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Family Favorites: 10-Movie Collection


Not Rated

Box Office: $0.0M


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Mca d61125428d DVD Set
UPC: 025192175589

Release Dates

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On DVD March 12 2013Now Available

Product Details


Henry Thomas, Burt Reynolds, Fred Savage, John Goodman, Steve Martin, Matt LeBlanc, Bill Cosby, Martin Short, Dabney Coleman, Ray Sharkey, Jenny Lewis, Peter O'Toole, Cathy Moriarty, Dan Aykroyd, Jack Warden, Denise Nicholas, Mara Wilson, Jim Broadbent, Michael Murphy, Norman D. Golden II, Luke Edwards, John Hurt, Simon Fenton, Phil Hartman, Jayne Brook, Kimberly Russell, Kathleen Turner, Mark Williams, Christina Nigra, Ruby Dee, Christian Slater, Camille Coduri, Omri Katz, Chris Rock, Bill Cobbs, Ian Bannen, Robert Pastorelli, Celia Imrie, William Forsythe, Holland Taylor, Beau Bridges, Kellie Martin, Glenne Headly, Jay Caputo, Christine Ebersole, Amanda Plummer, Hugh Laurie, Lisa Jakub, Daryl 'Chill' Mitchell, Denise Cheshire, Barry Corbin, Francis Capra, Ruby Wax, Frank Sivero, Will Seltzer, Marc Macaulay, Sam McMurray, Robert Picardo, Austin Pendleton, Jim Caviezel, Salim Grant, Bradley Pierce, Tom McCleister, Frank McRae, Naomi Watts, Travis Tritt, Zack Ward, Brooke Fontaine, Teri Garr, Flora Newbigin, Ralph Wilcox, Wendy Phillips, Tom Felton, Mike McGlone, Dakin Matthews, Charlie Schlatter, Dana Ashbrook, Rocky Giordani, Jackey Vinson, Raymond Pickard, Doren Fein, Patrick Kerr, Carl Anthony Payne II, Curt Kaplan, Valente Rodriguez


David S. Ward, Richard Franklin, Michael Ritchie, Joe Dante, Jonathan Lynn, Sidney Poitier


Jack Brodsky, Allan Carr, Bill Sheinberg, Michael Finnell, Brian Grazer, Jon Sheinberg


Cloak & Dagger: Fantasy video gamer Davey (Henry Thomas) suddenly finds his imaginary Cloak & Dagger world has come to exciting and perilous life and he must team up with his game’s hero to defeat enemy spies. The Wizard: Two runaway brothers (Fred Savage & Luke Edwards) join forces with a resourceful girl (Jenny Lewis) on an adventure of a lifetime when they head to California for a video game competition. Cop and a Half: Devon’s dreams of becoming a cop when he grows up suddenly come to life after he witnesses a horrific crime and is paired with a reluctant police veteran (Burt Reynolds). King Ralph: After the royal family is accidentally wiped out, a rude and crude Las Vegas lounge singer (John Goodman) is discovered to be a distant relative and the next king of England! Matinee: Movie promoter Lawrence Woolsey (John Goodman) brings his unique brand of flashy showmanship to the unsuspecting residents of Key West in this hilarious tribute to a more innocent (and outrageous) time in American cinema. Sgt. Bilko: Leading the sorriest group of soldiers ever to enlist in the armed forces, the outrageous Sgt. Bilko (Steve Martin) must prevent his base from being shut down… and clear his name. Ghost Dad: In this spirited family comedy, a workaholic father (Bill Cosby) crosses over to a different world and must learn how to be seen and heard as a ghost in order to care for his three kids. Ed: Minor league pitcher Deuce Cooper (Matt LeBlanc) gets a major league boost in good fortune when the team’s new star player – an amazingly talented chimpanzee – becomes his roommate and buddy. A Simple Wish: When Anabel (Mara Wilson) wishes for a fairy godmother, her wish takes the form of magical misfit Murray (Martin Short) who helps to rescue her dad and thwart a wicked witch (Kathleen Turner). The Borrowers: A family of four-inch people living beneath the floorboards must save their home from being destroyed by an evil real estate developer (John Goodman).

This is a multiple-item set containing these film/programs:

Cloak & Dagger
The Wizard
Cop And A Half
King Ralph
Sgt. Bilko
Ghost Dad
A Simple Wish
The Borrowers




Not Rated


942 Minutes