Danny, a cop, meets and falls in love with Theresa. They get engaged, despite sneaking around behind his mother's back, but when push comes to shove, he can't quite quit worrying about his mother long enough to be any kind of lover to Theresa. Written by
Gregg Long <firstname.lastname@example.org>
The Man, The Woman, The Mother.
Did You Know?
The producers of the film did not include a trailer on location for Maureen O'Hara
in their budget. John Candy
was furious that the producers were showing someone of her stature such disrespect he gave her his own trailer. The producers finally caved in because they couldn't have Candy, the star of the film, without his own trailer. See more
You feel threatened by Theresa.
Yes. See, she's taking up a lot of Danny's time, so you're feeling threatened that she's trying to steal your son.
Rose, I know you realize it's the nineties, I'm just not sure you realize it's the *nineteen* nineties.
References Egghead Rides Again
ONLY THE LONELY
Written by Roy Orbison
and Joe Melson
Performed by Roy Orbison
Courtesy of Sony Music Special Products, a division of
Sony Music Entertainment, Inc. See more