Peter Jurasik and Stephen Furst have cameos as rival little league baseball coaches in one of the first scenes in this film. In the science fiction series Babylon 5 they had long running roles as alien ambassador Londo Molari and his diplomatic attaché Vir Cotto. See more »
Baby Huey never learns who his Mother is despite singing a song asking who his real mother is. The plot point is never resolved. See more »
Quite admittedly, this isn't the best movie in the world. But the fact that it's so camp-ish makes it better than if it had seemed terribly serious in nature. Then again, the only reason I have seen this movie so many times is that I am such a huge fan of David L. Lander (who is positively adorable here), and the inclusion of other classic TV stars is fun (if not a little sad that this is the best material some of them can get). My sister said of this movie after watching it, "It's bad, but in a good way." Very true. I love most of the music in here (but try not to laugh at a giant baby duck singing a heart-felt song about not belonging anywhere). Watch it without trying to take it too seriously; that will make all the difference!
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