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Writers (WGA):
Aileen Hamilton (earlier story)
Lionel Houser (earlier screenplay) ...
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Release Date:
13 April 1992 (USA) See more »
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  (in credits order) (verified as complete)

Dyan Cannon ... Elizabeth Blane

Kris Kristofferson ... Jefferson Jones

Tony Curtis ... Alexander Yardley

Richard Roundtree ... Prescott
Kelly Cinnante ... Josie
Gene Lythgow ... Tyler

Jimmy Workman ... Kevin / Anthony
Vivian Bonnell ... Norah
David Arnott ... Crazed Director

Toni Attell ... Food Stylist
Jenee Bandler ... Kevin's Mother
Bob Braun ... Sam Simon

Sonny Carl Davis ... Captain Marsh
Judy Forrester ... Billy's Mother

Wendle Josepher ... A.D.

Peter Kent ... Police Officer #2

Robert Machray ... Potter
Robert Noble ... Kevin's Father

Michael Potter ... Police Officer #1
George Putnam ... News Anchor
Mary Watson ... Field Reporter #2
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
David E. Harshbarger ... Propman (uncredited)
John Michael Quinn ... Newstand owner (uncredited)

Arnold Schwarzenegger ... Man in Chair in Front of Media Truck (uncredited)

Directed by
Arnold Schwarzenegger 
Writing credits
Aileen Hamilton (earlier story)

Lionel Houser (earlier screenplay) and
Adele Comandini (earlier screenplay)

Janet Brownell (teleplay)

Produced by
Stanley M. Brooks .... executive producer
Cyrus Yavneh .... producer
Original Music by
Charles Fox 
Cinematography by
Chuck Colwell 
Film Editing by
Michael Jablow 
Casting by
Jackie Burch 
Production Design by
Craig Stearns 
Art Direction by
Randy Moore 
Set Decoration by
Ellen Totleben 
Costume Design by
Bobbie Mannix 
Makeup Department
Jeff Dawn .... makeup department head
Wayne Massarelli .... makeup artist
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Vladimir Van Maule .... director: aerial unit
Art Department
Tom Craig .... set dresser
J. Gregory Evans .... set dresser
David E. Harshbarger .... property master
Angelo Sotereanos .... swing gang
Sound Department
Gary Cunningham .... sound mixer
Jed M. Dodge .... dialogue supervisor
Tracy Martinson .... sound effects editor
Robert Maxfield .... boom operator
Donald Murray .... sound effects editor
Phillip Seretti .... post-production sound supervisor
Phillip Seretti .... sound re-recording mixer
Janja Vujovich .... post-production sound coordinator
Special Effects by
Brian Latt .... special effects technician
Mike Menzel .... special effects technician
Robert G. Willard .... special effects foreman
Camera and Electrical Department
Paul Bode .... camera intern
Kevin Edwards .... key grip
Luc G. Nicknair .... first assistant camera: "b" camera
Ron N. Sill .... best boy electric
Ron N. Sill .... gaffer: second unit
Mark Skupen .... best boy grip
Mark Skupen .... key grip: second unit
Casting Department
Felicia Fasano .... casting assistant
Editorial Department
Frank Bronell .... vision mixer
Laura Jans .... colorist
David Millar .... video playback editor
Eric Wiler .... assistant editor
Music Department
Stan Jones .... music editor
Transportation Department
Jody Bingenheimer .... driver
Geno Hart .... transportation coordinator
William R. Peck .... driver
Other crew
Susan Malerstein .... script supervisor
Nancy Mosher Hall .... production coordinator
Annalouise Paul .... assistant choreographer

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93 min
Aspect Ratio:
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Director Cameo: [Arnold Schwarzenegger]About one hour and sixteen minutes into the movie, Schwarzenegger is shown outside sitting at a table and speaking into a cell phone in front of the network's satellite uplink truck.See more »
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2 out of 4 people found the following review useful.
You can like BOTH versions!, 6 December 2009
Author: katykw-2 from United States

I thought this movie was very funny and light-hearted, which IS the point of a comedy. Everyone knows re-makes always take a certain poetic license. I thought there was a great relationship with Cannon and Kristofferson and he was perfect as the crusty woodsman. Cannon carried her part off with great panache and that million watt smile. The supporting actors all performed beautifully also. The "son-in-law" who was also auditioning, the faux daughter who was the real cook, and of course, Tony Curtis as Mr. Yardley, proved once again that he is a comedic genius.

This is laid-back entertainment, not a Shakespearean tragedy. Lighten Up People!

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