Released in the USA on July 21 of 1989, "UHF" (also known as "UHF: i video idioti", "UHF - Sender mit beschränkter Hoffnung", "Vidiot from UHF, The") is a Comedy film directed by Jay Levey . 'Weird Al' Yankovic and Victoria Jackson are starring, alongside Kevin McCarthy, Michael Richards, David Bowe and Stanley Brock.
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Who directed "UHF":
UHF was directed by Jay Levey, an actor, writer, and director.
When was "UHF" released:
UHF was first released on Friday, July 21, 1989, in the United States. Also released on this day were Eat a Bowl of Tea (dir. Wayne Wang) and Shag (dir. Zelda Barron). This was twenty-eight (28) years ago.
It has been released on Thursday, November 02, 1989 in Australia.
What is the cast of "UHF":
At the casting of UHF we find 'Weird Al' Yankovic, previously seen in The Naked Gun: From the Files of Police Squad! (1988) and Tapeheads (1988); Victoria Jackson (Dream a Little Dream (1989), Casual Sex? (1988)); Kevin McCarthy (Innerspace (1987), Twilight Zone: The Movie (1983)) [ more... ]
- Vance Colvig Jr. and Anthony Geary also worked together in Pass the Ammo, released in 1988.
- Billy Barty and Sue Ane Langdon have both also be seen in Roustabout, released in 1964.
- Vance Colvig Jr. and Stanley Brock have both also be seen in My Chauffeur, released in 1986.
- Lou B. Washington and John Paragon also appeared together in Airplane II: The Sequel, released in 1982.
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