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Not Quite Human II (1989)

TV Movie  |   |  Comedy, Family, Sci-Fi  |  23 September 1989 (USA)
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Chip, the android boy is back. This time, he is off to college, suffering from a computer virus and in love with Roberta, another android. Will there be a happy ending?

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Cast overview, first billed only:
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Dr. Phil Masters
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Roberta
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Prof. Victoria Gray
Scott Nell ...
Brandon Wilson, Chip's Room-Mate
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Moore, Dr. Masters' Assistant
Mike Russell ...
Miller, Dr. Masters' Assistant
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Austin, Bus Punk
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Rick, Bus Punk
Bob Sorenson ...
Walter, Dr. Masters' Assistant
Douglas Cotner ...
Mel Parker, the Bus Driver (as Doug Cotner)
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Party Girl #1
Holly Robertson ...
Party Girl #2
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Chip, the android boy is back. This time, he is off to college, suffering from a computer virus and in love with Roberta, another android. Will there be a happy ending? Written by B.H. Yasuda <b_yasuda@hotmail.com>

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23 September 1989 (USA)  »

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Chip wird erwachsen  »

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Jonas: Now that high school is over, I think it's time to get started on those other projects. Remember the cybernetic accelerator? The sub-zero magnetic force manipulator?
Chip: But dad, I won't be able to help you.
Jonas: Why not?
Chip: Because I'm going to college. I've already been accepted for the summer semester.
Jonas: What?
Becky: Oh good, Chip!
Jonas: No, not great. Not all right, no!
ChipBecky: What?
Becky: Chip, college is just too far away. Too many things could go wrong. You'd be out of my sight completely. What would your life be like if ...
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from Peter Gunn (1958)
Written and Composed by Henry Mancini
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Entertaining for kids and adults
27 April 2000 | by See all my reviews

This movie is one of the best children's movies around. It's got an innocent sense of humor that kids will love, and the plot is interesting for both parents and children. Jay Underwood as the teenage robot Chip Carson steals the show, and Alan Thicke is good as his scientist father, Jonas Carson. This installment is the best of the Not Quite Human trilogy, in my opinion. Don't miss it!


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