Martians Go Home (film)
|Martians Go Home|
|Directed by||David Odell|
|Written by||Charles S. Haas (screenplay)
Fredric Brown (novel)
|Music by||Allan Zavod|
|Editing by||Kathryn Campbell|
|Release dates||20 April 1990 (USA)|
|Running time||89 minutes|
|Box office||$129,778 (USA)|
Quaid plays a song writer who accidentally invites a billion Martians (all portrayed by stand-up comedians from the late eighties and early nineties) to planet Earth.
These Martians become a nuisance to the planet by constantly playing practical jokes and refusing to allow anyone to get away with lying or deception of any kind.
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