PG-13 | | Comedy, Romance
A workaholic needs a date for a dinner with new important clientele, but who his brother sets him up with could lead to disaster.
Several key interiors were filmed at Blake Edwards Entertainment corporate headquarters, Laird Studios in Culver City. Although Edwards had at the time been housed there since 1983 for around four years, Laird, had been renamed the Culver Studios, and was actually one of the oldest and most famous of Hollywood's studios. It was originally built back in the silent screen era by director Thomas H. Ince, the man who introduced William S. Hart, the famous cowboy star, to films. Ince himself shot a number of silent screen classics there. A southerner by birth, he designed his administration building as a replica of an ante-bellum southern mansion. Later, when the Ince studios were acquired by producer David O. Selznick, the building became familiar to millions of moviegoers as the logo on Selznick films. These include the immortal Gone with the Wind (1939) as well as Rebecca (1940), Intermezzo (1939), and "David Copperfield" [David Copperfield (1935)]. After Blind Date (1987), Edwards made a picture called Sunset (1988), a comedy about the fictional adventures of Wyatt Earp and silent screen cowboy actor Tom Mix in Hollywood, which also starred Bruce Willis from Blind Date (1987).
I swear on my mother's grave.
Judge Harold Bedford: Your mother is playing the back 9 at Bellaire.
David Bedford: I was speaking in the future tense.
The night before the wedding, Rambo, the Doberman Pinscher, is threatened with castration by Jordan, the butler, if he doesn't stop barking. The dog playing Rambo in the scene is a female.
$7,500,000 (USA) (29 March 1987)