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House Party 2 -- When Kid's college money is stolen by a crooked music promoter, Play's solution is to stage the 'mutha' of all pajama parties. Starring Kid 'n Play and Martin Lawrence.
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Writers (WGA):
Reginald Hudlin (characters)
Rusty Cundieff (story)
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When Kid's college money is stolen by a crooked music promoter, Play's solution is to stage the 'mutha' of all pajama parties. Starring Kid 'n Play and Martin Lawrence. | Add synopsis »
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Christopher Reid ... Kid
Christopher Martin ... Play

Martin Lawrence ... Bilal
Bowlegged Lou ... Pee-Wee

Paul Anthony ... Stab
B-Fine ... Zilla

Tisha Campbell-Martin ... Sidney (as Tisha Campbell)
Kamron ... Jamal

Iman ... Sheila Landreaux

Queen Latifah ... Zora

Georg Stanford Brown ... Professor Sinclair

Helen Martin ... Mrs. Deevers

William Schallert ... Dean Kramer

Tony Burton ... Mr. Lee
Louie Louie ... Rick

Christopher Judge ... Miles (as D. Christopher Judge)
George Anthony Bell ... Reverend Simms
Gene 'Groove' Allen ... Groove (as Eugene Allen)

Daryl Mitchell ... Chill (as Daryl M. Mitchell)
Randy Harris ... Roughouse
Angela Nicholson ... Salena

Christopher Michael ... Cop #1
Barry Diamond ... Cop #2
Chance Langton ... Professor Vonault

Alice Carter ... Patty

Anjul Nigam ... Singh

George Fisher ... Janitor
Hazel Todd Lane ... Buppie
William S. Murray ... Yuppie
Amber McIntyre ... Cutie
D.J. Wiz ... Hoodly Brother #1 (as Mark 'Wiz' Eastmond)
Guy Margo ... Hoodly Brother #2
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Whoopi Goldberg ... The Professor (uncredited)

Leslie Segar ... Dancer (uncredited)

Ralph E. Tresvant ... Himself (uncredited)

Directed by
George Jackson 
Doug McHenry 
Writing credits
Reginald Hudlin (characters)

Rusty Cundieff (story)

Rusty Cundieff (screenplay) and
Daryl G. Nickens (screenplay)

Produced by
Suzanne Broderick .... co-producer
Pat Golden .... associate producer
Janet Grillo .... executive producer
George Jackson .... producer
Doug McHenry .... producer
Original Music by
Vassal Benford (original score composer)
Cinematography by
Francis Kenny 
Film Editing by
Joel Goodman 
Janice Hampton 
Production Design by
Michelle Minch 
Art Direction by
Karen Steward 
Set Decoration by
Rosalyn Myles 
Costume Design by
Ruth E. Carter 
Makeup Department
Laini Thompson .... makeup department head
Production Management
Joe Fineman .... post-production executive
Gregory Goodman .... production manager
Ric Keeley .... post-production supervisor
Cindy Lovelady .... executive in charge of production (as Cindy Hornickel)
Deborah Moore .... executive in charge of production
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Donald Sparks .... second second assistant director
Art Department
Dana Ostrow .... assistant property master
Lars Petersen .... construction coordinator
R. Vincent Smith .... assistant property master
Steven C. Voll .... general foreman
Curt B. Walheim .... art swing gang
Brook Yeaton .... property master
Sound Department
Karen Baker Landers .... first assistant sound editor (as Karen M. Baker)
Dino Dimuro .... sound effects editor
Richard Dwan Jr. .... adr editor
Richard Dwan Jr. .... dialogue editor
Mark Fay .... cableman
Tommy Goodwin .... adr mixer
Tommy Goodwin .... foley mixer
Tom Hartig .... boom operator
Wayne Heitman .... sound re-recording mixer
Dave McMoyler .... supervising sound editor
Steve Nelson .... sound mixer
John Rice .... assistant sound editor
Frank Smathers .... sound editor
Tami Treadwell .... adr recordist
Elizabeth Bishop .... stunts
George Fisher .... stunts
Amanda LeFlore .... stunts
Julius LeFlore .... stunt coordinator (as Julius Le Flore)
Bob Minor .... stunts
Rita Minor .... stunts
Van Roody .... stunts
Josephe Tureaud .... stunts (as Jory Tureaud)
Bob Yerkes .... stunts
Camera and Electrical Department
Bob Gorelick .... Steadicam operator
Simon Jayes .... crane operator: Technocrane
Kassa .... still photographer
Michael E. Little .... extra camera operator
Gary Molyneux .... rigging grip
Michael Shanman .... lighting console operator
Darrell B. Sheldon .... rigging key grip
Kassa Zakadi .... production still photographer
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Bess Stansell .... set costumer (1991) (as Bess Stansell Townsend)
Editorial Department
Thalia Harithas .... post-production assistant
Brian Janko .... first assistant editor
Music Department
Bill Abbott .... music editor
Bob Bowman .... assistant music editor
Jay B. Richardson .... music editor
Louil Silas Jr. .... executive music supervisor
Other crew
Selby Barrett .... production assistant
Brandon Bates .... assistant to producers
Michèle Boissière Armstrong .... assistant to producers (as Michèle R. Boissière)
Mattie Caruthers .... script supervisor
Bundy Chanock .... set medic
Michelle Colbert .... assistant production coordinator
Darcel Crayton .... stand-in (as Darcell Clayton)
Jane Goldsmith .... script supervisor
Lonzo Jones .... production assistant
Guy Margo .... stand-in
Steven Melching .... production assistant
Ronald C. Briggs Jr. .... inventory services (uncredited)
Robin Harris .... in memory of (as Robin 'Pop' Harris)

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Rated R for language and sensuality
USA:94 min
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Did You Know?

Joseph Vasquez was originally offered the chance to direct, but turned it down.See more »
Play:Man, that Kid would forget his Dick if it wasn't screwed on tight.See more »
Movie Connections:
Featured in 1992 MTV Movie Awards (1992) (TV)See more »
Gentlemen Prefer LadiesSee more »


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3 out of 7 people found the following review useful.
The best hip hop movie of all time, 28 August 2001
Author: taneishqua from Auckland, New Zealand

Unfortunately during Hip Hops aegis from 1989 to 1992, there were some horrid movies, shows and rappers that became famous off shamelessly exploiting this amazing undergrould genre. These include Hammer Man, Young MC, Sir Mix a lot and Streetfrogs to name a few, and do not even mention Vanilla Ice. Ironically I like Eminem. I am please to say the first two House Parties are not one of them. The best part about this movie is its blackness, the people are so down home its funny. Kid and Play are all right, but Martin Lawerence is superb as Bilal, loud, abrasive and full of expletives suggesting maternal incest. Also great are Full Force playing the goons, the ad lib rap in Plays record shop is not to be missed. Its a shame they become friends at the end. These goons become the Keystone cops of Blackness, and of course those racist cops. This movie is so 91 it hurts. We have all the record companies named after BBD songs, fruity shirts and flat tops everywhere. This is a time too where fluro was in and there was no commercial gangsta rap. This movie if nothing else is splittingly funny, even the fat dude having sex and then chasing everyone with a gun going "Goddamn peep show mf's". This movie is slammin and is what rap is all about. Its a shame that they had to ruin it in 1994 with Immature (Where are they now?) and half ass acting.

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