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Home Alone 2: Lost in New York
Macaulay Culkin and Joe Pesci




Overview -
Kevin finds himself once again alone, this time in the big apple. The wet bandits have escaped from jail and, after a few more rounds with Kevin, probably would have been safer in jail.

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Overview

Kevin finds himself once again alone, this time in the big apple. The wet bandits have escaped from jail and, after a few more rounds with Kevin, probably would have been safer in jail.

Main Cast & Crew

Chris Columbus - Director
Macaulay Culkin
Joe Pesci
Daniel Stern
Catherine O'Hara
John Heard
Devin Ratray
Tim Curry
Brenda Fricker
Eddie Bracken
Gerry Bamman

 

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DVD Format
  • Format: DVD (25th Anniversary Edition)
  • Run Time: 120
  • Color Format: Color
  • UPC: 024543152569
  • Genre: Comedy
  • Rating: PG (MPAA)
  • Release Date: October 1999

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Movies > Comedies

Related Keywords:
Holiday
Thieves
Family Interaction
Kids Adventure
Scams And Cons
Children
Christmas
Theatrical Release
Family (General)

 

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Synopsis:
It's Christmas time again, and the McCallisters are off on another vacation. But Kevin wanders off at the airport, and while the family make it to Florida as planned, he gets on a plane bound for New York City. Once there, he turns the city into his personal playground, as he checks into the Plaza, befriends a toy-store owner, and once again battles burglars Harry and Marv.

Notes:
Harry Lime (Lyme) is also the name of the character that Orson Welles played in "The Third Man". Filmed in Los Angeles and on location in Chicago and New York City. Shooting began December 9, 1991; completed May 6, 1992. Color by Kodak. Film uses clips from "How the Grinch Stole Christmas" and "It's a Wonderful Life."

Reviews:
"...The mood is as buoyant as it was the first time..." - 11/20/1992 New York Times, p.C1

 

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