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Hugo Pool is a quirky tale of a Los Angeles pool cleaner who falls in love with a young man dying of Lou Gerhig's Disease.

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Hugo
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Pool Supply Man
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Henry
Brendan Dawson ...
Man with Truck (as Brendan B. Dawson)
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Strange Hitchhiker
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Franz
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Minerva
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Floyd
Sean Glenn ...
Andy
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Sad Old Man
Kevin Dornan ...
Bad Advice Father
Michael Mazzola ...
Kid
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Chick Chicalini
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Irwin
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Lifeguard
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Drowning Matron
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Gardener
Lora Gómez Eastwood ...
Merengue Dancer (as Lora Gomez Eastwood)
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Merengue Dancer
Helen Hewitt Garb ...
Merengue Dancer
Domingo Ambriz ...
Spanish Husband
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Rabbi
Jo Ann Dearing ...
Extra's Mother
Michael Goldman ...
Extra's Father
Michael Bolger ...
One Man Band
Aaron Cuhr ...
Party Waiter
Jacob James Hanft ...
Party Waiter
N. Dylan Pfeifer ...
Party Waiter
Larry Kaplan ...
Man at Track
Brian David Zola ...
Guard at Track
Barbara Ligeti ...
Radio Newscaster (voice)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
P.J. Ince ...
Construction Worker (uncredited)

Directed by

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Robert Downey Sr.

Written by

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Robert Downey Sr. ... () (as Robert Downey) and
Laura Ernst ... () (as Laura Downey)

Produced by

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Douglas Berquist ... executive producer
Ralph Cooper ... executive producer
Michael Frislev ... executive producer
Iren Koster ... executive producer
Barbara Ligeti ... producer
Lawrence Steven Meyers ... executive producer
Chad Oakes ... executive producer

Music by

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Danilo Pérez ... (as Danilo Perez)

Cinematography by

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Joseph Montgomery ... director of photography

Film Editing by

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Joe D'Augustine

Production Design by

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Lauren Gabor

Set Decoration by

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Kathy Lucas
John V. Barrile ... (uncredited)

Costume Design by

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Jocelyn F. Wright

Makeup Department

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Voni Hinkle ... hair department head
Kim Konsler ... assistant makeup artist

Production Management

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Barbara A. Hall ... unit production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Anthony Brand ... first assistant director
Don Wilkerson ... second assistant director

Art Department

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Matthew Richard Harris ... graphic designer
Brent David Mannon ... on-set dresser
Edward J. McCarthy ... leadman
Rodney Petreikis ... set dresser

Sound Department

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Ulrika Akander ... dialogue editor
Mark Cookson ... sound effects editor
Eric J. Goldstein ... additional boom / boom operator
Ted Hall ... re-recording mixer
Charles Kelly ... sound mixer
John A. Larsen ... supervising sound editor
Mac Ruth ... boom operator
Donald Sylvester ... foley editor
Steve Thompson ... re-recording mixer
Paul Urmson ... supervising sound editor
John Lajvort ... sound editorial engineer (uncredited)

Stunts

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Eddie Perez ... stunt coordinator

Camera and Electrical Department

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David A. Armstrong ... director of photography: second unit
Mark Brinegar ... best boy electric
Steve Gold ... second assistant camera
George B. Kelly ... electrician
Richard Lamphiear ... electrician
Anthony T. Mazzola ... first assistant camera (as Anthony Mazzola)
Greg Mazzola ... dolly grip
Jon Munson ... electrician
Alan M. Rowe ... gaffer
Jeff Tomhave ... grip

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Hilary Lawson ... costume supervisor

Music Department

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Joe D'Augustine ... music supervisor
Andy Hollinger ... assistant music recordist
Diane Prentice ... music clearance
Mark Tanzer ... music mixer / music recordist
Aaron L. Gilbert ... music consultant (uncredited)

Transportation Department

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Brendan Dawson ... transportation coordinator (as Brendan B. Dawson)
Roger Greer ... driver
John Proctor ... art driver
J.B. Tyson ... driver

Other crew

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Jonathan Dana ... producer's representative
Keith Evans ... craft service
Pablo Ferro ... title designer: main title sequence
Ian Henrich ... set medic
Michael Charles Hill ... distribution and marketing coordinator
Andrew Seklir ... avid guru
Walter Woltosz ... technical advisor
Alison Young ... script supervisor

Thanks

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P.J. Ince ... thanks

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

Hugo Pool is a quirky tale of a Los Angeles pool cleaner who falls in love with a young man dying of Lou Gerhig's Disease. Written by Anonymous

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Taglines A comedy with serious relief See more »
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Also Known As
  • Pool Girl (United Kingdom)
  • Chaude journée à L.A. (France)
  • Pancsolj, pancser! (Hungary)
  • Sonhar em Los Angeles (Portugal)
  • Piscine - Incontri a Beverly Hills (Italy)
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Runtime
  • 92 min
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Box Office

Opening Weekend United States $3,620, 14 Dec 1997

Did You Know?

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Trivia Malcolm McDowell replaced Alan Arkin. See more »
Goofs After Hugo changes from her pants into her shorts (right before crying in the truck) she is seen cleaning her first pool wearing pants again. After that she is back in her shorts. See more »
Soundtracks Misterioso See more »
Quotes Strange Hitchhiker: If words could speak, I'd still would have nothing to say.
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