PG | | Comedy
A young couple struggles to repair a hopelessly dilapidated house.
The title card seen at both the beginning and towards the end of the movie read "Rio de Janeiro".
UP and DOWN, UP and DOWN! Strong strokes! PAINT! Don't tickle. And don't smoke!
When the bathtub falls through the floor, Walter is pouring water into it but when the camera angle shifts to an upward shot from the floor below, there's no water being poured.
Several scenes are different or added to the television version. The TV version offers an extended scene when Walter tries to carve his name and Anna's on the tree. More than one tree falls, explaining why Walter comes in the house and says they have weak trees, instead of just one tree. In between the shots of the realtor stamping the house sheet with a "SOLD", and Walter and Anna moving in, there is a scene with Walter and Anna in the house discussing how drunk they were on a trip to Puerto Rico.
English, Spanish, Chinese, Russian, Portuguese
$5,344,555 (USA) (30 March 1986)
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