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Vasectomy: A Delicate Matter (1986)

PG-13 | | Comedy | 26 September 1986 (USA)
A bank executive is not having a good day. After giving birth to their eighth child, his wife insists that he have a vasectomy, something he doesn't even want to think about. On top of that... See full summary »

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Gino
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Detective Abe Fossi
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Regine
Cassandra Edwards ...
Anna
Leonard D'John ...
Louis Marshall
Wayne Powers ...
Vinnie
Catherine Battistone ...
Mrs. Ellison
John C. Moskoff ...
Francis (as John Moskoff)
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Theo Marshall
Gary Raff ...
George
Phyllis Doyle ...
Gloria Marshall
June Wilkinson ...
Mrs. Cromwell
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Maggie Lane
Suzanne Charny ...
Mildred (as Suzanne Charnoy)
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Marie
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A bank executive is not having a good day. After giving birth to their eighth child, his wife insists that he have a vasectomy, something he doesn't even want to think about. On top of that, he discovers that other family members are stealing money from his bank. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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26 September 1986 (USA)  »

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Final film of Lorne Green. See more »

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Really bad cinema!!!!!!!
2 June 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

If there was a negative number I would have used that instead. The only reason I saw it was that I worked on that piece of "YOU KNOW WHAT". At least it was fun working on the set every day. Paul was a joy to work with and he has a great tenor operatic voice, which he would share with us around his trailer. The other nice part of the work was making suds for Debra Jo Fondren's nude scene. Can you say Playboy TA TA's? I knew you could. Look out for the Harangue Monster, which is a plastic T Rex that we tried to get in the film as many times as possible. Drove the cinematographer nuts. BTW Lorne Green was not the original pick for Paul's business manager. All in all working on it was better than sitting through rushes, but I did get 3 college credits and an eye- full of Debbie Jo's sweater puppies!


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