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[[Performer~P110501~Arnold Schwarzenegger~arnoldschwarzenegger]] sheds his action image in [[Performer~P107926~Ivan Reitman~ivanreitman]]'s police comedy Kindergarten Cop, where he plays an undercover cop teaching a class of hyperactive six-year-olds. As the film begins, John Kimble ([[Performer~P110501~Schwarzenegger~arnoldschwarzenegger]]) and his partner Phoebe O'Hara ([[Performer~P59281~Pamela Reed~pamelareed]]) are in pursuit of notorious drug dealer Cullen Crisp ([[Performer~P72324~Richard Tyson~richardtyson]]) and his scabrous mother Eleanor ([[Performer~P3377~Carroll Baker~carrollbaker]]). John learns Cullen is searching for his ex-wife and his little boy, and Kimble plans to nail them when they find the former wife, who is believed to have $3 million of Cullen's drug profits. John and Phoebe follow the trail to Astoria, Oregon, where they believe Cullen's son is attending kindergarten. Although the child and his mother have changed names, John hopes they can pick up some clues. By coincidence, Phoebe used to be a schoolteacher and the school board permits her teach the kindergarten class, but Phoebe gets food poisoning and John is forced to teach the six-year-old whippersnappers himself. Along with lighthearted gags with the kids and the pursuit of the drug dealers, John has time for a little romance when he falls in love with one of the teachers ([[Performer~P49300~Penelope Ann Miller~penelopeannmiller]]), who ends up surprising him with more than love. ~ Paul Brenner, Rovi

  • Release date:December 21, 1990

Cast

Arnold Schwarzenegger
as John Kimble
Penelope Ann Miller
as Joyce Paulmarie
Pamela Reed
as Phoebe O'Hara
Linda Hunt
as Miss Schlowski
Richard Tyson
as Cullen Crisp
Carroll Baker
as Eleanor Crisp
Joseph Cousins
as Dominic Paulmarie
Christian Cousins
as Dominic Paulmarie
Sarah Rose Karr
as Emma
Heidi Swedberg
as Joshua's Mother
Justin Page
as Zach
Molly Cleator
as Schlowski's Assistant
Ben Diskin
as Sylvester
Adam Wylie
as Larry
Ross Malinger
as Harvey
Ed Crick
as Security Guard
Ian Baumer
as Sam
Kim Delgado
as Security Guard
Nicole Nagorsky
as Heather
Ben McCreary
as Lowell
Anthony Wong
as Tom
Peter Mark Vasquez
as Street Tough
Alix Koromzay
as Cindy
Amy Wald
as Sarah
Krystle Mataras
as Rina
Odette Yustman
as Rosa
Susan Burns
as Waitress
Jason Reitman
as Jason
Lee Dupree
as Low Life #4
Peter Rakow
as Joshua
Tameka Runnels
as Keisha
Michael Chapman
as Firefighter
Cathy Moriarty
as Sylvester's Mother
Rick Jones
as Samantha's Father
Frankie Avina
as Low Life #2
Medha Garg
as Latiana
Robert Cave
as John
Angela Bassett
as Stewardess
Stephen Park
as Asst. to Salazar
Bob Nelson
as Henry
Charlie Holliday
as Customer - Daryl
Haley Urman
as Courtney
Tom Kurlander
as Danny
Stephen Root
as Sheriff
Chi Muoi Lo
as Dope Dealer
Catherine Reitman
as 3rd Grade Student
Amber Reaves
as Mary
John Hammil
as Zach's Father
Marissa Rosen
as Samantha
Tom Dugan
as Crisp's Lawyer
Emily Ann Lloyd
as Jennifer
Galen Yuen
as Low Life
Jason Stuart
as Male Hairstylist
Leo Lee
as Street Tough
Ray Glanzmann
as Security Guard
Terry Golden
as Low Life #3
Jayne Brook
as Zach's Mother
Anne Merrem
as Nurse
Richard Portnow
as Capt. Salazar
Tiffany Mataras
as Tina
Park Overall
as Samantha's Mother
Miko Hughes
as Joseph
John Christian Graas
as Kevin
Gene Elman
as Judge

Crew

Ivan Reitman
Director
Ivan Reitman
Producer
Gordon A. Webb
Producer
Brian Grazer
Producer
Joe Medjuck
Producer
Sheldon Kahn
Producer
Herschel Weingrod
Screenwriter
Murray Salem
Screenwriter
Michael Chapman
Cinematographer
Randy Edelman
Composer (Music Score)
Wendy Greene Bricmont
Editor
Sheldon Kahn
Editor
Bruno Rubeo
Production Designer
Richard Mays
Art Director
Anne McCulley
Set Designer
Gloria Gresham
Costume Designer
Joel Kramer
Stunts
Mario Roberts
Stunts
Jeff Dawn
Makeup
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