The promise of a sequel, jokingly titled Doctor Detroit II: The Wrath of Mom towards the end of the film, was all but abandoned once it failed. Regardless, the film has had plenty of shelf life over the years, almost despite itself. I personally find it lighthearted and enjoyable.
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Its final scene promised more adventures for the Doctor, teasing the sequel Doctor Detroit 2: The Wrath of Mom (Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan had been released less than a year prior).
Not only did Doctor Detroit tank, its pitiful box office returns quickly squelched the real sequel (Doctor Detroit 2: The Wrath of Mom) that was promised in the closing credits. But that’s why we’re here.
Trivia. During the end credits, we see a bold promise that Doctor Detroit would return in "Doctor Detroit II: The Wrath of Mom" (spoofing the title of Star Trek 2: The Wrath of Khan).
Even an energetic appearance and performance by James Brown near the end of the film can spark life into this DOA idea for a movie. One thing we can all be thankful for is that the proposed sequel mentioned at the end of the movie, "Doctor Detroit II The Wrath of Mom", has never been made.
Trivia: During the end credits, we see a bold promise that Doctor Detroit would return in "Doctor Detroit II: The Wrath of Mom" (spoofing the title of Star Trek 2: The Wrath of Khan).
Posts about Wrath of Mom written by mattchalmighty. The opening of Doctor Detroit starts amiably enough, with Dan Aykroyd power-walking through Chicago while Devo’s “Theme From Doctor Detroit” plays in the background (unfortunately this is pretty much the highlight of the film).
Wrath of Man: May 07 50%: ... Kate Murtagh Mom ... It stars Dan Aykroyd as a college professor who gets conned into pretending to be a pimp called Doctor Detroit. This movie does have some funny ...
The Illinois license plate on Dan Aykroyd 's car ("BDR-529"), is the same plate that was on the "Bluesmobile" in the 1980 film The Blues Brothers. The end of the film promises a sequel, Doctor Detroit II, the Wrath of Mom. It's possible that this was merely a joke, parodying The Wrath of Khan.GEE, YA THINK??