PG | | Comedy, Family
An eight-year-old troublemaker must protect his house from a pair of burglars when he is accidentally left home alone by his family during Christmas vacation.
The wax-and-plastic snow used in this film was given to the Lyric Opera of Chicago when shooting finished. It has since been used in numerous opera productions.
This is it! Don't get scared now!
Throughout most of the film, the pictures hung on the wall going up the main staircase are consistently fifteen in number, with Peter & Kate being the lower-most bottom-row photos, and Kevin being the one at the very top end, by itself. However, in a couple of scenes there are only 14 pictures - no Kevin up top; completely different (non-closeup) photos where Pete and Kate should be; and several other pictures are different too. (The two scenes are: When Kevin is crazily running around celebrating his newfound freedom (22:23), and later when he's running upstairs screaming after having seen Old Man Marley in front of the house (32:07).)
$17,081,997 (USA) (18 November 1990)
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