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The Opposite Sex and How to Live with Them

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Directed by  Matthew Meshekoff
Music by  Ira Newborn
Director  Matthew Meshekoff
Screenplay  Noah Stern
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Written by  Noah Stern
Cinematography  Jacek Laskus
Box office  690,966 USD
Music director  Ira Newborn
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Produced by  Stanley M. Brooks Robert F. Newmyer
Starring  Arye Gross Courteney Cox Kevin Pollak Julie Brown
Initial release  26 November 1992 (Germany)
Cast  Courteney Cox, Arye Gross, Kevin Pollak, Julie Brown, Mitchell Ryan
Similar  Courteney Cox movies, Romantic comedies

The opposite sex and how to live with them 1992


The Opposite Sex and How to Live with Them is a 1993 American comedy film directed by Matthew Meshekoff and written by Noah Stern. The film stars Arye Gross, Courteney Cox, Kevin Pollak, Julie Brown, Mitchell Ryan and Mitzi McCall. The film was released on March 26, 1993, by Miramax Films.

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The opposite sex and how to live with them trailer


Cast

  • Arye Gross as David Crown
  • Courteney Cox as Carrie Davenport
  • Kevin Pollak as Eli
  • Julie Brown as Zoe
  • Mitchell Ryan as Kenneth Davenport
  • Mitzi McCall as Freida Crown
  • B. J. Ward as Giselle Davenport
  • Philip Bruns as Irv Crown
  • Jack Carter as Rabbi
  • Tess Foltyn as Hanna
  • David DeCastro as Beer Vendor
  • Donald Brown as Crackerjack Vendor
  • Aaron Lustig as Movie Bully
  • Connie Sawyer as Waitress from Hell
  • Steven Brill as George / French TV Announcer
  • Davis Guggenheim as Pitcher
  • Craig Alan Edwards as 1st Baseman
  • Rob Youngblood as Adam
  • John DeMita as Chipper
  • Lisa Waltz as Lizbeth
  • Kimberlin Brown as Leeza
  • Kevin West as Tour Guide
  • Justin Shenkarow as Buddy
  • Mindy Mittleman as Cindy
  • Jensen Daggett as Cheerleader
  • Amanda Foreman as Waitress
  • Kimber Sissons as Tracy
  • Larry Poindexter as Carrie's Date
  • Frank Birney as Priest
  • Johnny Most as Basketball Announcer
  • References

    The Opposite Sex and How to Live with Them Wikipedia


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