TV child star of the ’70s, Dickie Roberts is now 35 and parking cars. Craving to regain the spotlight, he auditions for a role of a normal guy, but the director quickly sees he is anything but normal. Desperate to win the part, Dickie hires a family to help him replay his childhood and assume the identity of an average, everyday kid.
Tagline:50 million people used to watch him on TV. Now he washes their cars.
Cast:Adam Rich, Alan Blumenfeld, Alexander D. Slanger, Alyssa Milano, Ambyr Childers, Ashley Edner, Barry Livingston, Bobby Slayton, Brandon de Paul, Brendan Fraser, Brian Clark, Butch Patrick, Charlene Tilton, Christopher Johnson, Christopher Knights, Colin Ryan, Corey Feldman, Corey Haim, Craig Bierko, Danny Bonaduce, David Spade, Dick Van Patten, Doris Roberts, Dustin Diamond, Eddie Mekka, Edie McClurg, Emily Harrison, Emmanuel Lewis, Erin Moran, Erin Murphy, Ernest Lee Thomas, Evan Lee Dahl, Florence Henderson, Fred Berry, Fred Wolf, Gary Coleman, Hal Sparks, Haywood Nelson, Ian Gomez, Jake Chapman, Jann Carl, Jay North, Jeff Conaway, Jenna Boyd, Jeremy Miller, Jesse Rutherford, Joey Diaz, John Farley, John Kirk, Jon Lovitz, Jonathan Loughran, Kathleen Randazzo, Kevin Farley, Kevin Grevioux, Leif Garrett, Lindsey Dann, Lisa Joyner, M. Blair Breard, Marion Ross, Mary McCormack, Maureen McCormick, Meghan Faye Gallagher, Michael Buffer, Michael McDonald, Michelle Ruben, Mike Lookinland, Miko C. Brando, Mindy Burbano, Nancy Pimental, Nicholas Schwerin, Oliver Kindred, Patrick Thomas O’Brien, Paul Petersen, Peggy Mannix, Peter Dante, Rachel Dratch, Retta, Rob Elk, Rob Reiner, Rodney Allen Rippy, Ron Palillo, Sasha Mitchell, Scott Terra, Sergei Virovlianski, Spencer Garrett, Todd Bridges, Tom Arnold, Tony Dow, Valerie Perrine, Willie Aames, Wyatt Smith