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Dick Van Patten

Dick Van Patten

Birthdate: December 9, 1928


First Dog (2010)

A foster boy is befriended by a lost dog who turns out to belong to the President of the United States. The boy decides to run away from the foster home to return the canine to the White House -- "Because it's the right thing to do!"

Opposite Day (2009)

Opposite Day is a 2009 American comedy film released in October 2009 starring Billy Unger, Ariel Winter, and Dylan Cash.

Sarah's Choice (2009)

Sarah's (Rebecca St James) co-worker gets pregnant which means Sarah could get a promotion. Meanwhile her boyfriend Matt (Julian Bailey) is pulling pranks. Sarah then finds out she is pregnant. At the doctor's office, a lady gives her a card and tells her the Lord will give her three visions. Meg...

Nightmare Boulevard (2004)

Quiet Kill is a 2004 film directed by Mark Jones. It stars Corbin Bernsen and Claudia Christian.

Dickie Roberts: Former Child Star (2004)

Dickie Roberts is a former child star who shot to fame on an eponymous TV sitcom called The Glimmer Gang with his catchphrase "This is Nuckin' Futs!". His career subsequently halted after his 6th birthday. Since his heyday, he has been reduced to parking cars at Morton's and appearing on Celebrit...

Groom Lake (2002)

Groom Lake, also called The Visitor, is a 2002 film directed by William Shatner and starring Amy Acker.

Big Brother Trouble (2000)

Big Brother Trouble is a 2000 American G-rated comedy film directed by Rafe M. Portilo. It had a limited release and grossed less than US$600,000.00. It was released on video in 2003.

Evasive Action (1998)

Evasive Action was a film released in 1998, directed by Jerry P. Jacobs and starring Dorian Harewood and Roy Scheider.

Love Is All There Is (1996)

Love Is All There Is is a modern retelling of the Romeo and Juliet story. It is set in the Bronx during the 1990s. The Cappamezzas (Lainie Kazan and Joseph Bologna), Bronx-born Sicilians, own a local catering business. They develop a bitter rivalry with the pretentious Malacicis (Paul Sorvino and...

Demolition High (1996)

A group of terrorists led by Luther (Jeff Kober) take over a high school. Whilst outside, authorities work to negotiate with the terrorists, a group of students lead a revolt in order to prevent a disaster, led by Lenny Slater (Corey Haim).

Robin Hood: Men in Tights (1993)

Robin Hood, or Robin of Loxley (Cary Elwes), is captured during the Crusades and is imprisoned at Khalil Prison in Jerusalem. With the help of fellow inmate Asneeze (Isaac Hayes), who is in for jaywalking, he escapes and frees the other inmates. Robin is asked by Asneeze to find his son, Ahchoo (...

The New Adventures of Pippi Longstocking (1988)

After her father's ship 'Hoptoad' is carried off by a sudden storm, the spunky Pippi Longstocking (Tami Erin) is stranded with her horse, Alfonso, and her pet monkey, Mr. Nilsson, and takes up residence in the old family home, Villa Villekulla, which is thought by neighborhood children to be haun...

Spaceballs (1987)

Planet Spaceball, led by President Skroob (Brooks), has wasted all of its air. Skroob schemes to steal air from the planet Druidia by kidnapping the daughter of King Roland (Dick Van Patten), Princess Vespa (Zuniga), on the day of her pre-arranged wedding to the narcoleptic Prince Valium (Jim J. ...

The Midnight Hour (1985)

It is Halloween in the small town of Pitchford Cove located somewhere in New England, and five high school friends, Phil (Lee Montgomery), Mary (Dedee Pfeiffer), Mitch (Peter DeLuise), Vinnie (LeVar Burton), and Melissa (Shari Belafonte), plan on making it a night they will never forget. They ste...

Nutcracker Fantasy (1979)

The movie begins with a narration by the adult Clara (Michele Lee) talking about the Ragman, a and mysterious old man who roams about the city looking into people's houses, and turns children into mice if he catches them up past their bed time. Clara (Melissa Gilbert) is excited about her friend...

Diary of a Teenage Hitchhiker (1979)

The girl by the side of the road. You've seen her standing there. Thumb out. Smiling. There are thousands like her all over America. And you've heard about what happens to some of them when they get in the wrong car. This movie is about one of these kids. And about her family. But it could be abo...

Roller Boogie (1979)

The film opens as Bobby James with friends Phones, Hoppy, Gordo, and a myriad of extras skate to work on the Venice, California boardwalk. Meanwhile in Beverly Hills, Terry Barkley, genius flautist is also heading towards the beach in her Excalibur Phateon car. She also is joined by her stuck-up ...

High Anxiety (1977)

The story begins at Los Angeles airport, where Dr. Richard Thorndyke (Mel Brooks) has several odd encounters (such as a homosexual man disguised as a police officer). He leaves for the institute with his driver, Brophy (Ron Carey). Upon his arrival, he is greeted by the staff, Dr. Montague (Harve...

Gus (1976)

Gus is a masculine name, or diminutive for Angus, August, Augustine, or Augustus, and other names (e.g. Ghassan, Gustav, Gustave, Gustavo, Aengus). Gus or GUS may refer to:

The Shaggy D.A. (1976)

Wilby Daniels (Dean Jones) is now a successful attorney who is married to Betty (Suzanne Pleshette), and they have a son named Brian (Shane Sinutko). Returning to the town of Medfield from a vacation, the family discovers that they have been robbed of almost all their possessions and Wilby blames...