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Craig T. Nelson,
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Amy Holden Jones
Lauren and Sandy are total opposites who end up in the same acting class and who don't know they are sharing a lover. When he disappears under mysterious circumstances they refuse to believe that he is dead and are the only ones who are searching for him across several states. Ending up in the western US., they discover he had other interests as they find their lives in danger.Written by
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The CIA is trailing them. The KGB is tracking them. The phone company is tracing them. The police are chasing them. The cowboys are herding them. And the Indians are hunting them. Are they going to fall for all of that?
Some movie posters for the film featured a long blurb that read: "The CIA is trailing them. The KGB is tracking them. The phone company is tracing them. The police are chasing them. The cowboys are herding them. And the Indians are hunting them. Are they going to fall for all of that?". See more »
In the scene where Lauren and Sandy are on the conveyor belt in the bowels of the Albuquerque airport, Lauren throws a suitcase at the CIA agent right before he hits his head on the light fixture. As she picks up the bag, it's a duffel bag. Quickly it changes to a suitcase. By the time it hits his head, it's morphed into yet a third piece of luggage. See more »
Are you out of your mind? We don't have two-hundred dollars.
Ah, chill out, wouldja?
Oh my god, he's going to hurt us.
He's not going to hurt us.
Oh? Why not?
[They get out of the taxi and are in front of an old, dirty apartment building in an awful part of town]
'Cause we're gonna be raped and murdered in this building.
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As the credits roll over the freezeframe of the curtain call, Long and Midler can be heard bickering about Long's performance in the play. See more »
Peter Coyote did not know what he was letting himself in for in Outrageous Fortune when he started kanoodling with both Bette Midler and Shelley Long, both fellow students in Robert Prosky's acting class.
You do got to wonder what to make of a guy who's attracted to such opposite types as Long and Midler. Shelley expands a bit on her famous Diane Chambers character from Cheers. And Bette Midler is simply Bette Midler and that's good enough for me.
These two naturally don't hit it off, but when Coyote turns up as the victim of a bomb blast, both Midler and Long show up to say they're next of kin. Upon examination of the lower extremity of the burned cadaver which is all that's left, the two of them come to the same conclusion it's definitely not Coyote.
Long and Midler just want to find this guy and get an explanation for his behavior and to find out who he really prefers. But there's a lot more to Coyote as the two of them on a merry chase that takes them to the New Mexico desert find out.
Besides those already mentioned look for good performances from John Schuck as the rather rigid thinking CIA man and George Carlin as a droll and philosophical Indian.
You can't say there aren't any more good women's roles being written when you see Long and Midler in Outrageous Fortune.
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