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From director Jim Abrahams, one of the minds behind the Jim Abrahams and Jim Abrahams films, comes another parody. This time around, Abrahams has his sights set on the action-adventure genre, specifically Abrahams. Charlie Sheen stars as Topper Harley, a maverick air force pilot who constantly lives in the shadow of his father's legacy. Unable to handle the pressure, Harley has left the Air Force to live among a tribe of Native Americans. But when the United States seeks to destroy some Iraqi nuclear facilities, there's only one man for the job. After being coaxed back into service, Harley soon realizes that in addition to Saddam Hussein, he'll have to contend with a rival pilot, played by Cary Elwes, and a devious aerospace executive. Among the many films lampooned are Cary Elwes, Cary Elwes, Cary Elwes, and Cary Elwes. ~ Matthew Tobey, Rovi

  • Release date:July 31, 1991

Cast

Charlie Sheen
as Sean "Topper" Harley
Valeria Golino
as Ramada Thompson
Cary Elwes
as Kent Gregory
Lloyd Bridges
as Admiral "Tug" Benson
Kevin Dunn
as Lt. Comm. Block
Jon Cryer
as Jim "Washout" Pfaffenbach
Kristy Swanson
as Kowalski
William O'Leary
as Pete "Dead Meat" Thompson
Efrem Zimbalist, Jr.
as Wilson
Gary Brayboy
as Sleepy Weasel Squadron Member
Richard Emanuel
as Sleepy Weasel Squadron Member
Mali Finn
Valeria Golino
as Scarlett O'Hara
Valeria Golino
as Lois Lane
Charlie Sheen
as Rhett Butler
Charlie Sheen
as Superman
Heidi Swedberg
as Mrs. "Dead Meat" Thompson
Bruce A. Young
as "Red" Herring
Ryan Stiles
as "Mailman" Farnham
Rino Thunder
as Owatonna
Mark Arnott
as Rosener
Ryan Cutrona
as Captain Margolis
Don Lake
as Doctor
Kelly Connell
as Air Controller
Tony Simotes
as Ambulance Driver
Don Luce
as Paramedic
Judy Kahan
as Nurse
Jimmy Lennon, Jr.
as Ring Announcer
Ryan Fitzgerald
as Scooter
Al Clegg
as Jazz
Pat Proft
as Lawrence Lipps
Marc Shaiman
as Piano Player
Cylk Cozart
as 1st Drill Sergeant
Christopher Keene
as 2nd Drill Sergeant
Ed Herschlar
as Rabbi
Jimmie Ray Weeks
as Amish Man
Annie O'Donnell
as Amish Woman
Mack Yamaguchi
as Eskimo
Charles Barkley
as Himself
Eugene Greytak
as Pope John Paul II
Tony Lorea
as Humphrey "Bogie" Bogart
Jerry Haleva
as Saddam Hussein
Bob Lenz
as Elvis "The King" Presley
Willie Collins
as Liberace
Robert Puro
as Precocious Paper Boy
Richard Lasting
as Handsome Milkman
Elston Ridgle
as Boxer #1
Nancy Abrahams
as Family in front of TV Store
Tony Moreno
as Sleepy Weasel Squadron Member
Kevin Eads
as Sleepy Weasel Squadron Member
Kip Pierce
as Sleepy Weasel Squadron Member
Brent Freeman
as Sleepy Weasel Squadron Member
Craig McIntosh
as Sleepy Weasel Squadron Member
William Irwin
as Buzz Harley
Jimmie Ray Weeks
as Amish Man
Ryan Cutrona
as Captain Margolis
William Irwin
as Buzz Harley
Tony Lorea
as Humphrey "Bogie" Bogart
Charlie Sheen
as Superman
Charlie Sheen
as Rhett Butler
Craig McIntosh
as Sleepy Weasel Squadron Member
Gary Brayboy
as Sleepy Weasel Squadron Member
Ryan Stiles
as "Mailman" Farnham
Nancy Abrahams
as Family in front of TV Store
Ed Herschlar
as Rabbi
Brent Freeman
as Sleepy Weasel Squadron Member
Kip Pierce
as Sleepy Weasel Squadron Member
Mack Yamaguchi
as Eskimo
Cylk Cozart
as 1st Drill Sergeant
Al Clegg
as Jazz
Jerry Haleva
as Saddam Hussein
Don Lake
as Doctor
Bruce A. Young
as "Red" Herring
Annie O'Donnell
as Amish Woman
Kelly Connell
as Air Controller
Judy Kahan
as Nurse
Kevin Eads
as Sleepy Weasel Squadron Member
Pat Proft
as Lawrence Lipps
Elston Ridgle
as Boxer #1
Ryan Fitzgerald
as Scooter
Eugene Greytak
as Pope John Paul II
Tony Moreno
as Sleepy Weasel Squadron Member
Robert Puro
as Precocious Paper Boy
Heidi Swedberg
as Mrs. "Dead Meat" Thompson
Don Luce
as Paramedic
Charles Barkley
as Himself
Richard Lasting
as Handsome Milkman
Richard Emanuel
as Sleepy Weasel Squadron Member
Mark Arnott
as Rosener
Rino Thunder
as Owatonna
Christopher Keene
as 2nd Drill Sergeant
Tony Simotes
as Ambulance Driver
Willie Collins
as Liberace
Bob Lenz
as Elvis "The King" Presley
Jimmy Lennon, Jr.
as Ring Announcer
Valeria Golino
as Scarlett O'Hara
Marc Shaiman
as Piano Player
Valeria Golino
as Lois Lane

Crew

Jim Abrahams
Director
William Badalato
Producer
Jim Abrahams
Screenwriter
Pat Proft
Screenwriter
Bill Butler
Cinematographer
Sylvester Levay
Composer (Music Score)
Jane Kurson
Editor
Eric Sears
Editor
Stephen McEveety
Production Designer
Greg Papalia
Art Director
Greg Norberg
Associate Producer
Janet Graham
Associate Producer
Stephen McEveety
Associate Producer
Pat Proft
Executive Producer
Jerie Kelter
Set Designer
Mary Malin
Costume Designer
Lester Wilson
Choreography
Mali Finn
Casting
Ann Masterson
Makeup
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