King Ralph (1991)

Moral: Money can't buy nobility.

When a freak accident kills the entire royal family, American lounge singer John Goodman inherits the title of king. A formula, fish-out-of-water tale, King Ralph goes to painstaking efforts to show Goodman's lack of royalty and profusion of blue collar goodness. Notable performances from Goodman and Peter O'Toole, as his majesty's advisor.