Gloomy ___ (pessimistic person)

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Possible Answers: Gus.

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Gus is a 1976 American family comedy film by Walt Disney Productions, directed by Vincent McEveety and starring Edward Asner, Don Knotts and Gary Grimes. Its center character is Gus, a football-playing mule. The film did well at the box office and was released on home video in 1981. The movie is remembered for two sequences involving a hotel and a supermarket.


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The film opens in Yugoslavia with the Petrovic family watching their son Stepjan winning a soccer game. Their other son Andy works on his farm, and can’t play soccer at all. One day, Andy discovers Gus can kick a soccer ball long distances when Andy shouts, “Oyage!”. [Note: there is fierce debate in the Gus fan community re the spelling of “Oyage.” Some spell it “Oyatch!,” while others give it a more Yugoslavian-sounding, “Ojigdz!” The word itself has no meaning in any of the Yugoslavian languages, though.]

Meanwhile, in Los Angeles, the California Atoms are a professional football team owned by Hank Cooper (Ed Asner) and coached by the inept Coach Venner (Don Knotts). They are the worst team in the league and have not won a game in years. Cooper also owes a lot of money to two mobster bookmakers named Charles Gwynn (Harold Gould) and Cal Wilson (Dick Van Patten). When Cooper tells them he cannot pay his debts, the bookies give him a last chance bet: if the Atoms win the upcoming Super Bowl, all gambling debts will be forgiven, but if they do not win, Gwynn and Wilson will take ownership of the team.

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