Hughes film, the second of the two John's collaboration.
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Pocahontas
Pocahontas
John Candy had provided a large amount of voice work into a character named "Redfeather", a turkey, and Pocahontas's sidekick. However after John Candy's death in 1994, the concept was unfortunately scrapped. The film was released in 1995.
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Really Weird Tales
Really Weird Tales
John Candy appears with lots of his SCTV friends in this 1987 collection of spoof "Twilight Zone" stories.
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Rookie of the Year
Rookie of the Year
John Candy made an uncredited cameo appearence in this 1993 movie. He plays an announcer for the Chicago Cubs baseball team.
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SCTV
SCTV
Clips from the very popular sketch show which launched John Candy's career.
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Sesame Street appearances
Sesame Street appearances
John Candy's appearances on Sesame Street.
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Sesame Street movie - Follow that Bird
Sesame Street movie - Follow that Bird
John Candy played a small cameo role as a State Trooper in this, Sesame Street's first movie, from 1985.
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Spaceballs
Spaceballs
Mel Brooks' 1987 Starwars parody movie. John plays a fantastic half man, half dog creature named 'Barf'.
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Speed Zone! (Cannonball Fever)
Speed Zone! (Cannonball Fever)
John Candy plays Charlie Cronan in this fun 1989 comedy, a continuation of Cannonball run 1 & 2. John's SCTV friends Joe Flaherty and Eugene Levy also star.
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Splash
Splash
John Candy clips from the classic 1984 "Disney" movie Splash which helped launch the career of Tom Hanks.
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Stormalong
Stormalong
The salty adventures of Captain Stormalong are recounted by John Candy in this childrens' storytelling video from 1992.
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Stripes
Stripes
Scenes featuring John Candy from the 1981 movie Stripes starring Bill Murray and Harold Ramis (Egon from Ghostbusters).
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Summer Rental
Summer Rental
Clips from this 1985 film, a popular early John Candy movie. John plays Jack Chester, an overworked air traffic controller, who takes his family on vacation to the beach.
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The Blues Brothers
The Blues Brothers
John Candy had a cameo appearance in this classic 1980 movie starring John's good friend Dan Aykroyd. These are clips of John Candy's character Burton Mercer in the movie.
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The Clown Murders
The Clown Murders
Scenes from one of John Candy's earliest films, made back in 1976. John Candy plays 'Ollie' in a rare non-comedic role. The film centres around a Halloween kidnapping that goes wrong.
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The David Steinberg Show
The David Steinberg Show
In 1976 John Candy, along with other soon-to-be SCTV stars, had a small part in this Canadian-made sitcom taking place behind the scenes of the fictional "David Steinberg Show". John Candy played a character called "Spider Reichman".
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The Great Outdoors
The Great Outdoors
The best bits starring John Candy, taking a greater part than Annette Bening. Another John Hughes association but this time written by rather than produced and directed. (1988)
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The Last Polka
The Last Polka
A 1985 comedy television film, recognised as one of the first Mockumentaries. It is written by and stars John Candy and Eugene Levy as The Shmenge Brothers.
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The New Show
The New Show
This comedy sketch show only ran for one season. It featured John Candy as well as many of his old SCTV friends, such as Dave Thomas and Valri Bromfield.
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The Rescuers Down Under
The Rescuers Down Under
John Candy provides the voice of Wilbur the Albatross in this fun Disney 1990 movie sequel.
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The Silent Partner
The Silent Partner
John Candy had a small role in this great 1978 thriller, one of his early non-comedic performances. He plays a bank employee called Simonsen.
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Tunnel Vision
Tunnel Vision
This 1976 film tries to predict what American television will be like in the year 1985. John Candy had a small role in this movie early in his career. Other soon-to-be stars such as Chevy Chase and Joe Flaherty also make small appearances in this movie.
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TV Appearances, Interviews, etc
TV Appearances, Interviews, etc
A collection of John Candy's appearances on TV, radio, shows, news, interviews etc.
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TV Reports
TV Reports
Here you'll find TV reports on John Candy.
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Uncle Buck
Uncle Buck
Film clips from another of John Hughes and John Candy collaboration (1989), John Hughes having written, produced and directed John in another of his classic films.
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Volunteers
Volunteers
Movie clips from this 1985 comedy. John Candy's second film with his good friend Tom Hanks.
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Wagons East
Wagons East
Clips from the 1994 movie about the 1860's wild west. John Candy plays a bumbling Wagonmaster named James H. Harlow. As every John Candy fan knows, he sadly died while shooting this movie in Mexico.
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Who's Harry Crumb?
Who's Harry Crumb?
Clips from this 1989 comedy. John Candy is Harry Crumb, an inept private investigator who is hired to solve the kidnapping of a young heiress. John Candy got to dress-up as lots of different characters while playing this undercover detective.
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