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Robot in the Family

Robot in the Family ★★ 1994

Slapstick comedy about Alex and his wacky but endearing robot who embark on a race against time through the streets of New York to track down a priceless antique that could save Alex's family from financial ruin. 92m/C VHS . Joe Pantoliano, John Rhys-Davies, Danny Gerard, Amy Wright, Tom Signorelli, Peter Maloney, John Wylie, David Shuman, Matthew Locricchio; D: Mark Richardson, Jack Shaoul; W: Jack Shaoul; M: Papo Gely, Ted Mason; V: Don Peoples.

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