Chris Parker agrees to babysit after her "dread" date stands her up. Expecting a dull evening, Chris settles down with three kids for a night of TV... and boredom. But when her frantic friend Brenda calls and pleads to be rescued from the bus station in downtown Chicago, the evening soon explodes into an endless whirl of hair-raising adventures! Babysitter and kids leave their safe suburban surroundings and head for the heart of the big city, never imagining how terrifyingly funny their expedition will become! Written by
A lifetime of fun in just one night.
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Did You Know?
When the kids are boarding the elevator in the office building, the buttons indicate that it is an Otis Series 1 elevator. However; the chime, the call buttons on the floors themselves, and the directional indicators on top of the elevator doors are NOT those of an Otis Series 1. An Otis Series 1 elevator would have a low-frequency chime instead of the high-frequency chime heard in the movie; call buttons that match the floor buttons inside the elevator (except with arrows); and the directional indicator would be a green arrow instead of a white light. In other words, the elevator is partly Otis Series 1 and partly some other brand. These could be new elevators in an older installation, however. If this is the case, the call buttons and directional indicators would've almost definitely been replaced as well. See more
Hi. Um... My name is Chris Parker. I live in Oak Park. That's a suburb.
They probably figured that out. Ha.
This is Brad, Sara and Daryl. And we're in trouble.
Ain't no doubt.
See, me and my boyfriend Mike, tonight's our anniversary. But then he went and cancelled. And now I'm stuck watching these three. And it's so hard...!
And it's so hard!
Babysitting these guys.
She's got the...
I got this call from Brenda. I went to pick her up. The tire had a blowout. And my mom's car got shot up.
The title does not appear until minutes after the opening credits. See more
Twenty Five Miles
Words and Music by Johnny Bristol
, Edwin Starr
, Harvey Fuqua
Performed by Edwin Starr
Courtesy of Motown Records See more