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Rosalie Goes Shopping (1989)

PG | | Comedy | May 1990 (USA)
A kindly but thieving shopaholic tries to turn her mistakes around, but does so by becoming a skilled computer hacker, something that could only get her into more trouble despite her goal to impress her beloved family.

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
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Rosalie Greenspace
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Ray 'Liebling' Greenspace
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The Priest
Erika Blumberger ...
Rosalie's Mother
Willy Harlander ...
Rosalie's Father
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Schnucki Greenspace
Patricia Zehentmayr ...
Barbara Greenspace
Courtney Kraus ...
April
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Schatzi Greenspace
Lisa Fitzhugh ...
Greenspace Twin
Lori Fitzhugh ...
Greenspace Twin
David Denney ...
Kindi Greenspace
Dina Chandel ...
Herzi Greenspace
Ed Geldart ...
Burt
John William Galt ...
Bank President
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Storyline

Rosalie loves to shop too much to let a little thing like no money stop her. When the local shopkeepers no longer take her bad checks or bad credit cards, she's reduced to stealing from one family member to buy presents for others. It's looking pretty bleak until her daughter pushes her into buying a 'guilt gift' of a PC, complete with modem. Master shopper becomes master hacker, and Rosalie is back on top. Written by BA Jacobson <pcfe2151@cybercom.net>

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When You're $100,000 In Debt, It's Your Problem. When You're $1,000,000 In Debt... It's The Bank's.

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May 1990 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Rosalie Vai às Compras  »

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$574,080 (USA)
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1.66 : 1
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Percy Adlon's third collaboration with Marianne Sägebrecht after Zuckerbaby (1985) and Bagdad Cafe (1987). See more »


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Written by Bob Telson
Performed by Jim Lauderdale courtesy of Epic Records
Copyright 1989 by Boodle Music
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Starts off good but goes down hill
2 February 2003 | by (Virginia, USA) – See all my reviews

It was delightfully quirky for the first half hour or so, reminiscent of John Waters, without the grossness or the sex. But it got dull thereafter--never as funny as it should have been--and dwindled to an ending that was so non-climactic, they had to intersperse it between the credits so you'd know it was over. Too bad, because the first part showed a lot of promise. Still, worth seeing if you're in the mood.


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