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Look Who's Talking Now -- Now that the kids finally know how to talk, this family is going to the dogs! Includes the unique voice talents of Danny DeVito and Diane Keaton.
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Writers (WGA):
Tom Ropelewski (written by) &
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Release Date:
5 November 1993 (USA) See more »
The World's Favorite Family is Back.
In this, the third film, it's the pets who do the talking. The Ubriacco's find themselves the owners of two dogs... See more » | Add synopsis »
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A funny and fresh addition to the series See more (29 total) »


  (in credits order) (verified as complete)

John Travolta ... James Ubriacco

Kirstie Alley ... Mollie Ubriacco

David Gallagher ... Mikey Ubriacco

Tabitha Lupien ... Julie Ubriacco

Lysette Anthony ... Samantha

Olympia Dukakis ... Rosie

Danny DeVito ... Rocks (voice)

Diane Keaton ... Daphne (voice)

George Segal ... Albert

Charles Barkley ... Himself
John Stocker ... Sol

Elizabeth Leslie ... Ruthie
Caroline Elliott ... Kid at Schoolyard
Vanessa Morley ... Kid at Schoolyard
Sandra P. Grant ... Accountant (as Sandra Grant)
Sheila Paterson ... Old Waitress
Amos Hertzman ... Pimply Faced Kid

Mark Acheson ... Burly Dad
Gerry Rousseau ... Homeless Guy
Kyle Fairlie ... Kid on Santa's Lap
Victoria Brooks ... Bratty Girl
Ron Gabriel ... Seedy Santa
Frank C. Turner ... Dave (as Frank Turner)

Serge Houde ... Maitre D'
Michael Puttonen ... Dog Catcher

Roger R. Cross ... Pilot (as Roger Cross)
Ryan Michael ... Pilot

Philip Maurice Hayes ... Pilot (as Phil Hayes)

Miriam Smith ... Tipsy Secretary
Robert Wisden ... Ranger
J.B. Bivens ... Ranger
Tegan Moss ... Girl with Puppy

Chilton Crane ... Girl's Mommy
Alicia Bradsen ... Mollie at 12

Gina Chiarelli ... Young Rosie
Ghislaine Crawford ... Reindeer Girl
Justine Crawford ... Reindeer Girl

Andrew Airlie ... Co-Pilot
Andrea Nemeth ... Babysitter
Campbell Lane ... Mollie's Dad

Bob Bergen ... Dog / Wolf (voice)
Peter Iacangelo ... Dog / Wolf (voice)

Nick Jameson ... Dog / Wolf (voice)
Patricia Parris ... Dog / Wolf (voice)
Patrick Pinney ... Dog / Wolf (voice) (as Pat Pinney)

Rodney Saulsberry ... Dog / Wolf (voice)
Jeff Winkless ... Dog / Wolf (voice)
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Brent Sheppard ... Forest Ranger (uncredited)

Directed by
Tom Ropelewski 
Writing credits
Tom Ropelewski (written by) &
Leslie Dixon (written by)

Amy Heckerling (characters)

