|Release Date:||Feb 1991|
|Genres||Comedy / Drama / Fantasy / Romance|
|Cast:||Steve Martin(Harris K. Telemacher), Victoria Tennant(Sara McDowel), Richard E. Grant(Roland Mackey), Marilu Henner(Trudi), Sarah Jessica Parker(SanDeE*), Susan Forristal(Ariel), Kevin Pollak(Frank Swan), Sam McMurray(Morris Frost), Patrick Stewart(Mr. Perdue, Maitre D' at...), Andrew Amador(Bob, News Anchor), Gail Grate(Gail, News Anchor), Eddie De Harp(Maitre D' at Brunch (as Eddie...), M.C. Shan(Rap Waiter at L'Idiot), Frances Fisher(June), Iman(Cynthia), Tommy Hinkley(Ted), Larry Miller(Tom), Anne Crawford(Sharon), Samantha McCoy(Sheila), Thornton Simmons(Man), Dennis Dragon(Crook), Richard Stahl(Bank Executive), Aaron Lustig(Boring Speaker), Julianna McCarthy(Woman (as Juliana McCarthy)), Time Winters(Floss Waiter at L'Idiot), Pierre Epstein(Chef), Wesley Thompson(Jesse), George Plimpton(Straight Weatherman), David Glyn Price(Pilot (as David G. Price)), Wesley Mann(Tony, Gas Station Attendant), Mark Steen(Tod PA), Jaime Gomez(Tod PA), Amy Wallace(Tod PA), Cheryl Baker(Changing Room Woman), May Boss(Old Woman (as Mary R. Boss)), Scott Johnston(Co-Pilot), Robert Lind(Chainsaw Juggler), Tony Marsico(Hard Rock Patron), Burt Macke(Cameraman (as Burt Nacke)), Mary Pedersen(Airline Ticket Agent), Matt Stetson(Spokesmodel Teacher), John Lithgow(Harry Zell), Brian Banowetz(Bellman (uncredited)), Sean Michael Beyer(Parking Valet (uncredited)), Michael E. Burgess(Waiter (uncredited)), Chevy Chase(Carlo Christopher), Woody Harrelson(Harris' Boss (uncredited)), Terry Jones(Sara's Mother), Rick Moranis(Gravedigger (uncredited)), Robert Picardo(Voicephone (voice) (uncredited)),|
Harris K Telemacher is a 'wacky weekend weatherman' for a local Los Angeles television station who is searching for meaning in his otherwise cliche ridden Los Angeles life. With the help of an insightful and talkative Freeway sign, Harris embarks on a journey through Los Angeles in pursuit of Sarah, an English reporter who has been sent to the City of Angels to research an article for the London Times.