"Houseguest" (also known as "Scappa e vinci", "Hausfreund, Der") is a Comedy film directed by Randall Miller, and written by L. Gay and M. J. Di Gaetano, released in the USA on January 06 of 1995 . Sinbad and Phil Hartman are starring, alongside K. Greist, Chauncey Leopardi, T. Seider and K. Murphy.
They were just your average, uptight suburban family until Kevin Franklin stepped into the picture. Houseguest. He came. He ate. He stayed.
Kevin Franklin (Sinbad) is an inner-city Pittsburgh native; raised in an orphanage, he has delusions of grandeur and talks about one day getting rich and driving a Porsche. 25 years later, Kevin drives a rusted MG Midget and all his ambitions revolve around a series of ill-fated get-rich-quick schemes. A handshake loan of $5,000 from the mob grows to $50,000 through interest and penalties, resulting in his trying to skip town at Pittsburgh International Airport. Kevin overhears a conversation between lawyer [...]
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Who is the director of "Houseguest"?
Randall Miller has directed movies such as "CBGB", released in 2013, "Class Act" (1992), "Bottle Shock" (2008), "Nobel Son" (2007), "Marilyn Hotchkiss Ballroom Dancing & Charm School" (2005), and "The Sixth Man" (1997).
Randall Miller has also directed Paul Ben-Victor in "The Sixth Man", released in 1997 in which Paul Ben-Victor plays Ernie.
What was the release date of "Houseguest"?
"Houseguest" was first released on Friday, January 06, 1995, in the United States.Release date in the United States:
- Friday, January 06, 1995
- June, 1996
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