|Directed by||Bill Couturié|
|Produced by||Rosalie Swedlin
|Screenplay by||David M. Evans|
|Story by||Ken Richards
|Music by||Stephen Endelman|
|Editing by||Robert K. Lambert
Todd E. Miller
|Distributed by||Universal Pictures|
|Release dates||March 15, 1996|
|Running time||94 min.|
Ed is a 1996 comedy film starring Matt LeBlanc. LeBlanc plays Jack "Deuce" Cooper, a talented baseball pitcher. Deuce also finds a friend in a talented ball-playing chimpanzee, who was originally his team's mascot.
The film received overwhelmingly negative reviews and was a box office disappointment. Based on 11 reviews, Ed was given a 0% "rotten" rating according to Rotten Tomatoes.
It received four Razzie Awards nominations for Worst Picture, Worst Screenplay (David M. Evans), and Worst Screen Couple (for LeBlanc and Ed the mechanical chimp), losing all of those categories to Striptease starring Demi Moore. It was also nominated for a Razzie for Worst New Star for LeBlanc, who "lost" to Pamela Anderson in Barb Wire.
- Matt LeBlanc as Deuce Cooper
- Jack Warden as Chubb
- Jayne Brook as Lydia
- Bill Cobbs as Tipton
- Jim Caviezel as Dizzy
- "TV and film producer William Finnegan dies at 80". Los Angeles Times. 2008-12-02. Retrieved 2008-12-28.
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