It Came from the Sky

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It Came from the Sky
It Came From The Sky (1999).jpg
It Came From the Sky DVD cover
Directed by Jack Bender
Produced by Ronna Slutske
Written by Jack Bender
Starring John Ritter
JoBeth Williams
Kevin Zegers
Yasmine Bleeth
Christopher Lloyd
Music by Adam Gorgoni
Cinematography Thomas Del Ruth
Edited by Walter Thompson
Distributed by Alliance Entertainment
Release dates
  • May 15, 1999 (1999-05-15)
Running time 92 min.
Country United States
Canada
Language English

It Came From the Sky, also known as Visiteurs impromptus, Les (Canada: French title) was a 1999 made-for-TV movie which was a comedy drama that starred Yasmine Bleeth, John Ritter, Christopher Lloyd and JoBeth Williams.

Plot[edit]

Donald Bridges (John Ritter) and his wife Alice (JoBeth Williams) have a young son, Andy, (Kevin Zegers) who is emotionally disturbed due to a near drowning accident. The parents frequently argue with each other about how to raise their son until they have uninvited houseguests when a plane carrying Jarvis Moody (Christopher Lloyd) and Pepper Upper (Yasmine Bleeth) falls from the sky and crashes right onto their roof.

Jarvis and Pepper are a pair of wealthy eccentrics who give Donald and Alice a lesson in how to enjoy life. The stranded couple force the stressed parents to cope with each other and with their son. Then Andy asks through his artwork to be taken to a special school for children with his type of disorder. All of their lives are changed forever in this warm, offbeat fairytale.

Cast[edit]

Production credits[edit]

  • Jack Bender (Director and Writer)
  • Jack Bender, Thomas Coleman and John Fremes (Executive producers)
  • Ronna Slutske (Producer)
  • Thomas D. Adelman (Co-associate producer)
  • Marc Forby (Associate producer)
  • Vicky Herman (Co-producer)

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