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Comedy starring
Arnold Schwarzenegger
Danny DeVito
Emma Thompson
A research scientist loses funding for his work on a fertility drug. Desperate to prove that his treatment works, he steals some frozen human eggs and mixes them with a colleague's sperm, with amazing results.
Director Ivan Reitman (1994, PG)
Digital widescreen Subtitled . * See Films: pp 58-63 ***
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Unknown: Arnold Schwarzenegger
Unknown: Danny Devito
Unknown: Emma Thompson
Director: Ivan Reitman
Dr Alexander Hesse: Arnold Schwarzenegger
Dr Lany Arbogast: Danny Devito
Dr Diana Reddin: Emma Thompson
Noah Banes: Frank Langella
Angela: Pamela Reed
Naomi: Judy Collins
Ned Sneller: James Eckhouse
Louise: Aida Turturro
Jenny: Welker White
Willow: Megan Cavanagh
Samantha: Merle Kennedy
Alice: Mindy Seeger
Mr Lanzarotta: Christopher Meloni
Mrs Lanzarotta: Antoinette Peragine
Singer: Cassandra Wilson
Chairwoman: Ellen McLaughlin
Edward Sawyer: Stefan Gierasch
Arthur: Alexander Enberg
Mrs Logan: Leah Teweles

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