Produced by
Rebecca Batt .... associate producer
Fitch Cady .... co-producer
Leslie Dixon .... executive producer
Amy Heckerling .... co-producer
Jonathan D. Krane .... producer
Original Music by
William Ross 
Cinematography by
Oliver Stapleton (director of photography)
Film Editing by
Harry Hitner 
Michael A. Stevenson 
Casting by
Michelle Allen 
Lynne Carrow 
Production Design by
Michael S. Bolton  (as Michael Bolton)
Art Direction by
Sandy Cochrane  (as Alexander Cochrane)
Set Decoration by
Jim Erickson 
Costume Design by
Molly Maginnis 
Mary E. McLeod 
Makeup Department
Anji Bemben .... assistant hair stylist
Victoria Down .... key makeup artist
Roy Sidick .... key hair stylist
Fay von Schroeder .... makeup artist (as Faye von Schroeder)
Jacky Wilkinson .... assistant makeup artist
Production Management
Tracey Jeffrey .... unit production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Arlene L. Arnold .... dgc trainee (as Arlene Arnold)
Neill Fearnley .... second unit director
Peter D. Marshall .... first assistant director
Sandra Mayo .... second assistant director
Jonathan Schneider .... third assistant director
Mark D. Currie .... third assistant director: second unit (uncredited)
Vladimir Stefoff .... first assistant director: second unit (uncredited)
Art Department
Perry Battista .... set dresser
Gordon Bellamy .... construction department
Dave Conway .... construction foreman
Allan Dervisevic .... set dresser
Lisa Francescanto .... graphic artist
Gordon Fretter .... greensman
Penelope Gottlieb .... artist: Mikey's artwork
Reginald Hendrix .... storyboard artist (as Reggie Hendrix)
Gail Irvine .... props buyer
Herminio Kam .... head painter
Steve Lamare .... set dresser
Peter Lando .... leadman (as Peter Louis Lando)
Charles Leitrants .... construction coordinator
Neil McLeod .... assistant property master
Gary Myers .... assistant art director
Grant Swain .... property master
Shirley Wiebe .... set decorator buyer
John G. Anderson .... construction buyer (uncredited)
Hamish Purdy .... set dresser (uncredited)
Sound Department
Christopher S. Aud .... sound effects editor (as Christopher Aud)
Donald D. Brown .... boom operator (as Donald Brown)
Scott Burrow .... adr editor
Harry Cheney .... foley editor
Clayton Collins .... dialogue editor (as Clay Collins)
Christian T. Cooke .... adr mixer
Blake R. Cornett .... assistant sound editor (as Blake Cornett)
Graham Crowell .... boom operator
Chris David .... sound re-recording mixer
Yuri Gorbachow .... adr recordist
Shelley Rae Hinton .... adr editor (as Shelley Hinton Buck)
Drake Jenevein .... assistant sound editor
Roxanne Jones .... supervising foley editor
Jay Kamen .... supervising sound editor (as Uncle J. Kamen)
Mark R. La Pointe .... dialogue editor (as Mark LaPointe)
Mark Larry .... sound effects editor
Catt LeBaigue .... foley editor (as Catherine H. LeBaigue)
Mark L. Mangino .... sound effects editor (as Mark Mangino)
Larry Mann .... supervising sound editor
Sanford Ponder .... sound effects editor
Sergio Reyes .... sound re-recording mixer
John J. Stephens .... sound re-recording mixer
Steven Ticknor .... sound effects editor (as Steve Ticknor)
John O. Wilde .... foley editor
David Williams .... dialogue editor (as Dave Williams)
Rob Young .... sound mixer
Special Effects by
David Gauthier .... special effects coordinator
Don Leask .... flying effects: shop foreman
Dean Lockwood .... flying effects: head rigger
John Thomas .... flying effects: supervisor
Kevin J. Andruschak .... special effects assistant (uncredited)
Dan Cervin .... special effects technician (uncredited)
Visual Effects by
Scott E. Anderson .... visual effects supervisor: SPI
Bill Birrell .... executive producer: SPI
Ron Brinkmann .... computer graphics animator: SPI
Dan Candela .... senior film recorder: SPI
Camille Cellucci .... producer: SPI
Jerome Chen .... computer graphics animator: SPI
David Douglas .... computer graphics animator: SPI
Julia Frey .... assistant production coordinator: SPI (as Julia Rivas)
Adrian Iler .... computer graphics animator: SPI
Andrea Lösch .... computer graphics animator: SPI (as Andrea Losch)
Jeff Matakovich .... opticals
Mickey McGovern .... production coordinator: SPI
Tim McGovern .... plate supervisor: SPI
Ladd McPartland .... editorial supervisor: SPI
Bill Neil .... director of photography: SPI
Clint Palmer .... camera assistant: SPI
Robert Shepherd .... associate producer: SPI (as Bob Shepherd)
Mar Sorell .... computer graphics animator: SPI (as Mark Sorell)
David Sosalla .... visual effects coordinator
David Takayama .... computer graphics animator: SPI (as Mike Takayama)
David Worman .... previsualization animator: SPI
Kevin J. Andruschak .... stunts (as Kevin Andruschak)
Ken Kirzinger .... stunts
David Mylrea .... stunts
Fiona Roeske .... stunts
Chantal Strand .... stunts
Melissa R. Stubbs .... stunts (as Melissa Stubbs)
Betty Thomas Quee .... stunt coordinator (as Betty Thomas)
Camera and Electrical Department
Stephen S. Campanelli .... camera operator (as Stephen Campanelli)
Marco Ciccone .... second assistant camera
Douglas Craik .... first assistant camera (as Doug Craik)
William R. Dalgleish .... second unit: first assistant camera
Les Erskine .... chief lighting technician
John G. Helme .... electrical best boy (as John Helme)
Gaetan Jalbert .... rigging gaffer
Nick Kuchera .... key grip
Joseph Lederer .... still photographer
Philip Linzey .... director of photography: second unit
Joel Ransom .... camera operator: "b" camera
Neil Seale .... camera operator: "b" camera
Timothy Robin Spencer .... first assistant camera
Rick Stadder .... dolly grip
Gary J. Williams .... best boy grip (as Gary Williams)
Ken Young .... rigging grip
Greg Fox .... clapper loader (uncredited)
Vince Laxton .... second unit gaffer (uncredited)
Tony Whiteside .... grip (uncredited)
Casting Department
Sally Dennison .... casting
James Forsyth .... extras casting
Patrick Rush .... casting
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Dorothy Baca .... assistant costume designer
Lorraine Carson .... assistant costume designer
Jenni Gullett .... costume supervisor
Gillian Kieft .... set costumer
Editorial Department
Brigitte Daloin .... assistant editor
Gail DuFosse .... assistant editor (as Gail du Fossé)
Bruce Giesbrecht .... assistant editor
Carl Graham .... first assistant editor
David Orr .... color timer
Joseph Jett Sally .... assistant editor
Michael Smith .... assistant editor (as Michael Martin Smith)
Donah Bassett .... negative cutter (uncredited)
Scot Deer .... telecine colorist (uncredited)
Music Department
Chris Boardman .... orchestrator
Tom Boyd .... oboe soloist
Louis Fagenson .... music arranger
Jim Harrison .... music editor
Ken Kushnick .... music supervisor
James Thatcher .... musician: french horn
Matthew Della Polla .... scoring consultant (uncredited)
Transportation Department
James Lewko .... transportation co-captain (as Jim Lewko)
Rory Moffatt .... transportation captain
Ian 'Moss' Urquhart .... transportation coordinator (as Ian Urquhart)
Other crew
Helen Akerly .... assistant: Fitch Cady
Jan Alexander .... craft service
Jan Alexander .... first aid
Michelle Almaz Tadege .... assistant production coordinator (as Michelle Tadege)
Kathy Barnett .... assistant: Tom Ropelewski
Andrew Beyer .... production assistant
Dorothy Blakeley .... dance coach: Tabitha Lupien
Stacey Brehm .... animal trainer
Lisa Correale .... production assistant
Shelley Crawford .... script supervisor
David Deleissegues .... animal trainer (as David Deleisseques)
Jack Ellard .... ballroom rehearsal partner
Will Fearn .... assistant location manager
Penny Gibbs .... production coordinator
Michael E. Gretza .... assistant: Jonathan D. Krane (as Michael Gretza)
Carson Haché .... production assistant (as Carson HachÉ)
Ida Lee Henderson .... production accountant
Mary Hinton .... set supervisor: children
Cheri Jensen .... assistant: Tom Ropelewski
Mary Ann Kellogg .... choreographer
Nancy Larman .... location manager
Jackie Martin .... animal trainer (as Jackie Martin Kaptan)
Lee Anne Muldoon .... unit publicist
James Nicolay .... assistant: Kirstie Alley (as Jim Nicolay)
Dana Perlman .... accounts clerk
Burton Sharp .... group adr coordinator
Shari Slattery .... assistant production coordinator
Cindy Smith .... production assistant
Gerry Therrien .... animal trainer
Elizabeth Tompkins .... assistant accountant
Sam Travolta .... assistant: John Travolta (as Samuel Travolta)
LeeAnn Vasquez .... assistant: Kirstie Alley (as Leeann Vasquez)
Mark Watters .... animal coordinator
Mark Watters .... animal supplier
Beverly Wiens .... assistant accountant
Elizabeth Yanoska .... production accountant
Nick Conti .... voice looping: multiple voices (uncredited)
Lecily Corbett .... production assistant (uncredited)
Barbara Gregson .... film researcher (uncredited)
Carol Riggins .... animal trainer (uncredited)
Lee Sollenberger .... animal trainer (uncredited)

