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When Alley bears the child of a married, and quite fickle man, she sets her sights elsewhere in search of the perfect father; Travolta is the cabbie with more on his mind than driving Alley around and babysitting. All the while, the baby gives us his views via the voice of Bruce Willis. A very light comedy with laughs for the whole family.

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Available on Running time 90 minutes.

Cast and Crew

Genres
Romantic Comedy, Bringing Up Baby, Babysitting, Cabbies, Childhood Visions, Family Comedy, Dance Fever
Screenplay
Amy Heckerling
Cast
John Travolta, Kirstie Alley, Olympia Dukakis, George Segal, Abe Vigoda
Director
Amy Heckerling
Music
David Kitay
Other
Bruce Willis
Producer
Tri-Star Pictures

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Look Who's Talking
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Nicholle

Mollie Jensen (Kirstie Alley) is an accountant in New York who starts dating a client Albert (George Segal) that is married, but keeps promising to leave his wife. Molly gets pregnant and of course, Albert doesn't leave his wife. One day when Molly gets into a cab, her driver named James Ubriacio (John Travolta) has to take her to the hospital because she is having her baby. The nurse thinks he is the father and asks him to stay. Molly and James become friends and James likes her baby Mikey. James starts baby sitting Mikey while she goes out on dates, but none of the dates seem to go right. James tells Molly that he loves her and Mikey. They eventually get together. This movie is funny because the voice of Mikey is Bruce Willis so throughout the movie we see things through the baby's perspective. This comedy was made in 1989 and if you want to see more, then catch Look Who's Talking Too when Julie is born.