Starring: Arnold Schwarzenegger
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|Arnold Schwarzenegger stars in this hilarious holiday comedy as a father desperate to buy the must-have Christmas toy during a frantic last-minute shipping spree on Christmas Eve.|
"Turbo-packed with lots of laughs for the entire family. You'll love this film! Elayne Blyth, Film Advisory Board
"Non-stop fun! Kids News Network
"A zany, cartoonish romp...as purely escapist family entertainment on a grand scale it's a tough act to beat... Wade Major, Box Office Magazine
Editor's NoteArnold Schwartzenegger stars as Howard Langston, an overworked mattress salesman who has been neglecting his family of late; in an attempt to redeem himself, he promises his son whatever he wants for Christmas. Turns out that his heart's desire is a TurboMan doll, coveted by every other kid this year as well, and Howard quickly forgets about his promise until Christmas Eve. Unfortunately, all the stores are already sold out, and Howard embarks upon a wild goose chase throughout the streets of Minneapolis, encountering some wacky characters along the way. These include a postal worker of questionable sanity (Sinbad), a ticket-happy police officer (Robert Conrad), and a con-artist Santa Claus (James Belushi). As Howard's hunt drags on, his bachelor neighbor (Phil Hartman) starts to move in on his wife (Rita Wilson).
Cast & Crew
|Brian Levant - Director|
|Chris Columbus - Producer|
|David Newman - Original Music By|
|Kent Beyda, et. al. - Editor|
|Randy Kornfield - Writer|
|Richard Vane - Executive Producer|
|Thomas Fichter - Art Director|
|Victor J. Kemper - Cinematographer|
Plot SummaryUh Oh! It's Christmas Eve, and Howard Langston has just realized that he's forgotten to buy his son "Turbo Man," the hottest, coolest, action figure on the market. The problem is, the coveted toy has been sold out of stores for weeks! Howard's search for a Turbo Man sends him on a VERY frenzied odyssey throughout the city, filled with enough misadventures to drive even the most grounded parent insane. Furthermore, Howard's main competitor for the plaything is Myron, an obnoxious postal worker who gleefully antagonizes Howard every step of the way.| Can Howard defy the odds and find a Turbo Man in time?