“Taking Care of Business” quotes

Movie Taking Care of Business
Title Taking Care of Business
Year 1990
Director Arthur Hiller
Genre Comedy, Sport
Plot – On the eve of his release from a Los Angeles prison, whimsical car thief Jimmy Dworsky escapes with a trick to attend the baseball championship game. In a phone booth he finds the agenda and some credit cards of Spencer Barnes, a neurotic advertising executive whose diary records his meticulously organized life. Barnes tries desperately, but in vain, to contact Diane - manager of a major advertising company - and Sakamoto - a prestigious Japanese businessman - with the hasty help of his former classmate Debbie. Meanwhile Dworsky, mistaken for Barnes, gets successfully involved in the executive's business. After many misunderstandings, Barnes and Dworsky meet and become friends, but not before they are both hired with lavish salaries by Mr. Sakamoto. Dworsky returns to prison with a ruse and is immediately afterwards released.
All actors – James Belushi, Charles Grodin, Anne De Salvo, Loryn Locklin, Stephen Elliott, Hector Elizondo, Veronica Hamel, Mako, Gates McFadden, John de Lancie, Thom Sharp, Ken Foree, John Marshall Jones, Andre Rosey Brown, Terrence E. McNally, Lenny Hicks, Joe Bratcher, Burke Byrnes, Tony Auer, Marte Boyle Slout, John P. Menese, Stanley DeSantis, Tommy Morgan Jr., Buddy Daniels, Chris Barnes, Jill Johnson, Tom Nolan, Marjorie Bransfield, Selma Archerd, Joe Lerer, Howie Guma, Elisabeth Barrett, Tom Taglang, Michele Harrell, Stu Nahan, Andrew Amador, Sandra Eng, Louisa Abernathy, Michael McNab, Michael Kinney, Leslie Suzan, Janet Julian, Dan Kern, David Ruprecht, Whit Hertford, Joe Torre, Baldo Dal Ponte, Mark Grace, Bert Blyleven, T. Rodgers, Hank Robinson, Michael Blue, Ron Chenier, Darlene J. Hall, Jacqueline Alexandra Citron, Kristen Amber Citron, Joe Hanna, Troy Martin
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