Stay Tuned

Stay Tuned

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Director: Peter Hyams

Cast: John Ritter, Pam Dawber, Jeffrey Jones

     
 

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John Ritter and Pam Dawber star as Roy and Helen Knable, a suburban American couple having marital problems. Roy has become a couch potato, and a resentful Helen wants him to ditch the remote. When the demonic Spike (Jeffrey Jones) offers Roy a deal on the ultimate satellite TV system, Roy doesn't realize that he's just signed away his soul. Roy and Helen are sucked

Overview

John Ritter and Pam Dawber star as Roy and Helen Knable, a suburban American couple having marital problems. Roy has become a couch potato, and a resentful Helen wants him to ditch the remote. When the demonic Spike (Jeffrey Jones) offers Roy a deal on the ultimate satellite TV system, Roy doesn't realize that he's just signed away his soul. Roy and Helen are sucked into their own television, where they endure a gauntlet of Hellish television shows such as "Northern Overexposure" and "I Love Lucifer." When their kids Darryl (David Tom) and Diane (Heather McComb) realize that their parents are on the twisted television, they set out to rescue them. Among other elements, Stay Tuned contains an original cartoon short by Looney Tunes legend Chuck Jones. The film was the debut of writing team Tom S. Parker and Jim Jennewein, who would stay in the wacky comedy genre with a whopping four major releases in 1994.

Product Details

Release Date:
02/21/1995
UPC:
0085391259534
Original Release:
1992
Source:
Warner Home Video

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
John Ritter Roy Knable
Pam Dawber Helen Knable
Jeffrey Jones Spike
David Tom Darryl Knable
Heather McComb Diane Knable
Bob Dishy Murray Seidenbaum
Joyce Gordon Mrs. Seidenbaum
Eugene Levy Crowley
Erik King Pierce
Michelle Allen Actor
Jimi de Filipis Garth
Sandy "Pepa" Denton Pepa
Karen Hazzard Actor
Cheryl James Salt
Salt-N-Pepa Rap Artist
Lynn Stalmaster Actor
Don Calfa Wetzel
Ken Douglas Skeletal Worker
Dale Wilson Guy Squirly
Don Pardo Game Show Announcer
Captain Lou Albano Ring Announcer
George Gray Mr. Grogan
Faith Minton Mrs. Gorgon
Alan C. Peterson Wrestling Referee
Laura Harris Girlfriend #1
Kristen Cloke Velma
Gianni Russo Guido
Bill Croft Torpedo
John Bear Curtis Torpedo #2
Ken Kramer Innkeeper
David Longworth Peasant
Gordon Masten Executioner
Michael Puttonen Nobleman
Michael Hogan Duane
Colleen Winton Anchor Woman
Terry Lewis Max Hell Man
Jerry Wasserman Cop
Rebecca Toolan Crying Widow
Shane Meier "Yogi Beer"
Serge Houde "Yogi Beer"
Julie Bond "Yogi Beer"
P. Lynn Johnson "Silencer of the Lambs"
Steve Adams "30 Something to Life"
John Pyper-Ferguson "30 Something to Life"
Kevin McNulty "30 Something to Life"
Todd Duckworth "3 Men and Rosemary's Baby"
Robert Wisden "3 Men and Rosemary's Baby"
Peter Yunker "3 Men and Rosemary's Baby"
Roselyn Royce "Three's Company Spoof"
Indrani de Souza Dancer
Susan Blommaert Ducker
Jonathon Pallone Heavy Set Guard
Dave "Squatch" Ward Peasant

Technical Credits
Peter Hyams Director,Cinematographer
Gary Barber Producer
Peter E. Berger Editor
Bruce Broughton Score Composer
David E. Campbell Musical Direction/Supervision
Gary Combs Stunts
Annmarie Corbett Set Decoration/Design
Philip Harrison Production Designer
Richard Hudolin Art Director
Jim Jennewein Screenwriter
John Nelson Special Effects
Chuck Jones Animator
Rose Marie McSherry Set Decoration/Design
David Nicksay Producer
Ralph Parker Musical Direction/Supervision
Tom S. Parker Original Story,Screenwriter
John Reitz Sound/Sound Designer
James G. Robinson Producer
Gregg Rudloff Sound/Sound Designer
Arne Schmidt Co-producer
Anthony Thomas Choreography
Joe Tompkins Costumes/Costume Designer
David Willson Art Director
David Wilson Production Designer

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Stay Tuned 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I thought ''Stay Tuned'' was a Huglilly Good Movie.My favorite charater was Roy because he was wicked funny acting in it.I thought it was a good movie.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Great movie. A little on the old side but still a great movie. Very original for its time and a barrel of laughs every minute.