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Writer (WGA):
Brian Hohlfeld (written by)
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Release Date:
22 February 1991 (USA) See more »
Genre:
Tagline:
The story of true love. Both versions. See more »
Plot:
Dan and Lorie are journalists working in the same office. More often than not they have opposing view of the issue in question... See more » | Add synopsis »
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Cast

  (in credits order) (verified as complete)

Kevin Bacon ... Dan Hanson

Elizabeth Perkins ... Lorie Bryer

Nathan Lane ... Wally Thurman

Anthony LaPaglia ... Mark

Sharon Stone ... Linda Metzger

Stanley Anderson ... Bill Weller

Charlayne Woodard ... Cindy
Danton Stone ... Eric

Phil Leeds ... Mr. Spepk
Rita Karin ... Mrs. Spepk
Paul Butler ... Al, at the Deli

Erika Alexander ... Rita, Al's Daugther

Ashley Gardner ... Susan

Michael Harris ... Adam (as M.K. Harris)

Damien Leake ... Ray, the Technical Director
Constance Shulman ... Make-Up Girl

Leon Russom ... Harry

Steven Gilborn ... Ed
Dana Andersen ... Janet
Petie Perkins ... Sheila
Hope Miles ... Diana

Bruce MacVittie ... Lou the Florist
George Martin ... Mr. Bryer
Tanya Berezin ... Mrs. Bryer
Maury Efrems ... Jack Bryer
Claudia Silver ... Susan Bryer

David Cale ... The Waiter
Rick Warner ... Man at Restaurant
Elizabeth Brower ... Waitress
David Storey ... Theatre Dancer
Alycea Baylis ... Theatre Dancer
Mark Tymchyshyn ... Steve
Tom McDermott ... Live Band
Bobby B. ... Live Band
Dennis Michael ... Live Band
Dave Smith ... Live Band
Bart Lay ... Live Band

F. William Parker ... Uncle Olaf

Karen Kirschenbauer ... Olga, Olaf's Bride (as Karen K. Kirschenbauer)
David Long ... Mr. Hanson
Rita Hennessy ... Mrs. Hanson
Lucy Brightman ... Aunt

Van Dyke Parks ... Priest
Shelley North ... Hanson Family Member #1
Mark Brutsche ... Hanson Family Member #2
Merri Biechler ... Wally's Secretary
Alice O'Connor ... Receptionist #1
Ida Eustis ... Receptionist #2
Cindy Miller ... Receptionist #3 (as Cynthia L. Miller)
Brian Hohlfeld ... Man at the Bar
Lisa Hohlfeld ... Woman at the Bar
Alan J. Wendl ... Bartender
Pamela Martin ... A.M. Baltimore Host
Michael Chaban ... Basketball Player #1
Val Almendarez ... Basketball Player #2
Bernard Lee ... Basketball Player #3
Rebecca Krimski ... Woman Walking Dog
Jeff Mandon ... Technician
Bill Britt ... News Anchor
Helen R. Williams ... Grocery Clerk

Leeza Gibbons ... Herself

John Tesh ... Himself
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Boys From Baltimore ... Polka band

Vincent De Paul ... Waiter (uncredited)

William Shipman ... Dancer (uncredited)
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Directed by
Ken Kwapis 
Marisa Silver 
 
Writing credits
(WGA)
Brian Hohlfeld (written by)

Produced by
Frank Mancuso Jr. .... producer
Vikki Williams .... associate producer
 
Original Music by
Miles Goodman 
 
Cinematography by
Stephen H. Burum (director of photography)
 
Film Editing by
Sidney Levin 
 
Casting by
Carrie Frazier 
Shani Ginsberg 
 
Production Design by
Michael Corenblith 
 
Art Direction by
David J. Bomba  (as David James Bomba)
 
Set Decoration by
Merideth Boswell 
 
Costume Design by
Deena Appel 
 
Makeup Department
Emily Katz .... makeup artist (as Emily E. Katz)
Julie Lorensen .... hair stylist
Nina Paskowitz .... key hair stylist
Julie Purcell .... key makeup artist
Susan Zietlow-Maust .... hair stylist
Lisa Rocco .... makeup effects technician: Sharon Stone's animatronic bowling ball head (uncredited)
 
