A sweet-natured Italian waiter named Pistachio Disguisey at his father Fabbrizio's restaurant, who happens to be a member of a family with supernatural skills of disguise. But moments later the patriarch of the Disguisey family is kidnapped Fabbrizio's former arch-enemy, Devlin Bowman, a criminal mastermind in an attempt to steal the world's most precious treasures from around the world. And it's up to Pistachio to track down Bowman and save his family before Bowman kills them! Written by
Anthony Pereyra (email@example.com)
Dana Carvey played the drums himself for Pistachio's turtle character during the credits. See more »
Two main revealing mistakes with the Turtle Man include: in between shots the glasses he is wearing change from being regular glasses to magnified glasses, and vice versa. And at one point when Jennifer is trying to get information from the cigar roller, you can see the bald cap Pistachio is wearing as the Turtle Man starts to come loose behind his right ear. See more »
During the final credits, there are scenes from a wedding between Pistachio Disguisey and Jennifer, as well as Dana Carvey hamming it up in several disguises, some 'bloopers', and Dana acting out scenes from other movies/shows. See more »
Written by Mark Mothersbaugh and Gerald V. Casale (as Gerald Casale)
Performed by Devo
Courtesy of Warner Bros. Records Inc.
By Arrangement with Warner Special Products and Courtesy of Virgin Records Ltd.
Under license from EMI Film & Television Music See more »
As I was leaving the theater, I overheard one 12-year old tell another, "that was a dumb movie." About the only laughter I heard during the showing of this so-called comedy were toddlers responding to Brent Spiner's flatulence. If you haven't seen it yet, it's probably best you keep it that way. I gave it a '1' because I couldn't find the zero button.
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