Filmography

1990 - Opportunity Knocks

Con men Eddie Farrell (Carvey) and Lou Pesquino (Todd Graff) need cash fast and pretend to be repair men sent to fix a gas leak. The con fails, but they escape.
Eddie and Lou find an empty house that they decide to burglarize. When they learn from a message on the answering machine that the owner is out of the country and the man who was going to house-sit can't make it, they spend the night.
The next day, Eddie and Lou are on the run from thugs sent by local gangster Sal Nichols (James Tolkan), to whom they owe money. After they find themselves separated, Eddie takes refuge in the empty house.
In the morning, Eddie walks out of the shower and meets Mona Malkin (Doris Belack), whose son owns the house. She assumes Eddie is her son's friend Jonathan Albertson, the one supposed to house-sit. Eddie plays along, meeting Mona's businessman husband Milt (Robert Loggia), who offers him a job.
Eddie decides to run a "love con" on Milt's daughter Annie (Julia Campbell) in order to gain access to Milt's money. However, Lou is captured by Nichols.
Eddie and his aunt and uncle (Milo O'Shea and Sally Gracie) conspire to get Nichols off their backs for good. Along the way, Eddie falls in love with Annie.

In the background you hear Tina Turner sing “Not enough romance".

Director: Donald Petrie
Written By: Michel Katlin, Nat Bernstein, Mitchel Katlin1990 - Opportunity Knocks
Chuck Williams

Running Time: 102 Minutes

Cast:
Dana Carvey as Eddie Farrell
Robert Loggia as Milt Malkin
Todd Graff as Lou Pesquino
Julia Campbell as Dr. Annie Malkin
Milo O'Shea as Max
James Tolkan as Sal Nichols
Doris Belack as Mona Malkin
Sally Gracie as Connie
Mike Bacarella as Pinkie
John M. Watson, Sr. as Harold Monroe
Beatrice Fredman as Bubbie
Thomas McElroy as Men's Room Attendant
Gene Honda as Japanese Businessman
Del Close as Williamson
Michelle Johnston as Club Singer
Lorna Raver as Eddie's Secretary
Judith Scott as Milt's Secretary

2013 - 20 Feet from Stardom
2007 - Video Biography
2006 - Flushed Away
2005 - Oprah Winfrey's Legends Ball
2005 - Kennedy Center Honors
2005 - All the invisible children
2003 - Brother Bear
2003 - Janis et John
2003 - Ike and Tina Turner EP
2002 - It's Black Entertainment
2001 - Black Entertainment - A Celebration of Black Music
2000 - Ally McBeal Show
2000 - Playboy: The Party Continues
1995 - The history of Rock 'N'Roll, Vol. 1
1995 - Goldeneye
1993 - Who's Tommy, the Amazing Journey
1993 - Last Action Hero
1993 - What's Love Got to Do with It
1992 - The Grand Opening of Euro Disney
1992 - Peter’s Friends
1991 - Two Rooms
1990 - Opportunity Knocks
1990 - Days of Thunder
1989 - Hysteria 2
1988 - Bull Durham
1987 - Zabou, The Crack Connection
1986 - Iron Eagle
1986 - Women in Rock
1985 - Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome
1984 - Miami Vice
1984 - That Was Rock
1982 - Summer Lovers
1978 - Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band
1976 - All this and World war 2
1976 - All you need is love, the story of popular music
1975 - Tommy
1973 - Superstars in Concert, Sound of the City
1972 - Cocksucker Blues
1971 - Soul to Soul
1971 - Taking Off
1970 - It's Your Thing
1970 - Gimme Shelter

 

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