A modernisation of Edmond Rostands "Cyrano De Bergerac". C.D. Bales is a fire chief, who just happens to have an enormous nose. He hires a new fire-fighter, Chris, who is handsome, and knows his hoses, but is useless when it comes to women. Roxanne is an astronomer who has just arrived in town. She catches the eye of Chris, and he asks C.D. to help him woo her. Little does Chris know that C.D. is mad about Roxanne, but hasn't found the right way to tell her - yet. Written by
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Roxanne dreamed of a handsome, intelligent, romantic man. C.D. Bales is two out of three... but looks aren't everything!
Did You Know?
During the balcony scene, C.D. speaks to Roxanne of being like Chagall's floating "blue man": "I'm suspended weightless over you like the blue man in the Chagall, just hovering, hanging in a delirious kiss". This quote references artist Marc Chagall's recurring theme involving a hovering blue man in several of his artworks such as "La Mariée" (French for "The Bride"), "Aleko and Zemphira by Moonlight", "Aleko", "Amoureux au Bouquet", "Les Amoureux" (aka "Lovers and Flowers"), "Les Amoureux en Gris", "Lovers in Moonlight", "The Dream", "Lovers and Daisies", "Bouquet Des Fleurs", "Saint Jean Cap Ferrat", "Couple Au Dessus De St. Paul", "Die Verliebten", "Abduction of Chloe", "The Lovers", "L'Arbre De Vie", and "Gladiolas Les Glaieuls" to name a few. The film makes reference to the artist again when the Chagall painting titled "Above the Town" can be seen in CD's house over the fireplace, which features a man in green and a woman in blue flying above the town. See more
After rescuing the cat from the tree, the firefighters take the truck back to the firehouse with the ladder still up. C.D. runs after the truck and sees that they ran the ladder through the wall. The ladder is seen coming off the truck at a very low angle and straight back, but is sticking out the side of the firehouse at a very high angle. See more
Dixie! Hi, how you doing, girl? Yeah, I'm on my way. I'll be there in about five minutes. I'm bringing it! I've only had it a year and a half, I told you I'd return it. OK. So long. Talk to you later. All right. All right. Bye.
Comet Kowalski/Charlie flies through the night sky as the credits roll. See more
Referenced in Movie 43
Written by Jeffrey Baxter
(as Jeff "Skunk" Baxter) and Rick Boston
Produced by Jeffrey Baxter
(as Jeff "Skunk" Baxter)
Performed by Dan Navarro See more