Heart Condition

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Jack Moony Bob Hoskins is a vice detective, but he is also an intense and crazed, racist lout. Jack has had a brief fling with a hooker named Crystal Chloe Webb, but Crystal left him for Napoleon Stone Denzel Washington, a suave, handsome, cosmopolitan lawyer, who becomes the object of Jack's rage, not simply because he has stolen his girl but also because he is black. Jack, who lives on cheeseburgers, beer, and whiskey, has a heart attack. This occurs the same night that Stone is killed in an un-accidental car ...
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Overview

Jack Moony Bob Hoskins is a vice detective, but he is also an intense and crazed, racist lout. Jack has had a brief fling with a hooker named Crystal Chloe Webb, but Crystal left him for Napoleon Stone Denzel Washington, a suave, handsome, cosmopolitan lawyer, who becomes the object of Jack's rage, not simply because he has stolen his girl but also because he is black. Jack, who lives on cheeseburgers, beer, and whiskey, has a heart attack. This occurs the same night that Stone is killed in an un-accidental car crash. Thanks to a quick organ transplant, Jake ends up with Stone's heart. But to Jack's horror, he discovers the ghost of the lawyer has returned to earth to follow Jack around -- offering Jack nutritional advise, giving him tips on solving his murder, and suggestions on how to get back together with Crystal.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 1/1/1998
  • UPC: 794043410635
  • Original Release: 1990
  • Source: New Line Home Video
  • Format: VHS

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Bob Hoskins Jack Moony
Denzel Washington Napoleon Stone
Chloe Webb Crystal Gerrity
Roger E. Mosley Capt. Wendt
Ja'net DuBois Mrs. Stone
Alan Rachins Dr. Posner
Jeffrey Meek Graham
Kieran Mulroney Dillnick
Anthony "Wink" Atkinson
Ray Baker Harry Zara
Felix Chuck
Leontine Guilliard Duty Nurse
Dasanea Johnson
Johquache Johnson
Shauntae Johnson Baby Leon
Johnny Johnston Resident
John Walker Cops in Precinct
Eva La Rue Peisha
Frank Roach Sen. James Marquand
Robert Apisa Teller
Lisa Stahl Annie
Clayton Landey Dr. Posner's Assistant
Julie Silverman Staff Member
Phyllis Hamlin TV Announcer
Jeff MacGregor Dating Game Host
George Kyle Dancing Cop
Bill Applebaum Dancing Cop
Mary Catherine Wright Nurse
Kenneth J. Martinez Cop in Precinct
Diane Civita Terri Rinselle
Monte Landis Beverly Palm Hotel Waiter
Deidre Harris Rap Singer
Ron Taylor Bubba
Kendall McCarthy Archimedes
Theresa Randle Ciao Chow Club Maitre D'
Mark Lowenthal Ciao Chow Club Waiter
Billy Oscar Man in Bathroom
Chick Hearn Himself
Rick Marzan Irate Cop
Dean Wein Armed Man
Bobby Bass Armed Man
Greg Barnett Armed Man
Thomas Huff Armed Man
Gary Sax Usher Cop
Technical Credits
James D. Parriott Director, Screenwriter
Arthur Albert Cinematographer
Marie Cantin Producer
David Finfer Editor
Louise Frogley Costumes/Costume Designer
Bernie Goldmann Producer
Jim Halty Stunts
Patrick Leonard Score Composer
John Muto Production Designer
Bonnie Raitt Songwriter
Robert Shaye Producer
Steve Tisch Producer
Dan Webster Production Designer
Joe Williams Songwriter
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