An updated remake of this 1945 classic, about a single woman who passes herself off as a housewife in the column she writes for a newspaper, when her unknowing editor invites himself and his friend to her fictitious home for Christmas dinner.
Charles Fox - Composer, TV movies and series, film comedies ('60s-'90s)
Arnold Schwarzenegger - Actor/bodybuilder
Dyan Cannon - American Actress
Samille Diane Friesen - American Actress
Diane Cannon - American Actress
Dianne Cannon - American Actress
Kris Kristofferson - Singer/Composer/Actor
Kris Karson - Singer/Composer/Actor
Tony Curtis - American Actor, SOME LIKE IT HOT (1959)
Bernard Schwartz - American Actor, SOME LIKE IT HOT (1959)
Anthony Curtis - American Actor, SOME LIKE IT HOT (1959)
Richard Roundtree - American actor, SHAFT (1971)
Elizabeth Blane's cooking show could use some spicing up -- as the falling ratings indicate. So her producer suggests that Elizabeth host a live program from her Connecticut home. But the telecast will be a sham in a number of ways: the house will be rented, her "family" will be portrayed by friends and co-workers -- and Elizabeth can't even cook! Thrown into the mix is forest ranger Jefferson Jones, who was recently hailed for saving a kid's life, and will be a "houseguest" on the program. Will all of these ingredients make for a successful telecast? Or a recipe for disaster?
Aired originally on TNT April 13, 1992. Directorial debut of Arnold Schwarzenegger. Shot on location in Pasadena, Big Bear and several South California areas by Once Upon a Time Films. Additional cast: Vivian Bonnell; David Arnott; Toni Attell; Jenee Bandler; Bob Braun; Judy Forrester; Wendle Josepher; Peter H. Kent; Robert Machray; Michael Potter; George Putnam and Mary Watson.