Production Management
Scott White .... unit production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
John Hockridge .... first assistant director
Joseph J. Kontra .... second assistant director (as Joe Kontra)
Annette Sutera .... second second assistant director (as Annette N. Sutera)
Kristi 'Kat' Tyminski .... second second assistant director
 
Art Department
David T. Cannon .... construction coordinator (as David Cannon)
Michael Davis .... construction foreperson (as Michael E. Davis)
Brian Keith Farley .... set dresser
Felisa Finn .... scenic artist
Bruton Jones .... set designer
Kristin Frances Jones .... set dresser (as Kristen Jones)
Siobhan Roome .... set designer (as Siobhan C. Roome)
Brett C. Smith .... lead person (as Brett Smith)
Robert J. Visciglia Sr. .... propmaster
Jean Visciglia .... assistant propmaster
David A. Weinman .... construction foreperson (as David Weinman)
Jonathan Bobbitt .... set dresser (uncredited)
Ted Lubonovich II .... propmaker (uncredited)
Silvija L. Moess .... scenic artist (uncredited)
Keith Weaver .... scenic (uncredited)
 
Sound Department
Beth Bergeron .... supervising adr editor
Steve Bowerman .... boom operator (as Steven Bowerman)
Don Digirolamo .... sound re-recording mixer
Richard Bryce Goodman .... production sound mixer
Pieter Hubbard .... sound editor
Matthew Iadarola .... sound re-recording mixer
Nicholas James .... sound editor
Jeffrey Kenton .... cable person (as Jeffrey M. Kenton)
Bruce Lacey .... sound editor
Jimmy Ling .... supervising sound editor
Paul Massey .... sound re-recording mixer
Michele Perrone .... adr editor
Bill Phillips .... sound editor
Steven Ramirez .... sound editor
Hal Sanders .... sound editor
Sam Seig .... assistant sound editor
Craig Woods .... boom operator (as Craig L. Woods)
Jerry Jacobson .... sound editor (uncredited)
 
Special Effects by
Kevin Hannigan .... special effects coordinator
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Alan S. Blauvelt .... first assistant camera
Dustin Blauvelt .... camera operator (as Dustin G. Blauvelt)
Stephen E. Clark .... second company grip
Stephen Francis Clem .... grip
Gary Dunham .... second assistant camera
Jon Falkengren .... dolly grip
Albert Hood .... electrician
Steve Hurson .... camera production assistant
Michael Laws .... assistant chief lighting technician
Brent Poe .... electrician
Jim Shelton .... second company grip (as James R. Shelton)
Alex Skvorzov .... gaffer
Brian Snell .... grip
Mark Stanley .... first company grip
Rick Strodel .... grip
Paul Taylor .... grip
Chris Walters .... electrician (as Christopher L. Walters)
Barry Wetcher .... still photographer
Chris Williamson .... electrician
Tom Countryman .... camera car operator (uncredited)
Randy G. Herbert .... electrician (uncredited)
Bruce Jurgens .... second assistant camera (uncredited)
 
Casting Department
Lisbeth Siegel .... casting assistant (as Liz Siegel)
Laurel Smith .... casting assistant
John Strawbridge .... casting assistant (uncredited)
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Kirsten Everberg .... costume supervisor
Stacy Lewis .... key costumer
 
Editorial Department
Dean Beville .... assistant editor
Lee Haxall .... assistant editor (as E. Lee Haxall)
Robert Raring .... color timer (as Bob Raring)
Rick Sparr .... additional editor
Donald Freeman .... final colorist (uncredited)
Paul Markey .... editor: video tape (uncredited)
 
Music Department
Oscar Castro-Neves .... orchestrator
Nancy Fogarty .... music editor
Christopher Kennedy .... music editor
Joel Moss .... music scoring mixer (as Joel W. Moss)
Thomas Pasatieri .... orchestrator
Tom Boyd .... musician: oboe soloist (uncredited)
George Doering .... musician (uncredited)
James Thatcher .... musician: french horn (uncredited)
 
