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Rick Moranis' final live-action role before leaving acting.
The film was originally scheduled for a theatrical release during the 1996 holiday season. However, because Disney was having success with animated direct to video films, the studio chose this film as the first live action direct to video movie.
The first "Honey" movie to get a direct-to-video release.
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The only film in the "Honey..." series to not have an animated opening credit sequence.
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The final installment of the "Honey, I" franchise.
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Dean Cundey's directorial debut.
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Allison Mack (Jenny) and Mila Kunis (Jill) would go on to star in successful TV shows: Mack in Smallville (2001) and Kunis in That 70s Show (1998).
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Marcia Strassman didn't reprise her role as Diane Szalinski. Eve Gordon takes over the role of Diane from Strassman.
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When Wayne and Gordon first uncover the shrinking machine, the opening chime from "Back To The Future" can be heard.
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Bug Hall replaced Daniel and Joshua Shalikar as Adam Szalinski.
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The trivia items below may give away important plot points.

The film takes place 8 years after "Honey, I Blew Up The Kid". In this film, Adam is 10 and was 2 years old in the previous film.
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When Gordon is pretending to be God in order to get the kids' attention, he asks Ricky King "How come I know you live on Sycamore?". Sycamore is the name of the street that the Szalinski family lived on in Honey, I Shrunk the Kids (1989), possibly implying that the family still lives in the same area in this film. However, the second film in the series, Honey I Blew Up the Kid (1992), showed that the family had moved to the suburbs of Las Vegas, Nevada.
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