Adam Sandler celebrates the 25th anniversary of ‘Happy Gilmore’

Adam Sandler is celebrating a huge cinematic milestone. The actor took to Instagram on Tuesday to mark the 25th anniversary of his film. Happy gilmore, which was published on February 16, 1996.

Sandler hit the green for the occasion and shared the video with his fans.

“Okay, it’s been 25 years since I did this. Let’s see what happens,” he said in the clip, before giving a hello to his co-star Christopher McDonald, who played his on-screen rival. “Shooter McGavin, this one’s for you!”

“Happy loves you all!” Sandler captioned his post. “Thanks for everything!”

McDonald shared his hilarious, and in-character, response on his Instagram.

“It’s about the short game,” he said. “Drive for the show, putt for the dough.”

Ben Stiller, who had a small cameo in Happy Gilmore, he also responded to Sandler’s video. “That’s a beautiful swing Mr. Gilmore,” he wrote on Twitter. “Congratulations on your anniversary and on being such a loving grandchild. I am so happy to be a small part of taking good care of her during her ‘golden years.’

ET was on the set of Sandler’s memorable fight scene with Bob Barker in the 1996 film. See more in the video below.


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