|And You Thought Your Parents Were Weird|
|Directed by||Tony Cookson|
|Produced by||Just Betzer|
|Written by||Tony Cookson|
Joshua John Miller
|Music by||Randy Miller|
|Edited by||Michael D. Ornstein|
|Distributed by||Trimark Pictures|
|November 15, 1991|
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Two boys, Joshua (Joshua John Miller) and Max (Edan Gross) attempt to invent a fully mobile robot with advanced artificial intelligence to help their mother, Sarah (Marcia Strassman) with household chores. However, after a playfully performed séance on Halloween, the ghost of their late father, Matthew (Alan Thicke), possesses the robot. The boys are overjoyed at the return of their father, but it soon becomes apparent that the people who stole their father's work are after their robot, Newman. Eventually, Matthew returns to the afterlife after setting his boys on the right path as they sell the plans for their robot to a rich Texan investor.
The film features the song; 'Love Breaks the Rules' written by John W. Daniel and sung by Jane Barnett and Larry Hoppen.
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