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Adventures in Babysitting (1989)

After their trip into the big city in the movie Chris once again is asked to baby sit Brad, Sara and Daryl for the night when a simple trip to the store turns into a hostage situation. ... See full summary »

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Jennifer Guthrie ... Chris Parker
... Brad Anderson
... Sara Anderson
... Daryl Coopersmith
Ariana Mohit ... Brenda
Susan Blanchard ... Joanna Anderson
Dennis Howard ... Robert Anderson
... Mr. Dukeman
... Vince
Jason Tomlins ... Rick
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After their trip into the big city in the movie Chris once again is asked to baby sit Brad, Sara and Daryl for the night when a simple trip to the store turns into a hostage situation. Chris and the kids have themselves yet another adventure. Written by Shane Oneill

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Comedy | Short

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7 July 1989 (USA)  »

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Brad Anderson: These are stupid times, and stupid times call for stupid measures.
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Follows Adventures in Babysitting (1987) See more »

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Just Can't Stop
(from the soundtrack of the film 'Adventures in Babysitting (1987)
Written by Barry Goldberg and Jay Gruska
Produced by Jay Gruska
Performed by Percy Sledge
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Pretty Good
2 August 2002 | by See all my reviews

I watched this Pilot for the Un-Made series when it originally aired and I liked it then. Luckily I was smart enough to tape it so I watched it recently and I have to say I still think it was pretty good, for being a spin-off of an unforgettable movie starring Elizabeth Shue. It would have been a good television series in my opinion. Would have been better if Elizabeth Shue reprised her role. But oh well. If you like the movie, then you should like the TV Show Pilot.


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