O.C. and Stiggs is a 1985 American film directed by Robert Altman and starring Daniel Jenkins, Neill Barry, and Jane Curtin. Based on two characters published in "National Lampoon," the film follows O.C. (Jenkins) and Stiggs (Barry) as they pick up women in their car and drive around looking for alcohol. As the two unhappy teenagers rebel against their suburban upbringing, they wreak havoc around the city. O.C.'s grandfather had recently had his insurance canceled, and so the two troublemakers decide to take revenge on salesman Randall Schwabb (Paul Dooley). This raunchy, teen sex comedy was shelved immediately after post-production and was not released until 1987. It bombed at the box office and is regularly cited as Robert Altman's worst movie. O.C. and Stiggs also stars Dennis Hopper, Melvin Van Peebles, and a young Cynthia Nixon.