Look Who's Talking/Look Who's Talking Too/Look Who's Talking Now! DVD
Starring John Travolta, Kirstie Alley, Bruce Willis, Olympia Dukakis, George Segal, Twink Caplan, Abe Vigoda, Joy Boushel, Don S. Davis, Elias Koteas, Roseanne Barr, Damon Wayans, Gilbert Gottfried, Lorne Sussman, David Gallagher, Tabitha Lupien, Lysette Anthony, Diane Keaton, Danny DeVito
Directed by Amy Heckerling
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A triple bill of the 'Look Who's Talking' films. In 'Look Who's Talking' (1989), Mollie (Kirstie Alley) is pregnant by Albert (George Segal), a married man who won't leave his wife.
When her contractions start, she leaps into a taxi, driven by James (John Travolta) who accompanies her not only to the hospital but into the delivery room.
Mollie gives birth to a healthy boy, Mikey (voice of Bruce Willis), and soon James is baby-sitting for her while she goes in search of a suitable father.
The sequel, 'Look Who's Talking Too' (1990), picks up where the first film left off, with James and Mollie having another baby.
Meanwhile, Mikey deals with growing up, the intrusion of a new baby sister Julie (voice of Roseanne Barr) and that daunting rite of passage - toilet training.
In 'Look Who's Talking Now' (1993), Mollie is fired from her job, and takes a position in a toy department as a Christmas elf and James lands a job as a private pilot for the vampy socialite Samantha (Lysette Anthony).
When the local street dog Rocks (voice of Danny DeVito) is taken home for son Mikey (David Gallagher), Samantha also turns up with her pampered poodle Daphne (voice of Diane Keaton) who Julie (Tabitha Lupien) instantly takes to.
The dogs take an instant dislike to each other, but the parents are too tied up with their own problems to notice.
When Mollie discovers that Samantha has whisked her husband off for a secret rendezvous on Christmas Eve, she determines to intercept them with kids and dogs in tow.
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- Catalogue number:CDRD08068
- Studio:Sony Pictures Home Ent.
- Release date:26/10/2015
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