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Family Plan (1997)

PG | | Family, Comedy | 30 May 1999 (USA)
After death of a man who managed summer camp for kids, his son-in-law plans to close it and build a luxury summer resort. However, manager's friend, Harry has an idea how to save the children's camp.

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Jeffrey Shayes
Eddie Bowz ...
Matt Nolan
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Julie Rubins
Zachary Browne ...
Eli Mackenzie
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Cliff Haber
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Sol Rubins
Joey Pierson ...
Nick
Adam Beech ...
Patrick
James Pacheco ...
David
Devin Nicole Lafferty ...
Tabitha
Nicholas Glaeser ...
Sandy (as Nicolas Glaser)
Kathy Fitzgerald ...
Lana
Bob Sorenson ...
Pierce Hammel
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After death of a man who managed summer camp for kids, his son-in-law plans to close it and build a luxury summer resort. However, manager's friend, Harry has an idea how to save the children's camp.

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Put a gang of orphans, their bumbling benefactor, and a greedy developer together - and plan for hilarity.

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Family | Comedy

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Rated PG for suggestive pranks and mild language | See all certifications »
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30 May 1999 (USA)  »

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Acampamento do Barulho  »

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Last full length film performance of harry Morgan See more »

Quotes

Harry Haber: Alec, shut these windows.
Alec Mackenzie: Alright Mr. Haber, just as soon as I shut these windows!
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Connections

Follows Rent-a-Kid (1995) See more »

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Planted Page
By Thomas Chase, Steve Rucker and J.P. Durand
©1997; Addax Music Co., Inc.
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great movie
14 December 2001 | by See all my reviews

I have seen this movie and it was a fairly good movie. This movie can be known as, but not mention anywhere as a sequel to the Rent-a-Kid which also stared Leslie Nelson in the same role. This movie was a whole lot better with a better cast than the first and a better story line.


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