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Robin Williams stars in this oddball comedy about a fast-talking car salesman who is down on his luck and in over his head until an extreme situation forces him to use his sales skills to save lives. Joey O'Brien (Williams) is the stereotypical car salesman: enterprising, aggressive, and desperate to make enough money to spend on his high-maintenance girlfriends. But suddenly the pressure is really on: he owes money to the mob, his ex-wife is nagging him about not spending enough time with their teenage daughter, and if he doesn't sell at least a dozen cars by the time the big sale is over on Saturday, he's going to lose his job. As Joey attempts to placate several potential buyers, his day is interrupted by Larry (Tim Robbins), the insanely jealous husband of dimwitted showroom receptionist Donna (Annabella Sciorra), who's been having an affair with someone who works at the dealership. With the police surrounding the place, his job (and life) on the line, Joey realizes that it's up to him to use his wits to persuade Larry -- who's not even sure what he wants out of the situation -- not to kill anyone. ~ Don Kaye, Rovi

  • Release date:May 18, 1990


Robin Williams
as Joey O'Brien
Tim Robbins
as Larry
Pamela Reed
as Tina O'Brien
Fran Drescher
as Joy Munchack
Zack Norman
as Harry Munchack
Annabella Sciorra
as Donna
Lori Petty
as Lila
Paul Guilfoyle
as Little Jack Turgeon
Kenneth Simmons
as Steel Jaws
Elaine Stritch
as The Widow
Jordan Derwin
as Paramedic
Sal Lioni
as Nightclub Customer
Philip Moon
as Nightclub Selector
Ben Lin
as Korean Customer
Vinnie Capone
as Louie
Paul L.Q. Lee
as Henry
Elzbieta Czyzewska
as Soviet Wife
Lauren Tom
as Helen, the Dim Sum Girl
Paul Herman
as Tony Dipino
Tony Masa
as Japanese Buyer #3
Ken Kensei
as Japanese Buyer #3
James Bulleit
as Funeral Director
Max Raven
as Steel Jaws #2
Mimi Cecchini
as Ma
Matt Nikko
as Japanese Buyer #1
Mario Todisco
as Steel Jaw #1
Adam Bryant
as Robin Williams' stand-in
Harlan Cary Poe
as Mason's Aid
Merwin Goldsmith
as Showroom Buyer
Bill Nunn
as Grave Digger
Judith Hoag
as Molly
Erik King
as Davey
Brian Sanet
as Paparazzi
Keenan Shimizu
as Japanese Buyer #2
Gary Klar
as Detective Walters
David Stepkin
as "Sticker Shock" Buyer
Anthony Powers
as Capt. Mason
Bunny Levine
as Woman Customer
Richard Panebianco
as Frankie Dipino
Kim Chan
as Dim Sum Cook
Toshio Sato
as Japanese Buyer
Boris Leskin
as Soviet Husband
George Rafferty
as Officer O'Brian
Chester Drescher
as Chester
Tristine Skyler
as Lisa
Bill Moor
as Antique Salesman
Wai Ching Ho
as Korean Customer's Wife
Eddie Jones
as Benny
Marilyn Dobrin
as Porsche Buyer's Wife


Roger Donaldson
Roger Donaldson
Ken Friedman
David Gribble
Russ Titelman
Percy Mayfield
Featured Music
Ry Cooder
Sharon Pease
Barry Gibb
Richard Francis-Bruce
Gene Rudolf
Production Designer
Patricia Woodbridge
Art Director
Charles Roven
Ted Kurdyla
Associate Producer
Giorgio Armani
Costume Designer
Cliff Cudney
Bernadette Mazur