|Directed by||Susan Seidelman|
|Produced by||Laurence Mark|
|Written by||Nora Ephron
|Music by||Thomas Newman|
|Edited by||Andrew Mondshein|
|Distributed by||Lorimar Productions
Warner Bros. Pictures
|Box office||191,940 admissions (France)|
Cookie Voltecki (Emily Lloyd) is the illegitimate daughter of mobster Dino Capisco (Peter Falk), who has just finished thirteen years in prison. Since being released from jail, all that Dino wants is to settle some old scores, and make up for lost time with his daughter.
Cookie's mother, Lenore Voltecki (Dianne Wiest), has been Dino's longtime mistress. Dino's actual wife Bunny (Brenda Vaccaro) has, he thinks, been kept in the dark about Dino's mistress and his daughter. Dino decides that the best way to get to know Cookie is to hire her as his chauffeur. With her ears to the conspiracies floating around Dino, she quickly discovers that her father's old crony, Carmine (Michael V. Gazzo), has been swindling him and that Dino's life is in jeopardy.
- Peter Falk - Dominick "Dino" Capisco
- Dianne Wiest Lenore Voltecki
- Emily Lloyd - Carmela "Cookie" Voltecki
- Michael V. Gazzo - Carmine
- Brenda Vaccaro - Bunny Capisco
- Adrian Pasdar - Vito
- Lionel Stander - Enzo Della Testa
- Jerry Lewis - Arnold Ross
- Bob Gunton - Richie Segretto
- Joe Mantello - Dominick
- Ricki Lake - Pia
- Joy Behar - Dottie
The film received negative reviews from critics upon its release and has 18% on Rotten Tomatoes.
Warner Archives released the film on made to order DVD in the United States on May 4, 2010.
- Jerry Lewis films French box office information at Box Office Story
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