Another Stakeout

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Overview

In Stakeout, cop Richard Dreyfuss fell in love with Madeline Stowe, the woman he and his partner Emilio Estevez were watching during a police stakeout. Stowe's back in Another Stakeout, but her part is fleeting and unbilled. On the other hand, we get plenty of Dreyfuss and Estevez, still both as cantankerous and obnoxious as ever. This time, our two heroes are in search of a Mafia witness who has disappeared after an attempt on her life. While holed up in a judge's mansion, staking out the apartment where the ...
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Overview

In Stakeout, cop Richard Dreyfuss fell in love with Madeline Stowe, the woman he and his partner Emilio Estevez were watching during a police stakeout. Stowe's back in Another Stakeout, but her part is fleeting and unbilled. On the other hand, we get plenty of Dreyfuss and Estevez, still both as cantankerous and obnoxious as ever. This time, our two heroes are in search of a Mafia witness who has disappeared after an attempt on her life. While holed up in a judge's mansion, staking out the apartment where the woman may or may not return, the pair are subject to the comic aggravation of DA's assistant Rosie O'Donnell, who's brought her "darling" little rotweiler along for company. Another Stakeout works a little harder for its laughs than its predecessor; the best scenes go to Ms. O'Donnell and to nonplussed supporting players Dennis Farina and Marcia Strassman.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 5/10/2011
  • UPC: 683904522450
  • Original Release: 1993
  • Rating:

  • Source: Mill Creek Ent
  • Time: 1:48:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 4,492

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Richard Dreyfuss Chris Lecce
Emilio Estevez Bill Reimers
Rosie O'Donnell Gina Garrett
Dennis Farina Brian O'Hara
Marcia Strassman Pam O'Hara
Cathy Moriarty Lu Delano
Madeleine Stowe Maria
John Rubinstein Thomas Hassrick
Miguel Ferrer Tony Castellano
Sharon Maughan Barbara Burnside
Sammy Jackson Gaetano
Carol Lewis
Nancy Sosna Nurse
Christopher Doyle McNamara
Sharon Schaffer Tilghman
Jan Speck Van Agent
Frank C. Turner Unlucky
Steve Lambert Killer
Dan Lauria Captain Coldshank
Denalda Williams Desk Sergeant
Larry B. Scott Garage Attendant
Blu Mankuma Seattle Det. Willis
Thomas Mitchell Seattle Det. Gilliam
Scott Andersen Reynaldo
Michael de Lano Michael
Al Goto Pizza Man
Bruce Barbour Cop
Michael Steve Jones Paramedic
Rick Seaman Van Agent
Technical Credits
John Badham Director, Executive Producer
Bill Bannerman Asst. Director
Lynn Bigelow Producer
D.J. Caruso Co-producer
Sandy Cooper Makeup
Justis Greene Associate Producer, Production Designer
Richard Harrison Set Decoration/Design
Richard Hudolin Art Director
M. James Kouf Jr. Producer, Screenwriter
Carol Lewis Casting
Rose Marie McSherry Set Decoration/Design
Frank Morriss Editor
Stephanie Nolin Costumes/Costume Designer
Lawrence G. Paull Production Designer
Artur Rubinstein Score Composer
Kristine J. Schwarz Associate Producer
David Sosna Asst. Director
Kevin Stitt Editor
Cathleen Summers Producer
John Thomas Special Effects
Roy H. Wagner Cinematographer
Matthew Weisman Screenwriter
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Very funny

    Ok this movie is just as good as the first one. Rosie absolutely makes the movie but the entire thing is awsome.

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