Geoffrey falls for the woman next door while thinking she is a butler. When he finds out she is just visiting and is worth 25 million dollars he must decide whether he wants to continue seeing her, or not.

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Vivian Banks (as Janet Hubert-Whitten)
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Ashley Banks (as Tatyana M. Ali)
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Karen Caruthers
Matthew Faison ...
John Carnegie
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Sarah Carnegie
Jay Bell ...
Sandford
E.R. Davies ...
Joe
Daniel Trent ...
Carl
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Geoffrey falls for the woman next door while thinking she is a butler. When he finds out she is just visiting and is worth 25 million dollars he must decide whether he wants to continue seeing her, or not.

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20 February 1992 (USA)  »

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Trivia

Will walks in the kitchen and, finding Geoffrey playing blues on a harmonica, makes a joke about walking in on "Blind Lemon Pledge". He's making a pun on blues singer/guitarist Blind Lemon Jefferson. See more »

Goofs

Geoffrey is having his breakfast in the backyard listening to Chopin on the radio when Karen drops by. The radio's volume level goes down, yet Geoffrey isn't even touching the radio. The music must have been mixed in during the editing process. See more »

Quotes

[Geoffrey gazing at Karen getting the courage to ask her out]
Geoffrey: Would you... like to...
William 'Will' Smith: [walks into the backyard singing] Talk about sex baby!
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Crazy Credits

During the ending credits, an outtake is shown with Will and Geoffrey. Will is seen playing a harmonica and stops but the harmonica music continues revealing that the actual harmonica sound is being played off stage. See more »

Connections

Features Love Story (1970) See more »

Soundtracks

I'm In The Mood For Love
Written by Jimmy McHugh, Dorothy Fields
Performed by Joseph Marcell
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