Real Genius Easter Egg - Roy Rogers

In one of the scenes where Chris Knight is talking to Mitch in their bedroom, Chris (Val Kilmer) has a t-shirt on with something about Roy Rogers on it. Roy Rogers was Val's neighbor when Val was growing up, and eventually the Kilmer family bought and moved into Roy Rogers house.

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Contributed By: Sophie2 on 10-01-1999
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Kenny writes:
Yes indeed! I am trying to acquire all the shirts from 'Real Genius' myself. My friend bought me the "I (heart) Toxic Waste" shirt. The 'International Order for Gorillas' shirt is a must, too, but I haven't been able to find anything about it being an 80's band (but I'm not counting it out!). I'm working on that. The Roy Rogers shirt I'm still trying to figure out - I don't know exactly what it's all about. Chris is first wearing it in the cafeteria, right before Kent plays the Mitch phone-call tape over the PA. Then they head to the dorm room. And then of course, there is the light blue 'Surf Nicaragua' shirt, and the black Harley shirt. And who can go through life without fuzzy bunny slippers. =)
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Ryland writes:
Does anyone remember the t-shirt Val Kilmer was wearing? It had a picture of a gorilla on it. What did it say? My copy of the movie was taped from TV and is consequently kinda blurry. Any help would be appreciated.
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krazy writes:
hey Ryland, i believe his shirt says 'international order of the gorillas' i think it was an '80s rock band... not sure, though. peace.
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Testset writes:
I could be wrong, but somewhere in the back of my brain I seem to remember that the International Order For Gorillas t-shirt had something to do with preserving mountain gorillas and their habitat. I think it was related to Dian Fossey's efforts in the 80's, or possibly the World Wildlife Fund. Hope this helps...
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