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The Million Dollar Kid (2000)

The good news is that the Hunter family just won a 50 million dollar lottery prize. The bad news is they lost the ticket in the middle of Los Angeles--and have only four hours to find it ... See full summary »

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Ted Hunter
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Betsy Hunter
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Valentino
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Charles
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Sister Rosanne
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Businessman
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Mrs. Crabby
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Harvey
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Officer Bob
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Courtney Hunter
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Razor
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Shane Hunter
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Italian Jogger
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Retirement Nurse
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The good news is that the Hunter family just won a 50 million dollar lottery prize. The bad news is they lost the ticket in the middle of Los Angeles--and have only four hours to find it and claim their prize in this fast paced action-comedy from the writer and director of "Arthurs Quest." Written by Anonymous

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Rated PG for language | See all certifications »
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15 April 2001 (Germany)  »

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Fortune Hunters  »

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Estelle Getty's last feature film. See more »

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Family fun will never get better than this!
2 February 2005 | by See all my reviews

Mr. Hunter (Richard Thomas) is an accountant who keeps his wife, daughter, and son on a very tight budget. Mother Betsy Hunter dreams of a cruise while the kids long for the extras in life, however. On the wall in the living room is a framed dollar bill that was the first money earned by great grandfather Hunter. Naturally, one of the children secretly removes it to buy a lottery ticket. When the ticket might prove to be a winner, it sets off a chain reaction that involves test drives, bingo, large mean dogs and more. How will the fortunes of the Hunter family swing? This darling movie is a surefire winner for folks of all ages. The cast is wonderful (including the lovely Alison Lohman as the teenage daughter) and there are many delightful cameos by thespians who excel in comedic timing. The storyline is full of fun yet teaches many good lessons in life. Don't walk. Race to the video store or library with some spare change for an evening of rich entertainment.


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