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Honey, I Shrunk the Kids (23-Jun-1989)

Director: Joe Johnston

Writers: Stuart Gordon; Ed Naha; Tom Schulman; Brian Yuzna

Music by: James Horner

Producer: Penney Finkelman Cox

Keywords: Comedy, Shrinking

Scientist/inventor Wayne Szalinski, long looked down upon by academics, succeeds in creating a miniaturization device; a stray baseball redirects the device's beam to the family's children. Follows the rough formula of The Absent Minded Professor (1961). Honey earned a box-office gross of $222M, making it the most successful Disney live action film at the time.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Matt Frewer
Actor
4-Jan-1958   Max Headroom
Rick Moranis
Actor
18-Apr-1953   SCTV, Honey I Shrunk The Kids
Marcia Strassman
Actor
28-Apr-1948 24-Oct-2014 Welcome Back, Kotter
Frank Welker
Actor
16-Feb-1945   Voice actor, Transformers

CAST

Rick Moranis   ...   Wayne Szalinski
Matt Frewer   ...   Big Russ Thompson
Marcia Strassman   ...   Diane Szalinski
Kristine Sutherland   ...   Mae Thompson
Thomas Brown   ...   Little Russ Thompson
Jared Rushton   ...   Ron Thompson
Amy O'Neill   ...   Amy Szalinski
Robert Oliveri   ...   Nick Szalinski
Carl Steven   ...   Tommy Pervis
Mark L. Taylor   ...   Don Forrester
Kimmy Robertson   ...   Gloria Forrester
Lou Cutell   ...   Dr. Brainard
Laura Waterbury   ...   Female Cop
Trevor Galtress   ...   Male Cop
Martin Aylett   ...   Harold Boorstein
Janet Sunderland   ...   Lauren Boorstein

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