My Blue Heaven1990

My Blue Heaven

Released on August 17 of 1990 in the USA, "My Blue Heaven" (also known as "Testimone più pazzo del mondo, Il", "Schlitzohr von der Mafia, Das") is a Comedy/Drama film directed by Herbert Ross & Ronald Beer, and written by Nora Ephron and Ronald Beer , starring Ruud de Wolff, Steve Martin, Ivon Pelasula, Rick Moranis, Koen Wauters and Joan Cusack.

A comedy about a government witness who gives suburbia a culture shock.
Directed by:
Herbert Ross and Ronald Beer
Written by:
Nora Ephron
Written by:
Ronald Beer
Anthea Sylbert, Laurens Geels, Dick Maas and Herbert Ross
Joseph M. Caracciolo
Executive producer:
Nora Ephron, Andrew Stone and Goldie Hawn


Vincent "Vinnie" Antonelli (Steve Martin) is a former mobster recently inducted into the Witness Protection Program with his wife, Linda. The two are under the watchful eye of Barney Coopersmith (Rick Moranis). Vinnie and Barney soon find common ground when both of their wives leave them due to their lifestyles.




Frequently Asked Questions

Who are the directors of "My Blue Heaven"?

Herbert Ross was an American director, and producer.

Herbert Ross has directed movies such as "Pennies from Heaven", released in 1981, "Footloose" (1984), "Undercover Blues" (1993), "The Turning Point" (1977), "True Colors" (1991), and "Play It Again, Sam" (1972).

Steve Martin and Herbert Ross have been associated in "Pennies from Heaven", released in 1981 in which Steve Martin plays Arthur Parker.


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Herbert Ross and Steve Martin have been associated in "Pennies from Heaven", released in 1981 as Arthur Parker.


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What was the release date of "My Blue Heaven"?

"My Blue Heaven" was first released on Friday, August 17, 1990, in the United States. Also released on Friday, August 17, 1990 have been "The Exorcist III" (dir. William Peter Blatty), "Taking Care of Business" (dir. Arthur Hiller), and "Wild at Heart" (dir. David Lynch)

Release date in the United States:
  • Friday, August 17, 1990
Release date for the United Kingdom:
  • Friday, November 09, 1990

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