Transportation Department
Charles E. Bauer .... driver
Andrew Broomhead .... driver
Joseph A. Campbell Jr. .... driver
Robert W. Elliott .... driver
Perry Husman .... transportation coordinator
Dennis Jorgenson .... driver
Ray Knight .... driver
Michael Luckeroth .... driver (as Michael Lawrence Luckeroth)
Robert Meninger .... driver
Stephen C. Pollock .... driver
Salvatore A. Raimond .... driver (as Sal Raymond)
Francis 'Tony' Raymond .... driver (as Francis Raimond)
Jon Reeves .... transportation co-coordinator
John E. Simms .... driver (as John Simms)
Ronald Smith .... driver (as Ron Smith)
Gene Thomas .... driver
Douglas A. Walk .... driver (as Douglas Walk Sr.)
John C. Watkins Sr. .... driver
Foard J. Wilgis .... transportation captain
Robert L. Willumsen .... driver (as Robert Willumsen)
Walter Wright .... driver (as Walter R. Wright)
Joe Zappacosta .... driver
Kenneth Ziegler Jr. .... driver
 
Other crew
Lisa Abbott .... first aid
Christine Bonnem .... location manager
Stephanie Clayton .... production assistant
Debra Donaldson .... assistant location manager
Diane Edquist .... production secretary
Michele Edwards .... executive assistant: Ken Kwapis and Marisa Silver
Laura Gibson .... production coordinator
Barbara Harris .... adr group coordinator
Jeremy Kasten .... production assistant
Jon Kuyper .... production assistant (as Jonathan B. Kuyper)
Candy Limon .... production assistant
Geralyn Miller .... production auditor (as Geralyn McGah-Miller)
Lysa Moser .... assistant auditor
Mark Oliver .... production assistant
Joshua Ornstein .... assistant accountant (as Josh Ornstein)
Ginger Reynolds-Smith .... executive assistant: Frank Mancuso Jr.
Judith Rheiner .... publicist
Mindy Rodman .... script supervisor
Connie Sherman .... production auditor (as Connie Sherman Barnes)
David Storey .... choreographer
Shelly Strong .... production assistant (as Michelle Strong)
Jill Tufts .... production assistant (as Jill E. Tufts)
Leslie L. White .... production assistant
Michele Ziegler .... production assistant (as Michele D'Angelo)
Frank Barron .... projectionist (uncredited)
Scott A. Green .... projectionist: dailies (uncredited)
Karen S. Spiegel .... assistant to producer (uncredited)
Shelly Strong .... assistant to director (uncredited)
 
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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"He Said" - USA (segment title)
"She Said" - USA (segment title)
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Runtime:
115 min
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2.35 : 1 See more »
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Did You Know?

Trivia:
The cup that Lorie (Elizabeth Perkins) threw at Dan (Kevin Bacon) which hit him on the head causing a wound was made of hard rubber.See more »
Goofs:
Errors in geography: When looking out the window from Wally's office we tug boats around the harbor. The WBAL TV station is located on Television hill in the Northwestern section of city nowhere near the harbor.See more »
Quotes:
Uncle Olaf:Happiness is easy if you just take off your overcoat.See more »
Movie Connections:
Referenced in We're Talkin' Serious Money (1992)See more »
Soundtrack:
Martin's MamboSee more »

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2 out of 2 people found the following review useful.
Tracy & Hepburn in the 90s, 30 March 2006
Author: cbpelto from United States

Akin to the great battle of the sexes films of the 30s and 40s staring Spencer Tracy and Kathrine Hepburn but in the settings of the feminist 80s and 90s.

The premise is almost prescient of the James Carville and Mary Matalin lash-up, as this film was released in '91 before those two diametrically opposed political advisers/pundits of reality became widely known.

Like the Tracy & Hepburn films of old this one is into feminine activism. Elizabeth Perkins' character, Lorie Bryer, is successfully fighting her way to the top of her profession in a major city newspaper. There's strong competition from Kevin Bacon's character, Dan Hanson, for a much prized promotion.

Like Tracy & Hepburn, both are highly intelligent, albeit in their respective ways. She's a liberal. He's more 'conservative', think of Billy Joel's hit,"Modern Woman" for the two of them and you'll get the general idea.

Unlike the Tracy & Hepburn films, there's deeper observation into the human psyche. And VERY well done. Their widely disparate perceptions of mutual experiences are hilarious as well as insightful.

Also, unlike the Tracy & Hepburn films, the supporting cast here have more depth and better expression. But with people like Sharon Stone playing the sultry other love interest and Nathan 'Mousehunt' Lane as the antsy television station manager, this should be expected. And it adds depth to the overall cinematic experience.

All in all, it's a good movie. I'll probably watch it as often as I watch the classic Tracy & Hepburn films in my library.

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