PG | | Comedy, Drama, Fantasy
A naive business graduate is installed as president of a manufacturing company as part of a stock scam.
in the Hula Hoop manufacturing sequence as one of the Hudsucker brainstormers. We don't see his face, only his silhouette and we hear his voice.
Moses the Clock Man:
That's right. New York. Nineteen fifty eight.
Neither the Hula Hoop nor the Frisbee was developed as described in the movie. This is intentional artistic license to support the plot. The Hula Hoop was invented by Fred Knerr in 1958. The Frisbee was invented by Walter Frederick Morrison in 1957. Both were manufactured by Wham-O.
The opening credits list production companies, the title, and the main cast. The crew is not listed until the ending credits, starting with a director credit.
$104,490 13 March 1994
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