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Milk Money

Promotional poster
Directed by Richard Benjamin
Produced by Kathleen Kennedy
Frank Marshall
Michael Finnell
Written by John Mattson
Starring Melanie Griffith
Ed Harris
Malcolm McDowell
Anne Heche
Music by Michael Convertino
Cinematography David Watkin
Studio Kennedy/Marshall
Distributed by Paramount Pictures
Release date(s) August 31, 1994
Country United States
Language English

Milk Money is a 1994 romantic comedy film about three suburban 11-year-old boys who find themselves behind in "the battle of the sexes," believe they would regain the upper hand if they could just see a real, live naked lady.

The film was shot in Pittsburgh, PA, Brooklyn, NY, Cincinnati and Lebanon, Ohio. The story is set in a fictitious suburb named "Middleton," outside an unnamed city. The city Middletown exists as a suburb of Cincinnati. The screenplay sold to Paramount Pictures (which once owned Kings Island in Cincinnati) in 1992 for 1.1 million dollars, then a record for a romantic comedy spec script.[1]'.

Future Boston Red Sox All Star first baseman Kevin Youkilis appears in the film as a 14-year-old extra, and even has a line in the film.[1]

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Reception

The film was ultimately panned by critics and was a box office disappointment with moviegoers. It was nominated for one Razzie Award, Worst Screenplay.

Main cast

Actor Role
Melanie Griffith V
Ed Harris Tom Wheeler
Michael Patrick Carter Frank Wheeler
Malcolm McDowell Waltzer
Anne Heche Betty
Philip Bosco Jerry the Pope
Casey Siemaszko Cash
Brian Christopher Kevin Clean
Adam LaVorgna Brad
Margaret Nagle Mrs. Fetch
Kevin Scannell Mr. Clean
Katie Powell Mrs. Clean

DVD Release

Milk Money was released on DVD on September 9, 2003. The film was presented in anamorphic widescreen in its original 1.85:1 aspect ratio.

  • Features:
    • Features Not Specified
  • Video:
    • Widescreen 1.85:1 Color (Anamorphic)
  • Subtitles:
    • English
  • Audio:
    • ENGLISH: Dolby Digital 5.1 [CC]
    • ENGLISH: Dolby Digital Surround [CC]

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