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Rewind ArchiveThe patients in the doctor's waiting room with Jack are played by Andrea Martin and Joe Flaherty, Martin Short's co-stars from "SCTV Channel".
Thanks to Mountain MikeThe movie has a repeated rabbit motif running through it, including Tuck's apartment. See how many you can spot!
Another of the rabbit themes is the scene where Martin Short's nightmare of his register going overboard comes true, causing him to panic, Chuck Jones can be seen standing in line. He says, "at that price, who'd want to?"
Rewind ArchiveTuck and Lydia are shown getting married at a beautiful glass church in the hills (see locations section). Of course, Dennis Quaid and Meg Ryan were married in real life, too!
Thanks to Scott HumeIf the movie were scientifically possible, then Putter would have been extremely uncomfortable having Tuck inside his body. A miniature Tuck would fit but would have the same mass (same number of molecules) as a full-sized Tuck. Therefore, since Earth's gravity remains constant, Tuck would weigh the same as before.
Rewind ArchiveGeek Alert: The computers in the lab display Apple 2 assembly language listing from the ROM monitor.
Rewind ArchiveThe spacecraft is similar to the one in "Explorers", also directed by Joe Dante.
Thanks to Johnney PerkinsRobert Picardo, who plays Cowboy, was also used by Joe Dante in one of his earlier films, "The Howling" (1981) in which Picardo plays Eddie Quist, a warped serial killer werewolf.
Thanks to Jonathan LimThe game show that Martin Short watches is "Scrabble," hosted by Chuck Woolery. It aired on NBC from 1984 to 1990.
Thanks to Phantom Planet / Kaga-EsqueActor Robert Picardo who portrayed the 'Cowboy' is best known for his role as the holographic doctor in Star Trek Voyager. He also played one of the freaky alien siblings in the other Joe Dante film, "Explorers".
Thanks to Stefan AndrewsNot an official fact, but in the UK, Innerspace on VHS is a movie that seems guaranteed to be found in any/every used, second-hand or charity shop etc. Not just one, but multiple copies. I think it was issued to every household for free circa 1989!
There's often fake stuff floating round, y'know? -Like the 'ghost boy' that can allegedly be seen in "Three Men And A Baby".
But, nothing bogus that we know yet for "Innerspace".
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