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Rodney Dangerfield: Rappin' Rodney (Video 1984) - Plot Summary Poster

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  • Rodney Dangerfield performs in the music video "Rappin' Rodney" from the album "Rappin' Rodney" recorded for RCA Victor. Rodney Dangerfield raps about not getting respect at a trail. Later, he is on death row talking to a priest. He is put to death in the electric chair before ending up at the gates of heaven. Later, he awakens in bed from a nightmare.

  • In December 1983, the "Rappin' Rodney" single became one of the first Hot 100 rap records, and the associated video was an early MTV hit. The video featured cameo appearances by Don Novello as a last rites priest munching on Rodney's last meal of fast food in a Styrofoam container and Pat Benatar as a masked executioner pulling a hangman's knot. The two appear in a dream sequence where Dangerfield is condemned to die and does not get any respect, even in Heaven, as the gates close without his being permitted to enter.


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