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In the theatrical version, the operator that interrupts John and Kelp's phone call to Jimmy's parents has a flat, monotone voice. In the TV version, she has a happy, jovial voice and dubbed over the original operator's voice. See more »
I watched this movie earlier today. It was fun, yet unspectacular. Gary Coleman, I thought, was great in his role as Jimmy. I don't have any negatives to say about it.
Prior to watching it, I watched The Hot Rock (1972) and Bank Shot (1974), both of which were far better in quality. That's to be expected tho, when you have Redford and Scott starring in the earlier films.
This was my first review. I'm doing so mainly in response to breesman, who was inquiring about a song in the movie. The version that I watched, DID show in the credits who sang it. So ..
I'm Havin' Fun was performed by Jackie English. Unfortunately, I couldn't find audio or video of the song, otherwise I would have shared that as well.
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