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Little Miss Millions (1993)

Private detective Nick is hired to bring back Heather, who ran away from her stepmother to find her real mother.

Director:

Jim Wynorski
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Howard Hesseman ... Nick Frost
Jennifer Love Hewitt ... Heather Lofton (as Love Hewitt)
Anita Morris ... Sybil Lofton
James Avery ... Agent Noah Hollander
Robert Fieldsteel ... Agent Bellows
Steve Landesberg ... Harvey Lipschitz
Terri Treas ... Susan Ferris
Paul Hertzberg Paul Hertzberg ... Delbert Botts
Lenny Juliano Lenny Juliano ... Legs Dooley
Michelle Failey Michelle Failey ... Little Girl
Patrick J. Statham Patrick J. Statham ... Security Guard / Man Knocked Over by Santa
Dee Booher Dee Booher ... Sarge (as Queen Kong)
Rick Dean ... Blues
Toni Naples ... Biker Chick
Pat Brady Pat Brady ... Spudman
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Storyline

For 9 year old Heather, having millions is misery! Stuck with a money-grubbing stepmother, Heather escapes to find her real mom. But Heather's stepmom isn't about to let her meal ticket go without a battle. So she hires Nick Frost, Private Eye, to bring her back. Then, in a crafty case of double-cross, Mrs. Freeloading Stepmother sics the Feds on Nick - for the kidnapping of one Little Miss Millions. Written by Concorde - New Horizons (with permission).

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What she needs, money cant buy.

Genres:

Comedy | Family

Certificate:

PG | See all certifications »
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

27 September 1993 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Home for Christmas See more »

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Sound Mix:

Ultra Stereo

Color:

Color
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Trivia

Jim Wynorski said he was so impressed with Jennifer Love Hewitt when he directed her in Munchie (1992) that he wrote this film for her. See more »

Goofs

During the car chase (1h 15m) Nick complains about the sun in his eyes, Heather says she has an idea and climbs into the back of the car with a mirror to dazzle the following driver. As the sun would be behind her she would not be able to do this. See more »

Connections

Edited into The Kid with X-ray Eyes (1999) See more »

Soundtracks

Women Are Like That
Written by Bob Sheridan & Ryk Oakley
Performed by Bob Sheridan (as Mr. Moderation)
Published by Asharoken Music (BMI)
Courtesy of Ameliarated Records
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Enjoyable, though somewhat sick.
17 June 2003 | by NeglectfulKillerSee all my reviews

Little Miss Millions has a standard, cardboard cutout plot- a girl(Jennifer L. H.) is tired of living away from her real mother, despite her step family's riches, so she runs away from home. A private detective goes on a hunt for her, and along the way, some strange events unfold. First, he assaults several security officers, grabs her in a crowded airport, and takes her across several state borders in the back of his car. They are alone for the majority of the movie, and sleep together in an abandoned house. They share a motel room together, where the 13 or 14-year old Jennifer Love Hewitt prances around in front of him wearing a skimpy bathrobe. Then he tosses her in the back of the car, wearing the bathrobe, the police chase him, he ends up killing 2 cops in a squad car in the chase, then at the end of the movie he gets off scot free, no charges pressed against him, and J.L.H. gets to be with her real mom. Everybody has warm and fuzzy feelings, especially the detective, if you catch my drift! I found this a bit perverse and sick with the innuendo, but overall, it's an entertaining film.


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