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Rated PG-13 for off-color dialogue
96 min
Color (Technicolor)
Aspect Ratio:
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When Mollie (Kirstie Alley) is working as a mall elf, she says to a girl waiting in line "No, I'm a Vulcan." This is an obvious reference to Alley's memorable movie debut in Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan (1982) where she played Vulcan Lieutenant JG Saavik.See more »
Audio/visual unsynchronized: When Mikey says, "Mom, we need a dog."See more »
Mollie:When he gets nervous, he gets completely honest. That is a major business liability.See more »
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3 out of 6 people found the following review useful.
A funny and fresh addition to the series, 27 August 2003
Author: Amy Adler from Toledo, Ohio

James (John Travolta) has a new job as a pilot for a small airline. Mollie, his wife (Kirstie Alley), has just been handed a pink slip. Their children, Mikey and Julie, are dreaming about a pet dog. Thus begins the third installment of this likeable series of films. Since Mikey and Julie are now talking on their own, the addition of not one, but two family dogs is the explanation of "who's talking now". Rocks (Danny DeVito) is a streetwise pound puppy while Daphne (Diane Keaton) is a pampered poodle that is a gift of James' new boss, Samantha. Speaking of Samantha, she has set her sights on luring James away from his happy family life. Can the family adjust to life with the canines and thwart Samantha's romantic schemes?

This is a funny and fresh addition to the Look Who's Talking series. Travolta and Alley exude such charm and humor that they make a terrific comedy team. The rest of the cast is notable and the voices of DeVito and Keaton bring their doggy personalities to life in a big way. The script is somewhat predictable but still brings a smile to any lucky viewer. There are some scenes involving a wolf that may be scary for the youngest movie enthusiasts. But, on the whole, this is a fine film for the entire family to chuckle over.

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