PG | | Comedy, Crime, Family
Scientist hold talking, super-intelligent babies captive, but things take a turn for the worse when a mix-up occurs between a baby genius and its twin.
Kathleen Turner and Christopher Lloyd appeared in Who Framed Roger Rabbit (1988).
Have you said "Dada" yet? They'll love that.
Carrie: Nah, that's stupid!
Sly: Say it... he'll go nuts! Then he'll call Mom, and they'll both go nuts.
Carrie: I've decided the first words I want to say will be The Gettysburg Address.
Sly declares his "disguise sucks" and discards the hat, coat, scarf and cigar, then climbs into the baby carriage. Later, when he leaves the carriage, the baby girl has his cigar and scarf.
$5,613,587 (USA) (14 March 1999)
$27,141,959 (USA) (5 September 1999)
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