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In this comedy, stockbroker Jon Aldrich Tom Selleck is the man who has it all, until his ill, aging parents Don Ameche and Anne Jackson move in with him. As his perfect life begins to disintegrate bit by bit, Jon becomes more and more depressed and disillusioned. Finally, broke and friendless, Jon begins to listen to his addled parents' insistence that he do away with them and use their insurance money to start again.
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Overview

In this comedy, stockbroker Jon Aldrich Tom Selleck is the man who has it all, until his ill, aging parents Don Ameche and Anne Jackson move in with him. As his perfect life begins to disintegrate bit by bit, Jon becomes more and more depressed and disillusioned. Finally, broke and friendless, Jon begins to listen to his addled parents' insistence that he do away with them and use their insurance money to start again.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 6/16/1993
  • UPC: 086162574139
  • Original Release: 1992
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  • Source: 20th Century Fox
  • Format: VHS

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Tom Selleck Jon Aldrich
Don Ameche Harry Aldrich
Anne Jackson Mildred Aldrich
Christine Ebersole Arlene Aldrich
Wendy Crewson Audrey Aldrich
Robert Pastorelli Fred
Michael Murphy Ed
Jane Alderman
Angela Anthony Buscaglia Jr. Tow Truck Driver
Christopher J. Campbell 1st Taxi Driver
Lynn Stalmaster
Kevin Timothy Chevalia Kevin
Margaret Murphy Maggie
Joseph Miller Jerry
T.J. Parish Steve
John McCormack Howard
Peter Burns Another Trader
Jon Favreau Chicago Taxi Driver
Jackye Roberts Gail
Kevin Barry Howe FBI Agent
Omar Cabral Dr. Aviano
Marilyn Dodds Frank Mrs. Henney
Doris Carey Ferguson Nurse
Will Knickerbocker 2nd Taxi Driver
George Petrie Sammy
Ilse Earl Lois Elliott
Mal Jones Retired Doctor
Sid Raymond Retired Attorney
George O Doorman
Bob Gordon William
Jerry Hotchkiss 1st Neighbor
Dee Dee Deering 1st Neighbor's Wife
Evelyn Brooks Retired Lawyer's Wife
Robert Escobar Florida Cop
Wanda Christine County Nurse
Joseph R. Ryan Patient
Teri McEvoy 1st Reporter
Ross Gottstein 2nd Reporter
Thomas Richter Agent
Frankie DaVila Shoe Salesman
Toni Fleming Lady Shoe Buyer
Juan Ramirez Shoe Store Owner
Nydia Rodriguez Terracina Show Store Owner's Wife
Frank Dominelli Thug #1
Rom Milanovich Thug #2
Mary Seibel Condo Manager
Richard Sullivan Lee Police Officer
Gerald Owens Dr. Bush
Evan Lionel Gang Leader
Magic Slim Blues Singer
Tony Mockus Jr. Chicago Cop
James Andelin Lenny
O. Boyd Clow Lenny's Partner
Mike Barger Paramedic
Mario Nieves 2nd Cousin
Juan Olmedo 1st Cousin
Connie Scurlock Mother
Technical Credits
Ted Kotcheff Director
Jean Alan Set Decoration/Design
Joan E. Chapman Editor
Michel Colombier Score Composer
William J. Creber Production Designer
Victor Drai Producer
William Fosser Set Decoration/Design
Vittorio Cecchi Gori Executive Producer
Mario Cecchi Gori Executive Producer
Malcolm R. Harding Producer
Billy Higgins Production Designer, Production Manager
Jay Hurley Costumes/Costume Designer
Scott Jacobson Set Decoration/Design
Robert Klane Screenwriter
Gianni Nunnari Producer
Conrad Palmisano Stunts
Larry Pizer Cinematographer
Lynn Stalmaster Casting
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  • Posted November 15, 2010

    Fuuunnnnyyyyy

    This is the most funniest movie I have seen in a while.

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