In the 1940s in the small town of Jupiter Hollow, two sets of identical twins are born in the same hospital on the same night. One set to a poor local family and the other to a rich family just passing through. The dizzy nurse on duty accidentally mixes the twins unbeknown to the parents. Our story flashes forward to the 1980s where the mismatched sets of twins are about to cross paths following a big business deal to closedown the Jupiter Hollow factory. Written by
Col Needham <email@example.com>
Mixed up at birth, two sets of twins finally meet their match.
Did You Know?
The name of the big business was a conglomerate called "Moramax". The name is similar to the name of real-life film company "Miramax", who at the time of the production of this picture, had been an independent group since 1979, and remained one until 1993 when The Walt Disney Company acquired it. Ironically, Big Business
(1988) was produced by Touchstone Pictures who are a brand of The Walt Disney Company. See more
When Sadie and Rose are square dancing on stage, the man sitting in the first row has on dark Nike sneakers. The next shot of him shows him in white shoes and when the dancing moves to the audience, he is again in his dark shoes. See more
[assuming she is speaking to Rose Shelton
Hi, Rose, how's Duke doing?
Duke! My dog? Boy, when you go snoopin' into people's lives you don't miss a trick do you?
Seen about two-thirds of the way through the credits: Don't Go, It's Almost Over See more
Referenced in New York at the Movies
Written by Dmitri Shostakovich
(as E. Shostakovich)
Arrangement by Harry Rabinowitz
Courtesy of Red Bus Records See more