Great ORIGINAL Mint UNUSED set of 8 color 8" x 10"? Lobby Cards, for the 1985 Comedy Science-Fiction Romance,


An eccentric scientist teaches a student in his own manner while he looks for a way to clone his deceased wife.

Dr. Harry Wolper is a character. First he steals Boris, a new student assistant by promising him a co-ed's phone number. Then he hijacks new high tech equipment for his own research, confusing the other university researchers who can't see "the big picture." Harry has a plan, he wants to clone his dead wife, but first he needs an egg and a host. He mounts his search by stapling notices to every telephone pole in town from his bike, which is how he meets Mili. As the year progresses, he sees Boris' romance follow the same pattern as his own, twenty-five years ago.

Director: Ivan Passer

Writers: Jeremy Leven (novel), Jeremy Leven (screenplay)

Stars: Peter O'Toole, Mariel Hemingway, Vincent Spano


Peter O'Toole ... Dr. Harry Wolper
Mariel Hemingway ... Meli
Vincent Spano ... Boris Lafkin
Virginia Madsen ... Barbara Spencer
David Ogden Stiers ... Dr. Sid Kullenbeck
John Dehner ... Paul
Karen Kopins ... Lucy Wolper
Kenneth Tigar ... Pavlo
Elsa Raven ... Mrs. Mallory
Lee Kessler ... Mrs. Pruitt
Rance Howard ... Mr. Spencer
Ellen Geer ... Mrs. Spencer
Ian Wolfe ... Prof. Brauer
Mike Jolly ... Boom-Boom
Burton Collins ... Lyman

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MORE INFON ON VINCENT SPANO: Born in Brooklyn in 1962, he developed an interest in acting at a young age and was pursuing it professionally by age 14. A year later, he earned a co-starring role in the play "The Shadow Box" and a minor role in the movie The Double McGuffin (1979) came two years after that.

At age 18, Spano was cast in The Black Stallion Returns after a long and intense audition process (which involved proving that the NYC boy could ride a horse). With this film, he was welcomed into Francis Coppola's Zoetrope family who produced the film. Directly following the profound and exciting experience in which he spent six months out of the country shooting in Italy, Morocco and Algeria, Spano returned home for what many consider to be his "big break" - the role of "The Sheik" in John Sayles' Italian-Catholic-boy-meets-Jewish-girl romance, Baby It's You. After the films' success, he was thrilled to have the opportunity once again to work with one of his favorite directors, Francis Coppola, in the role of Steve in Rumblefish. In less than a year, Spano had put three major films in the can and had certainly established his career as a "serious" film actor. To date, Spano has acted in more than 40 theatrical and television films and has made memorable guest appearances in some of the best shows on television.

Spano has won several awards for his work over the years and was nominated as Best Actor for Cable's ACE Award for his role as "baby mafia" economic powerhouse Marc Ciuni in Showtime's Blood Ties. Spano was one of the youngest honorees at the Lake Arrowhead film festival, joining the ranks other noted honorees including; Joe Mantegna, Kirk Douglas, and Gena Rowlands. He continues to be recognized in Italy receiving multiple awards alongside great actors like Giancarlo Giannini & Joe Pesci.


Raised in Ketchum, Idaho; Los Angeles, Calif.; and New York City.

Mother, with Stephen Crisman, of Dree Hemingway (born December 4, 1987) and Langley Fox (born August 22, 1989).

Her first role was together with her sister Margaux in the movie Lipstick (1976), for which she was nominated as "Best Newcomer" for the Golden Globe Awards.

Granddaughter of Ernest Hemingway and Elizabeth Hadley Richardson. Younger sister of Margaux Hemingway, born in 1955, and Joan Hemingway ("Muffet"), born in 1950.

She appeared in the music video and sang in the choir on the song "Voices That Care."

Named after a Cuban fishing village that was a favorite of her father and grandfather.

Is portrayed by Chandra West in Love and Betrayal: The Mia Farrow Story (1995) (TV)

Was the first actress to ever appear nude on "Tales from the Crypt" (1989).

Daughter of Jack Hemingway and Byra Louise Whittlesey ("Puck").

Sister of Margaux Hemingway who died in 1996 when she committed suicide by lethal drug overdose.

Was the runner-up to Jodie Foster for the part of Iris Steensma in Martin Scorsese's Taxi Driver (1976).

Auditioned for the leading role in Basic Instinct (1992), but lost out to actress Sharon Stone.

Turned down the lead role in Splash (1984), which went to Daryl Hannah.

Signed environmental activist Tom Weis' open letter calling on President Obama and Governor Romney to withdraw their support for the Keystone XL pipeline. Other signatories included climate scientist James Hansen and actors Daryl Hannah and Sheryl Lee. [September 2012]

MORE INFO ON PETER O'TOOLE: A leading man of prodigious talents, Irish-born Peter O'Toole was raised in Leeds, England, the son of a bookie. As a boy, he decided to become a journalist, beginning as a newspaper copy boy. Although he succeeded in becoming a reporter, he discovered the theater and made his stage debut at 17. He served as a radioman in the Royal Navy for two years, then attended the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts, where his classmates included Albert Finney, Alan Bates and Richard Harris. He spent several years on-stage at the Bristol Old Vic, then made an inconspicuous film debut in 1960. In 1962, O'Toole was chosen by David Lean to play T.E. Lawrence in Lean's masterpiece, Lawrence of Arabia (1962). The part made O'Toole an international superstar. He continued successfully in artistically rich films as well as less artistic but commercially rewarding projects. He received Academy Award nominations (but no Oscar) for seven different films. However, medical problems (originally thought to have been brought on by his drinking but which turned out to be stomach cancer) threatened to destroy his career and life in the 1970s. He survived by giving up alcohol and, after serious medical treatment, returned to films with triumphant performances in The Stunt Man (1980) and My Favorite Year (1982). His youthful beauty lost to time and drink, O'Toole has found meaningful roles increasingly difficult to come by, though he remains one of the greatest actors of his generation. He has two daughters, Pat and Kate O'Toole, from his marriage to actress Si"n Phillips. He also has a son, Lorcan O'Toole, by model Karen Brown. He partnered with Jules Buck in "Keep Productions".

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