Daryl Hannah, David Carradine, Michael Madsen, Steve Guttenberg, Brigitte Nielsen, Patrick Bergin, Jeff Fahey, Bill Mosley
The Stranger, a tall striking creature dressed in white (Daryl Hannah) sets into motion a series of events whilst reciting the Edgar Allen Poe Poem "Eldorado", which will have an effect on those heading towards the mythical city. The evening was going to be a normal Blues Brothers tribute gig for Oliver and Stanley Rosenblum, The Jews Brothers at a local Bar Mitzvah, but things were not going to go to plan for Stan and Ollie. After being wrongly sent to entertain the annual conference of Neo Nazi's instead of the stripper, which was sent to the Bar Mitzvah by their inept Manager JJ (Steve Guttenberg). The Jews Brothers are chased out of town by the head of the Californian Chapter of Neo Nazi's General Zwick, (Slyvester McCoy) and after contacting their agent JJ who makes amends for the mix up by sending the boys and the stripper Lesley Dean to do a show at the Eldorado Festival. This sets in motion a series of events, as at the same time Jessica Albino Jones is on the run from her husband, strip club owner Roy (Patrick Bergin) with a million of his dollars and with words of wisdom from Angel (Bridgette Nielson) and Peaches (Caroline Munro), she finds herself on the same road to Eldorado. The Jews Brothers have broken down, and then are humiliated by a gang of Hell's Angels led by Meat (David Soul). Oliver is keeping it together whilst his weaker brother Stanley is complaining about a broken tooth. They are given directions to a dentist known as Doc Martin (Jeff Fahey) who just loves pulling teeth and gets some kind of sexual kick from doing procedures on his patients. The story continues as they close in towards the centre of Eldorado, but at the same time Roy is concerned his wife has run off with one million dollars and employs the help of his friend Ted (Michael Madsen) to pursue his missing wife and more importantly his money. They are also heading now towards a meeting in Eldorado. As these relatively normal characters make their way there, it becomes increasingly clear that the inhabitants of this town are not the normal folk you expect celebrating their towns bi-centenary. The town folk of Eldorado are a collection of folk who prey on tourists including loud mouth Dick Wheeler (Oliver Tobias) coming to their town and making them top of the menu. Now Oliver and Stanley have to escape from this town before they become the dish of the day. With the likes of Lemmas (Bill Moseley) the deranged butcher making sure that only the best meat is ready for the feast it's going to be hard getting out in one piece.
With the Stranger bringing the pieces into play and the Spirit Guide (David Carridine in his last film) making his own waves, it will end in a way where no one is going to believe. With the town folk on the tail of Oliver and Stanley, they make the run out of town with a million dollars that Stanley has surprisingly found, they are looking forward to a life of no more worries, but the Stranger does not have that in mind, as they find themselves on a cloud on the other side.
Eldorado is a 3D comedy/horror/musical/road movie, and is the first ever British movie to be shot in 3D.