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Loverboy Trivia

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... The "Love doctor of Beverly Hills" with Kirstie Alley...
Trivia, fun facts and more for the 1989 Romantic Comedy movie starring Patrick Dempsey, Kirstie Alley, Carrie Fisher et al.
Contributed by: Janene_machine
This plot is similar to "In the Mood," another movie from the same year starring Patrick Dempsey as a 15 year-old kid who falls in love and runs off with older women.
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Patrick Dempsey's next movie was "Happy Together" in 1989.
Contributed by: Emily
The character, Tony, is played by Rob Camilletti, who was involved with pop icon Cher, she often sites him as the love of her life.
Contributed by: Andrew Pill
Rebecca Holden features (albeit briefly) in this film, she also played April Curtis in "Knight Rider".
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Writer Robin Schiff also wrote "Romy and Michelle's High School Reunion" in 1997.
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Loverboy grossed $3.96m in theatrical release in the USA.
Contributed by: Raj
Dylan Walsh, who played Jory Talbot (Dempsey's enemy in the film who is trying to steal his girlfried) is now best known for his role as Dr. Sean McNamara on "Nip/Tuck".
Contributed by: Nicole Pikey
When Randy shows up at a beautifully bikini-clad woman's home and is surprised to find that "extra anchovies" were in fact requested by her two children, the two kids are real-life brother and sister Sir (yes, that is his real first name) and Bonnie Rodeheaver. You may recognize Sir from the infamous 80's Pepsi commercial starring Cindy Crawford... that adorably freckle-faced boy who fell in love with "just one look". I lived up the street from the Rodeheavers and Sir was actually my first boyfriend! We were 10 and 12 years old of course. Sir appeared in many commercials, as did his older sister Cheryl, my grade-school best friend.
Incorrect Trivia
What follows are trivia items we now believe are bogus. Some of them will have explanations, some will not. We just leave 'em in for interest, really.
Myth: The original title of the film was "The Woo-Woo Kid".

Fact: "The Woo-Woo Kid" was a different movie. This is just confusion caused by their similar themes.