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Dean Jacobson est un acteur américain.

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Filmography of Dean Jacobson (5 films)

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Junior (1994)
, 1h49
Directed by Ivan Reitman
Origin USA
Genres Science fiction, Comedy, Romance
Themes Pregnancy films, Medical-themed films, Films about sexuality, Comedy science fiction films
Actors Arnold Schwarzenegger, Danny DeVito, Emma Thompson, Frank Langella, Pamela Reed, Aida Turturro
Roles Turkel
Rating46% 2.3030852.3030852.3030852.3030852.303085
Austrian Research geneticist Dr. Alex Hesse (Arnold Schwarzenegger) has a nightmare about infants urinating in a library. In the real world, he and his colleague Dr. Larry Arbogast (Danny DeVito), an obstetrician and gynecologist, have invented a fertility drug, "Expectane", that is supposed to reduce the chances of a woman's body rejecting an embryo and thus prevent a miscarriage. Unfortunately, they are not allowed to test it on women since the Food and Drug Administration has not yet approved the drug; so Hesse and Arbogast move forward in their research. In response, Hesse breaks into the laboratory and locks himself in. The head of the review board, Noah Banes (Frank Langella), informs Arbogast that while the FDA has denied their team the right of human experimentation, the team has managed to receive a donation from fellow geneticist Dr. Diana Reddin (Emma Thompson) from the ovum cryogenics department. When Hesse questions the chances of a woman taking an unapproved drug during pregnancy, Arbogast reveals that there is no need to identify the gender of the experiment and convinces Hesse to impregnate himself, using an ovum codenamed "Junior".
Child's Play 3, 1h26
Directed by Jack Bender
Origin USA
Genres Thriller, Action, Horror, Slasher
Themes Films about children, Jeu, Child's Play (film series), Serial killer films, Films about toys, Comedy horror films
Actors Justin Whalin, Perrey Reeves, Brad Dourif, Andrew Robinson, Peter Haskell, Dean Jacobson
Roles Harold Aubrey Whitehurst
Rating51% 2.55842.55842.55842.55842.5584
Eight years after the events of Child's Play 2, The Play Pals (Good Guys) has recovered from bad publicity arising from Chucky's (Brad Dourif) murder spree. The company releases a new line of Good Guy dolls and recycles Chucky's remains. However, the soul of serial killer Charles Lee Ray still inhabits the remains, and Chucky is soon revived. Chucky is unwittingly given to Play Pals' CEO Mr. Sullivan, whom Chucky tortures and kills using various instruments. He then uses computer records to relocate Andy Barclay (Justin Whalin).
Coupe de Ville, 1h39
Directed by Joe Roth
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Comedy, Comedy-drama
Themes Transport films, Films about automobiles, Road movies, Buddy films
Actors Patrick Dempsey, Arye Gross, Daniel Stern, Alan Arkin, Annabeth Gish, Joseph Bologna
Roles Marvin (jeune)
Rating67% 3.3961653.3961653.3961653.3961653.396165
Meet the Libner brothers: Marvin (Daniel Stern), the oldest, is a sergeant in the U.S. Air Force. Buddy (Arye Gross), the middle child, is a timid dreamer. Bobby (Patrick Dempsey), the youngest, is a handsome rebel in reform school. As kids, they fought a lot and as adults, they barely speak to each other. In the summer of 1963, their tough and eccentric father, Fred (Alan Arkin), gives them a task: to bring a 1954 Cadillac, bought for their mother, Betty (Rita Taggart), from Detroit to Miami. As the trip goes on, the three brothers fight and begin to reconnect with each other, while trying to keep the Caddy in mint condition.
Lobster Man from Mars, 1h22
Directed by Stanley Sheff
Origin USA
Genres Science fiction, Comedy, Comic science fiction
Themes Space adventure films, Mars in film, Comedy science fiction films, Martiens, Comedy horror films, Space opera, Films about extraterrestrial life
Actors Tony Curtis, Patrick Macnee, Deborah Foreman, Dean Jacobson, Anthony Hickox, Philip Proctor
Roles Stevie Horowitz
Rating55% 2.760362.760362.760362.760362.76036
Young filmmaker Stevie Horowitz (Dean Jacobson) eagerly awaits a meeting with big shot Hollywood film producer J.P. Shelldrake (Tony Curtis). Shelldrake has been desperately searching for a way to avoid problems with the IRS and unpaid millions owed them in back taxes. His brilliant yet overpaid accountant (Phil Proctor) devises a scheme to allow the producer to write off the expenses of his next movie release, but only if the film is a box office flop. Armed with his foolproof plan, Shelldrake agrees to meet with Stevie and screen his film "Lobster Man From Mars" (financed by Stevie's jailed con man Uncle Joey). The plot resembles the premise of The Producers by Mel Brooks.


Public Access, 1h30
Directed by Bryan Singer
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Thriller
Themes Films about television
Actors Margaret Kerry, Brandon Boyce, Christopher McQuarrie
Roles Casting
Rating53% 2.658992.658992.658992.658992.65899
A clean-cut drifter ends up in a small town called Brewster. Getting wind of the local public-access television cable TV station, the man decides to host his own show called Our Town, which becomes a focal point for town citizens to call in and voice their problems anonymously. However, things start to get ugly and tensions rise for the show, which begins to elevate the man's signature catchphrase "What's wrong with Brewster?" into an entirely new subject for the people of Brewster, when the town becomes embroiled in a mess it has created, driven by a man whose intentions might be far more sinister than he appears to be.