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Funny Valentine 

Gary saves baseball player Andy Miller from sustaining a ending career injury. His agent wants to make sure he's OK, so he wants to take him to an orthopedic doctor whom Gary had earlier ... See full summary »

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Gary Hobson
Billie Worley ...
Patrick Quinn
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Henry Paget (credit only)
Shanesia Davis ...
Marissa Clark (as Shanésia Williams)
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Erica Paget
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Elliott Rosenfield
Cheryl Pollak ...
Dr. Suzy Pietro
Joe Petcka ...
Andy Miller
Ted Henning ...
Steven Burroughs (as Ted W. Henning)
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Emmett Brown
Mindy Bell ...
Nurse Dubrawski
Jenniffer Weigel ...
TV Reporter
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Nurse Paley (as Robin Marie Santos)
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Gary saves baseball player Andy Miller from sustaining a ending career injury. His agent wants to make sure he's OK, so he wants to take him to an orthopedic doctor whom Gary had earlier encountered, so they drag Gary along. On the way to the hospital Gary wonders if he'll play in Chicago. But the agent who's prime concern is the best offer (which is not Chicago) tells him not to hold his breath. When they arrive at the hospital, the doctor is not available so Gary asks another doctor, Suzy Pietro, who's also an orthopedist to check Andy out. And upon meeting there's an attraction between them. The next day, which is also Valentine's Day, the paper says that Miller will play in Chicago. And Gary, promises Erica that he'll spend the day with her and, upon seeing nothing in the paper he is able to do so. But Erica unwittingly tells Emmett, the cab driver Gary encountered earlier who's attracted to Marissa, that Miller will play for Chicago. He, in turn, picks up Miller's agent and tells... Written by rcs0411@yahoo.com

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Drama | Fantasy | Sci-Fi

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13 February 1999 (USA)  »

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The title comes from the 1937 song "My Funny Valentine" from the Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart musical "Babes in Arms". Recorded by many singers, it became a jazz standard in the mid-twentieth century. See more »

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