When Bessie Faro's husband Johnny dies in a plane crash in Veracruz, Mexico, she finds that his air cargo business is deeply in the red. When she visits the airline's terminal in Veracruz, she discovers her husband was pumping large amounts of money into bank accounts all over the world. As she begins systematically recovering her husband's money, she discovers that someone else has beat her to some of the accounts. Aided by Fergus Lamb, a chance acquaintance, she goes to Cairo to find some answers. But she is being followed. Written by
Ed Sutton <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Adults play the most dangerous games.
29 October 1993 (USA)
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Aspect Ratio: 1.85 : 1
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The actual ball hit by Bill Mazeroski was found by a 14-year-old boy named Andy Jerpe who subsequently lost it when his buddies talked him into using it for a sandlot game and it was hit into some tall grass and never found. See more
Early in the movie, Andie MacDowell refers to a baseball as being hit by Bill Mazeroski in the top of the ninth inning of the last game of the 1960 World Series. In fact, it was hit in the bottom of the ninth inning. See more
Elizabeth 'Bessie' Faro
They said beein' married to Johnny Faro is like ridin' a car with no brakes. I aid I like the ride, ladies.
Composed by Alexander Borodin (posthumously 1890)
Heard durin pyramid scene
Instrumental vversion heard during prison scene. See more