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Hair Today, Gone Tomorrow 

Desperate to earn money to replace the wheels stolen off their Corvette, the boys answer an ad to become apprentice hairdressers. The beauty salon that hires them is run by a husband and ... See full summary »

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Abe
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Bo
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Lt. Col. Tom Barker (credit only)
Christopher Carroll ...
Lt. Pat Wilson (credit only)
Victor Brandt ...
Dad (credit only)
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Mom (credit only)
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Rick Lieberman ...
Tab
Robin Greer ...
Fana Forrest
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Mrs. Weston
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Mrs. Morley (as Bobbi Phillips)
Judi Lynne Alley ...
Mrs. Stein
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Desperate to earn money to replace the wheels stolen off their Corvette, the boys answer an ad to become apprentice hairdressers. The beauty salon that hires them is run by a husband and wife team of crooks who have issued millions of dollars of worthless stock and are looking for a way to run their business into the ground before the auditors discover their financial shenanigans. The incompetent young aliens seem to be perfect patsies for the larcenous pair to use to perpetrate their crime. Written by David Bassler

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Comedy | Sci-Fi

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19 February 1991 (USA)  »

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[first lines]
Bo: Ah, fresh air, sunshine and doughnuts! Life is good, Abe. Life is very good.
Abe: I hate to admit it, Bo, but you are absolutely right. This is truly a beautiful Earth day.
Bo: I wonder what they're doing up on Crouton.
Abe: Well, Bo, it's hard to say. This time of year, they're usually working on the zittle harvest. Mom is probably whipping up a fresh batch of zittle dumplings.
Bo: Oh, and Dad will get out his special knife and carve little characters out of the zittle cores. You know, I've had my ...
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