PG | | Comedy, Family, Fantasy
Max, a dead corrupt businessman, makes a Faustian pact with Satan's henchman to drive three people to Hell in exchange for longer life. Soon Max realizes that there still may be good in him.
Despite the success of The Cosby Show (1984), the film was unavailable on video for almost 20 years after its initial home video release until Anchor Bay released it and other lesser-known Disney live-action films to DVD in the late 1990s and early 2000s.
Veronica (Devil Council):
These are trivial misdemeanors.
Barney Satin: I'm aware of that. This is a new game plan, remember?
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