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It Takes Two (1995) Poster

(1995)

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During the horse chase scene between Kirstie Alley and Steve Guttenberg, it can be clearly seen that they are indeed the ones doing their own riding stunts in almost every clip of that scene.
The camp used in the film was Camp Mini-Yo-We located in Muskoka, Ontario, Canada, which is still an active summer camp today.
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Many of the plot points are taken from Mark Twain's story "The Prince and the Pauper".
The first draft of the script by Deborah Dean Davis was never read by director Andy Tennant. The second writer Jeff Schechter's draft made this a "go" picture with Rysher Entertainment. Tennant was hired, and offered help for the picture's problems. He and his writing partner Rick Parks rewrote Schecter's draft. Tennant and Parks were rewritten by the producers Cruickshank. The studio preferred Tennant and Parks' draft with notes, so Tennant and Parks took another pass. The WGAW ruled against any other writer's credits due to biased by-laws which disallowed writers/directors with partners from receiving credits on features unless in extreme circumstances. None of Davis' dialogue was used.
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In some network broadcasts of the film subsequent to the death of Diana, Princess of Wales, Harry Butkis's line, "Yeah right, and I'm Princess Di" was edited out.
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When Amanda is first mistaken for her twin sister at the Callaway house, she refers to Vincenzo as "Lurch." This is a reference to The Addams Family (1964) with Lurch being the name of the tall, scary butler.
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The film was titled after the song "It Takes Two" by Marvin Gaye and Kim Weston which was also featured in the closing credits.
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