Private detective Nick is hired to bring back Heather, who ran away from her stepmother to find her real mother.

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Nick Frost
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Heather Lofton (as Love Hewitt)
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Sybil Lofton
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Agent Noah Hollander
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Agent Bellows
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Harvey Lipschitz
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Susan Ferris
Paul Hertzberg ...
Delbert Botts
Lenny Juliano ...
Legs Dooley
Michelle Failey ...
Little Girl
Patrick J. Statham ...
Security Guard / Man Knocked Over by Santa
Dee Booher ...
Sarge (as Queen Kong)
Rick Dean ...
Blues
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Biker Chick
Pat Brady ...
Spudman
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For 9 year old Heather, having millions is misery! Stuck with a money-grubbing stepmother, Heather escapes to find her real mom. But Heather's stepmom isn't about to let her meal ticket go without a battle. So she hires Nick Frost, Private Eye, to bring her back. Then, in a crafty case of double-cross, Mrs. Freeloading Stepmother sics the Feds on Nick - for the kidnapping of one Little Miss Millions. Written by Concorde - New Horizons (with permission).

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What she needs, money cant buy.

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Comedy | Family

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PG | See all certifications »
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27 September 1993 (USA)  »

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Home for Christmas  »

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There is an in joke in the film, at around 56m agent Noah Hollander looks at an artists impression of Nick Frost and says "He could be that actor guy from WKRP" Howard Hesseman who plays Nick was in WKRP. See more »

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In the closing credits FBI Agent Bellows is listed as Agnet Bellows. See more »

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Edited into The Kid with X-ray Eyes (1999) See more »

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Women Are Like That
Written by Bob Sheridan & Ryk Oakley
Performed by Bob Sheridan (as Mr. Moderation)
Published by Asharoken Music (BMI)
Courtesy of Ameliarated Records
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Rollicking good fun!
2 October 1998 | by (Sydney, Australia) – See all my reviews

This is a road movie for the whole family. Even though elements of the plot may be too difficult for younger kids to understand, they will be charmed by Jennifer Love Hewitt and the jovial Howard Hesseman, who gradually becomes the 'good guy'. Unfortunately, some kids might be confused as to why the police are chasing the duo, and are seemingly the 'bad guys', since the whole idea of fraudulent adopted parents will be complex for them. Older kids and adults will appreciate the theme of families, and that money can't buy happiness. Hewitt, in a more child-like phase before her move up to horror ('I Know What You Did Last Summer') and teen romance comedy ('Can't Hardly Wait'), is good to watch, as is the whole film, which is rollicking good fun with characters you can cheer on. 8 out of 10.


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