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Straight from the Hughes kiddie farm comes Kevin McAllister--oops!--Dennis Mitchell (newcomer Gamble), curious, crafty, and blond five-year-old. He dreams and schemes, but everything he does manages to be a threat to the physical and mental well being of hot-head neighbor Mr. Wilson (Matthau, perfectly cast as the grump). Lloyd is very nasty as protagonist Switchblade Sam; Plowright, Thompson, and Stanton round out the cast as Mrs. Wilson and the Mitchell parents, respectively. Sure to please young kids, but parents may be less enthralled with this adaptation of the popular '50s comic strip and subsequent TV series.

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Available on Running time 96 minutes.

Cast and Crew

Genres
Adapted from a Cartoon, Adapted from Comics, Strained Suburbia, Adapted from Television, Childhood Visions, Family Comedy
Screenplay
John Hughes
Cast
Walter Matthau, Mason Gamble, Joan Plowright, Christopher Lloyd, Lea Thompson, Robert Stanton, Billie Bird, Paul Winfield, Amy Sakasitz, Kellen Hathaway, Arnold Stang
Cinematography
Thomas Ackerman
Director
Nick Castle
Music
Jerry Goldsmith
Producer
John Hughes, Dick Vane, Ernest Chambers, Hughes Entertainment, Warner Bros., Warner Bros.

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Dennis the Menace
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Stacey

Dennis the Menace came out in 1993 and has a total running time of 96 minutes. Walter Matthau (as George Wilson) and Mason Gamble (as Dennis Mitchell) star in this fun comedy of Dennis the Menace. Dennis is a menace! He’s a nice, young boy with the best interests but he seems to be a bit of a menace. Dennis stays with Mr. and Mrs. Wilson when his parents when out of town. There’s just one problem. Dennis is driving Mr. Wilson crazy! Dennis tries to be helpful with Mr. and Mrs. Wilson but seems to make matters worse. Will things turn around and get better?